The Codrington School - The International School of Barbados

Student Achievements

Amber, Mia and Sasha Featured in the Nation Newspaper

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Katie makes it to NIFCA Finals!!

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Katie and Taylor star at NIFCA

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Ella and Marius' Art Exhibitions Featured in the Barbados Advocate

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Rufus and Paolo go 1,2 at Swim Nationals

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More Sailing Success for the Persauds!

Anish Persaud has just placed first in the National Dinghy Championships (optimist class) and Ishan Persaud has placed Second (beaten by one point!). At the annual Barbados awards the boys also took home several trophies for wins during 2013. Congratulations!

Our golfer girl Mavi!!!

Mavi recently placed second overall at the Barbados Golf Open! Click here and here for more info!

Elan "Speaks Up" 

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Elan Makes it to the Finals of the Republic Bank Speeck Competition 

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Young Sailors Make Waves

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Stringly Business a big winner at the Barbados Entrepeneurship Fund Awards Ceremony!

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PYP 8 Smell the Coffee!

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Julia and the Organic Farmer's Market aid UNICEF!

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Anish and Ishan are sailing champions!

After 5 weekends of race sailing the National Dinghy Championships were concluded today. In the Optimist Class Anish came first and Ishan came second. Photos attached.
And at the Annual Sailing Awards on Friday at Yacht Club the Persaud brothers also took home a few trophies...
Neither of their parents know one end of a boat from the next so this has come from their own dedication to the sport.

Isabella, Laura and Robyn make Stringly Business a success!

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Amber and Amethyst Compete for Barbados!

Amber & Amethyst McKenzie (PYP & MYP ) were both selected for the Barbados National Swim team after very competitive and grueling trials process in mid-July 2012. Thirty one swimmers were selected in total across five age group categories in both male and female. There was a limitation of only four swimmers per sex per age group and that, therefore, required a very versatile performance across the four strokes(Free, Breast, Back & Fly) to qualify for the team. They then participated in the 18th Goodwill Games Swim Meet in Georgetown, Guyana from 16th to 20th August, 2012 against Surinam, Trinidad & Tobago and the hosts, Guyana. Amethyst won a Bronze medal for the 50 meter Breast Stroke in her age group. She also won two Silver medals in the 200m Medley Relay and 200m Freestyle Relay in her age group. Amber won three Bronze medals in each of the Relays(400m Medley, 400m Free and 200m Free) in her age group. Both girls also performed in a cultural presentation at the awards ceremonies. We are very proud of their achievements!

Sarah singing her way to the top!

Sarah Mark born 10th June, 1996 in Trinidad and has been on stage since the tender age of 4. She was taught to play the Tenor Pan and appeared in her school’s panorama competition every year during her time at St Xavier’s Private School. Her early exposure to the stage made it easy for her to know from a young age that she wanted to be a singer and performer.

Please visit her Facebook page for more information on our talented songstress!