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  • Decisions to Close School for Storms


    Dear Antilles Parents,
    During periods when tropical storms or hurricanes (or other dangerous weather) threaten St. Thomas and/or St. John, I will make the decision about school closure as far in advance as possible to provide all our families maximum time to plan for child care and provide for safety. I will try to ensure the decision is made while all the traditional communication channels on island are still operational: email to all our parents, radio channel announcements (AM 1000), posting message on the school phone system, and through the VI Alert system. Once a decision has been made in advance of a particular school day, I will not change that decision since this would cause chaos among families who have already made arrangements based on the earlier decision to cancel school.

    Also, we realize that some of our families live on terrain that can be dangerous when wet, slippery and threatened by weather. We fully understand that you might choose to have your child(ren) remain at home if the conditions pose a danger. Of course, this type of absence is “excused” and the school will work to ensure no child is penalized for his/her parents choosing the safe option.

    I apologize if you did not “get the word” about our closure during Tropical Storm Gonzalo; please ensure the school office has your email contact information (and let us know if/when you change email addresses) so that we can ensure you receive a message. Thanks for all your hard work to get the students back into the routine of school after this week’s disruptions.

    For The Hurricanes,
    Michael Hughes, Ph. D.
    Head of School

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  • CFVI Virtue of the Week-Reliability


    Reliability means that others can depend on you. You keep your commitments and give your best to every job. You are responsible. You don’t forget, and you don’t need to be reminded. Other people can relax knowing things are in your reliable hands.

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  • School Play- Myth Adventures by Eric Coble


    Mark your calendars for the middle school theatre production: Myth Adventures by Eric Coble. Dionysus shares with the audience four of his favorite stories: King Midas, Orpheus, Daedalus and Icarus, and Theseus and the Minotaur.

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  • ELC & LS Wearing Yellow for Respect


    In the Antilles Lower School, we utilize the Character Counts program to develop ethical core values and behaviors in our students. The Six Pillars of Character include: respect, citizenship, fairness, caring, responsibility and trustworthiness. This month, our students focused on the pillar of respect, which culminated with a presentation by the 3rd graders in both the Friday Morning Meeting in the Lower School and the Sing-A-Long in the ELC. Students wore yellow to show they were “radiating respect.” Click Read More to view more photos.

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  • Get Ready for the FALL FESTIVAL


    The Annual Antilles School Fall Festival will be held on October 25 from 4-8pm. The festival will feature the "Great Pumpkin Patch," with jack-o-lantern style pumpkins for sale and a carnival-like atmosphere of games, food, crafts, and fun for all ages. Flip Switch Band will keep everyone in a festive mood. Admission: $5 adults, $3 children under 18. No coolers or alcohol, please.

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  • Headmaster's Reception


    Every year, the Head of School invites donors to the school to thank them for their support. This year's Headmaster's Reception was held last Saturday evening at Paradise Point. Dr. Hughes' guests enjoyed a champagne welcome while riding the tram up to the mountain top, the magnificent view from the summit, hors d'oeurves catered by Paradise Point, and each others' company. It was a fun-filled evening and a nice way to say "THANK YOU!" to some of the most generous donors to Antilles School. CLICK to download the Annual Report. PHOTOS

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Parent Roundtable with the Head of School

Location: Henry Kimelman Library, floor 1 Time: 8:00am - 8:30am

JV Flag Football vs. Julius Sprauve School (League)

Time: 3:45pm

Varsity Girls Volleyball vs. Gifft Hill School (League)

Time: 3:45pm

JV Girls Volleyball vs. Seventh Day Adventist School (League)

Time: 5:00pm

Lower School Boys Baseball vs. Muller Elementary School (League) At Joseph Aubain Ballfield

Time: 3:45pm