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Gia Burrows

Temple Christian High School graduate Gia Burrows and her father, Mr. Gerard Burrows, Sr., gave administrators, faculty and students at this school a big reason to smile when they donated a quantity of Dell desktop computers to the school. The fifteen computers were presented on behalf of the Burrows family, and courtesy of Atlantis Paradise Island Resort, during a brief ceremony on Friday, January 25, 2013 in the school’s library.

Gia, a June 2008 graduate and former head girl of Temple Christian High School, said that the influential role of this school in the lives of both she and her brother lead to the decision to donate the computers.


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Nowe Harris-Smith

Temple Christian High School graduate, Nowe Harris-Smith, continued her string of artistic achievements when she won the top prize in the “Open Art Category in Painting” at the recent E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival, held in late 2012 at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas.

A fortuitous occurrence resulted in Nowe making the decision to submit artwork to this prestigious national festival. “I didn’t decide to enter at first,” she explains. “I began drawing again this summer and a friend of my mother saw my work. He was also an artist and convinced me to enter. He told me I was very good.”


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Tavaris Adderley

My name is Tavaris W. Adderley. My journey with Temple Christian Pre & Elementary School beganwhen I became a student of K5 in 1992. My most memorable experience occurred when I was in grade three with my third grade teacher. She was a great teacher as I learned a lot from her. She always made sure we knew what the consequences were for anyone who refused to obey school and class rules.


To this day I believe that during that year she set and still holds the record for the most mass spankings in the history of elementary education. But overall, my elementary years were interesting and enjoyable ones.


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