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Posted Friday, Jun 16, 2017 
The traditional Sports Awards ceremony each year gives school coaches and athletic officials the chance to honor those students who have excelled in activities ranging from flag football to cross country. At this year's event, team coaches spoke about the perseverance and determination displayed by their students and the continued need for more parental and community support. READ MORE
Posted Friday, Jun 16, 2017 
Middle School's closing ceremonies this week allowed sixth, seventh and eighth grade teachers the chance to honor their students' accomplishments and to showcase some of the classes' greatest talents.
Posted Friday, Jun 16, 2017 
Each year, the Senior Book Awards give members of the faculty the chance to recognize students who have distinguished themselves in everything from academics to community service. Along with the opportunity to announce the graduating Valedictorian and Salutatorian, this special ceremony also shines the spotlight on seniors that exemplify the virtues of Antilles and its commitment to excellence, diversity and community.
Posted Friday, Jun 16, 2017 
In a touching closing ceremony, Upper School teachers last week handed out awards for students who excelled in their respective classes, while seniors said goodbye to faculty members on campus who they said had inspired them throughout their years at Antilles.
Posted Friday, Jun 16, 2017 
One of the bright stars in the making of the sport of sailing is Mia Nicolosi ('21). The Daily News featured her this week and we couldn't be more proud of her and ALL the Hurricanes out on the water this week. Go Canes! READ MORE
Posted Friday, Jun 16, 2017 
To celebrate the transition of the Class of 2017 into the ranks of Antilles alumni, the Office of Advancement team held a special ceremony last week to pin this year's seniors and encourage them to stay involved with the school.
Posted Friday, Jun 9, 2017 
By Jamie Truax: On Saturday, June 3, Antilles played in the 5th annual USVISA Elementary School President's Cup Soccer Tournament. This tournament hosted the top four elementary school teams in the territory at the University of the Virgin Islands playing field. Antilles worked incredibly hard all year to be eligible for the tournament and we placed 2nd in the competition.READ MORE
Posted Friday, Jun 9, 2017 
It's closing ceremony time, and Lower School students set the tone earlier this week with a variety of musical performances that gave them a chance to celebrate everything from the V.I. culture to national diversity.
Posted Friday, Jun 9, 2017 
Director of College Counseling Isabel Borrás-Marín helped send the Class of 2017 off this week with a special Transition to College workshop, where she and alumna Nia Gumbs ('16) spoke about everything from time management to first year nutrition.
Posted Friday, Jun 9, 2017 
Each year, members of the junior class are honored for accomplishments ranging from high academic performance to a dedication to community service. This year's recipients were announced Friday during closing ceremonies and gifted with recognitions READ MORE
Posted Friday, Jun 2, 2017 
On Friday, June 9th at 4PM, our JV Team will play Montessori at Antilles' Fishman Family Field for the St. Thomas JV soccer title. Come one come all! Hope to see you all there for ONE MORE GREAT GAME!
Posted Friday, Jun 2, 2017 
For the past four years, 6th grade science teacher Jeannine Wilson has used her now-famous bottle rocket launch to teach her students the basics of rocketry, while also giving them a chance to explore the concepts first hand through the rocket building process. Wilson's classes each year start with learning about thrust, force, drag and lift. Once those are out of the way, they talk about Newton's three laws of motion, action and reaction, and gravity, and put them altogether when assembling their rockets.
Posted Friday, Jun 2, 2017 
Last week, the Office of Development launched its first ever Participation Challenge and asked Antilles parents to support the Annual Fund. We were so excited by the response and the foundation it has laid for future efforts. At the end of last school year, parent giving was at 12.5 percent and after last week's campaign, the numbers TRIPLED to 33.4 percent! READ MORE
Posted Friday, Jun 2, 2017 
Every year, the Athletic Department honors our outstanding JV and Varsity Hurricane athletes – on the field and on the sea– during a special award ceremony that, this year, will be held on the evening of June 8th, beginning at 6:30PM in Prior Jollek Hall. It is free of charge and open to anyone who loves sports. We encourage all students and parents to attend. After the awards, there are light refreshments in the courtyard. It is a great way to wind down the year!
Posted Friday, Jun 2, 2017 
FUN FACT: There were 486 pieces of individual art on display in this week's Lower School art show, along with a monster collage (with work from all students in grades 1-5,) a "What Lifts You" set of wings (1st and 2nd grades contributed to that) and a slide show containing all of the students' self-portraits. READ MORE
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