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CedarBridge Academy 2017-18 Year in Review

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Over the summer holidays Young Observer has been featuring highlights from our senior schools school year 2017-18.

This week we conclude the series by saluting CedarBridge Academy.

Proud students: CedarBridge Academy Class of 2018
You get out what you put in: CedarBridge Academy launched a successful Horticultural Programme
Eating their work: students enjoying a taste of their own fresh produce at Marcus' restaurant from the school's Horticulture Programme
CedarBridge Academy staff support Breast Cancer Awareness. Other initiatives included a two-mile walk
One of the gazebos designed and built by CedarBridge Academy students for the Ag Show
Musical interlude: Prefect Induction Ceremony at the Ruth Seaton James Centre for Performing Arts
Job plans: firefighters give a demonstration at the annual careers fair
Perfect partnership: Mr and Mrs CedarBridge 2018
Students work exhibited at the Bermuda Society of Arts. Work from art, photography, textile and robotics classes was included
CedarBridge Academy student athletes had the opportunity to meet retired sprinter Usain Bolt at the National Sports Centre
CedarBridge Academy students attend Virtual Enterprise International Conference. S4 student Tomiko Douglas won the Global Business Challenge during the conference

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Published September 06, 2018 at 9:00 am (Updated September 06, 2018 at 8:22 am)

CedarBridge Academy 2017-18 Year in Review

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