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NGHS Paddles Up!

NGHS Paddles Up!

On Saturday 13th October 2018, Naparima Girls’ High School participated in the 13th Chinese Bicentennial Dragon Boat Regatta held at Chaguaramas. The NGHS PENDRAGONS competed in the 200m Under 16 Female Small Crew Race along with three other competing schools; SJC POS Wave Breakers, SJC SF Drakainas and Barataria SS […]

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National Technology Education Caravan 2018

National Technology Education Caravan 2018

Products designed and created by twenty-four (24) NGHS students were highlighted at the Ceremony for the National Technology Education Caravan 2018. They received an award for Outstanding Products for Challenge 2. Twenty-five (25) secondary schools around the country came together on Wednesday 27th June 2018 at the Rudranath Capildeo Learning […]

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NGHS places in the top 3 at the IMechE Design and Build Competition

On Saturday 13th October, four Lower Six students, Karissa Sonoo, Reyan Sarabjit, Preeya Moonilal and Suraiyah Baksh, took part in The Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) – Pan Caribbean Group’s Design and Build Competition. The challenge involved designing and building a self propelled vehicle using various household materials that were […]

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NGHS Youth Innovators (Update)

NGHS Youth Innovators (Update)

UPDATE: Congratulations to the N.G.H.S. Team, “All FAQ’s” comprising of: Farzanah Rahaman, Chelsea Seuradge, Veronique Andrews and Sydney Lutchmansingh, on being selected as one of the top 10 finalists in the CARIRI “Young Innovators Mobile App Competition”. Also assisting the team with research, development and marketing of their app for […]

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Caitlyn Look Fong swims her way to the top!

Caitlyn Look Fong swims her way to the top!

Caitlyn Look Fong has been swimming since the age of seven. She began swimming competitively at the age of nine, which gave her the opportunity to now enter competitions at a national level. Since then she has entered numerous competitions at that level. Caitlyn participates in all strokes of the […]

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From left to right: Shivika Maharaj, Victoria Dookoo, Mikah Stroude, Ravishta Lutchman

Gold and Silver Awards at Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018

Three of our students received top awards in the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition. This prestigious competition started in 1883 and is deemed to be the world’s oldest schools’ international writing competition. This year, there were over 12,000 entries from young writers across the Commonwealth. Four of the students have been recognized […]

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Eco Fair at NGHS Walkathon 2018

Eco Fair at NGHS Walkathon 2018

Today’s school walkathon featured an added attraction of an Eco Fair. Parents and students were invited to view displays, play games and learn about habitats and animals from four environmentally passionate groups in Trinidad and Tobago; The E.M.A, Forestry Division, Adopt A River and the Emperor Valley Zoo. Having just […]

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JA Trinidad & Tobago: The NGHS Experience

JA Trinidad & Tobago: The NGHS Experience

JA Trinidad and Tobago is a non-profit organisation which seeks to prepare and inspire young people to succeed in our competitive, global economy. As the appointed JA teacher of Naparima Girls’ High School for the academic year 2017/2018, I (Ms. Crystal Bastien) had the privilege of accompanying students to JA […]

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In remembrance of Mrs. Esther Harnarayan

In remembrance of Mrs. Esther Harnarayan

Naparima Girls’ High School extends condolences to the Harnarayan family on the passing of Mrs. Esther Harnarayan. Mrs. Harnarayan was a past student of Naparima Girls’ and was the proud mother of Drs. Sastri and Patrick Harnarayan. She was a pleasant, beloved and gentle person who shared her love for […]

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In loving memory of Mrs. Mavis Lee Wah

In loving memory of Mrs. Mavis Lee Wah

Naparima Girls’ High School extends condolences to the Lee Wah family on the passing of Mrs. Mavis Lee Wah. She served Naparima Girls’ High School as a teacher, Vice-Principal, and then Principal (1984-1986). Mrs. Lee Wah is fondly remembered by all with whom she interacted as a warm, compassionate, kind, […]

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