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Posted on Thursday, June 8, 2017
  The Board of Directors of the Carol Morgan School is proud to introduce this year’s valedictorian, Alex Vars McQuilling Cabral '17. Alex is an exceptional student and amazing individual. He has completed eleven Advanced Placement courses at The Carol Morgan School and has served as the Student Council President. As an artist, he has been a stalwart member of the award-winning CMS choir, and in 2016 his original poem received highest honors from the Scholastic Art & Writing Association....
Posted on Thursday, June 8, 2017
Mr. Wanger’s first grade class was joined on Friday afternoon by CMS alumnus Dr. Juan F. Batlle Logroño ‘02 from Banco de Córneas de la República Dominicana (Bancórneas). Dr. Batlle spoke with the class to give information about the organ donor operation that provides opportunity for restored vision to those who have lost it. During the year, our class had saved money from activities by creating their own decorations and minimizing the amount of food ordered. Our class donated the remaining...
Posted on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
An AMAZING weekend was had by all who attended the 3rd Annual FIRST Lego League International Championship for the Caribbean, held for the first time at Carol Morgan School.  Well over 2000 people attended the competition which was held over two days:  Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7, 2017.  Sixty four teams of junior roboteers ages 8 to 14 shared and competed on the theme of Animal Allies:  preparing a project about how to improve the relationship between animals and humans; showing Core...
Posted on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
The Ministry of Education invited CMS in February to participate in the first round of the Math Olympics. There are 2 categories in which High School participates which are C and D. Category C is represented by 9th and 10th grade while D is represented by 11th and 12th grade.  We are only able to select two students from each category.  Senior Ramon T. came in first place in the first round (district level) in Category D. In the second round (regional level), Ramon came in first again in...
Posted on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
The GIN (Global Issues Network Club) represented Carol Morgan at two different conferences this year. In October they travelled to Academia Cotopaxi, in Ecuador to share their Solar Tree project and in March they visited the International School of Panama to share their Bike and Blend project. Additionally Project Girl, a member of the Global Issues Network for the past three years,  participated in both conferences sharing their service learning experience empowering girls at Batey Lecheria in...

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