12D - Mrs. T. Murdock & Mr. D. Bonaby

The time spent together, as a family, has truly been one that Mr. Bonaby and I will cherish forever. Our babies have blossomed into wonderful young people – full of life, talent and endless potential. We encourage you to take your stand and reach for the stars. You are truly blessed and never forget to trust in the Lord at all times. In all your decisions, remember to acknowledge Him and He will surely direct your path. 
We love and appreciate all of you.
Congratulations on your graduation, 12D!
Coming directly from yours truly, Selector Bonaby and DJ Murdock.

12H - Mr. M. Harris & Miss W. Albury

The thing about new beginnings is that they require something else to end. New friendships will be made and old interests will fade. Remember, it’s not whom you made proudly, it’s the humility you have inside. At times you will be disappointed but always remember nothing is permanent. If you fail, try again. The greatest accomplishments were obtained by trying. Your future is in your hands. Hold your head high and stand tall. You have made it this far. Congratulations. 

12K - Mrs. L. Facey & Mr. A.Waterhouse

To our beloved 12K, you are all amazing and we are immensely proud of your growth and progression as individuals and collectively as a homeroom. You have been a pleasure to work with and it has been exciting to see all of your personal achievements, accolades and improvements over the years. Stay safe, be active, strive for excellence in everything you do and thanks for being a great homeroom family! Wishing you ALL the very best in your future endeavors.

12R - Miss C. Trowers & Mrs. V. Johnson

It has been our pleasure to have you as our homeroom students. We have gotten to know each and every one of you and have watched you grow into the awesome individuals you are. Graduation is an exciting time. It marks both an ending and a beginning; it’s warm memories of the past and big dreams for the future. As you embark on this new journey, we want to leave you with some sound advice:
1. Always put God first. He will lead you on the path of righteousness and success.
2. Be humble! No matter how you start or how you end up, every day is a gift from God and you are blessed. Be kind, courteous, and respectful to others. Share your blessings and you will be blessed even more.
3. Start each day believing in your dreams. Know without a doubt that you were made for great things.
4. Before you act, listen. Before you react, think. And, before you spend, earn. Before you criticize, wait. Before you pray, forgive. And, before you quit, try.
5. Always remember, no matter where you are, near or far, we believe in YOU!
We love you all! Our wish for you is that this life becomes all that you want it to -that your dreams stay big, your worries stay small and that you never need to carry more than you can hold. There is a lot that awaits you! Congrats!

12M - Mrs. S. Grant & Miss M. Strachan

May God bless and protect all of you as you move on in life. You ALL were a joy to teach. Each of you have special qualities to share to make this world a better place. We are happy to have had the opportunity to teach you.  We are extremely proud of you! We have weathered many storms together, and now we celebrate your transition into adulthood. This journey you will now undertake will truly define you by the choices that you make; so, be brave, be kind, be strong, be forgiving, be humble, be loving, and above all, be YOU.



Congratulations graduates! You are indeed a special class. Unforgettable. I wish you all the best in your new ventures. May God be the wind beneath your wings.

Mrs. A. Nixon

Science & Biology Teacher

Mrs. D. Moss

Congratulations, Class of 2020.
It has been a pleasure knowing everyone of you. I encourage all of you to believe in Jesus and accept Him as your Lord and Saviour so that you will be able to spend eternity with Him. Also, as you take on this next journey in life, believe that you can conquer any challenges you face with God leading you. Stay in touch with each other. I anticipate seeing all of you make a positive difference in our country and within the world.

Mrs. J. Hall

You arrived with the Comet flame
Torched and ready to flare
Your playbook was to learn, live, let live and 'stomp' on the stage
Nothing has changed...
This too will pass...
Find the resolve to re-goup and rekindle
Rise from this ash
Make your presence felt as the indomitable phoenix
Soar with winged fire
Stake your claim
The famed
Class of 2020

Miss C. George

I have had the privilege of meeting many of you and getting to know you personally. I have even had the honor of teaching a few of you for 1 to 3 years! Words cannot express the gratitude and love I have for all of you. Through you, I have learned many lessons, shed some tears and experienced laughter. I will miss all of you. Even though this pandemic stole the last few weeks we would have had together to make even more incredible memories, I am forever grateful to God for the ones we did make. I wish each and every one of you all the success for your future endeavors. I pray that God continues to keep you safe and guide you in all that you wish to accomplish.
With Loads and Loads of Love

Mrs. J. McKinney

To the Class of 2020, Congratulations!! My how quickly time flies. You were just in Grade 7 yesterday, trying to find your way to classes. You have now weathered the storms and made it to the end of one journey and now begin a new journey. I know this year has not been easy, but all things work together for good and God has a special plan for each of you. Class of 2020, continue to trust in the Lord with all thy heart and lean not to your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct thy paths.
With love and prayers.


All of the hard word has paid off. 

Graduation is around the corner.

You have made it!

Well done, Grade 12!

Ms. K. Knowles

To my 2020 visionaries,
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for being a part of my journey and allowing me to be a part of yours. We have shared many moments - some full of laughter and some full of tears (or both) over the years. Through the good and the not so good, you made it. That is the most important part - you made it through. So continue on to the next phase with your head held high. You are already amazing, it is now time to let the world see. Put God first and be true to who you are. This is not goodbye, rather, "hasta luego".
Love you all.

Mrs. T. Hepburn

Congratulations Class of 2020!!
Life will never be the same after today. Enjoy the moments you've shared and keep in mind what your parents and teachers have spent years pouring into you. The future is yours...but only if you move forward.
Love you guys!
Mrs. Hepburn
Oh yeah, there's a QUIZ tomorrow

Mr. T. Cargill

To the Class of 2020,
You are ambitious, intelligent and resilient. As you journey into a new chapter in your life, remember, that in this world, IT'S YOU. This means that you will go and create something new for yourself. You will be the best you can be and you will achieve greatness. No, it will not always be the easiest journey. However, you will continue to shine! Make wise decisions, read and never be afraid to learn something new. Each of your talents can be used to change this world in more ways than you can imagine and it is important that you look deep within yourself to make those positive changes come to fruition. I love you and wish you the very best in all that you do. After all, IT'S ALL YOU!
Remember, COVID-19 could not stop you because you are the Class of '20.
Congratulations to you all!

Mrs. J. St. Hill

Grade 12 Spanish Honours, I will definitely remember all twenty three of you. For one academic year, I have had the pleasure of working with you and I know you will surpass expectations as you endeavour to succeed. I encourage you to embrace the school’s culture by holding steadfast to the spirit of excellence. I implore you to remain positive about your future, and I urge you to reject all thoughts that tell you that you can’t because I know that you can. You must and you will succeed with God as the Head of your life.
İDios te bendiga hoy y siempre!

P.E. Dept.
(Miss S. Hobbs)

Congratulations Class of 2020!!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our B.A.I.S.S Soccer season ended prematurely and several sporting events were cancelled: B.A.I.S.S Volleyball, C.A.R.I.F.T.A. Track and Field, Water Polo and Swimming. However, Class of 2020, we are elated for your years of hard work, support and the wonderful times that we had at our Inter-house swimming meet, Sports Day, the Sports Pageant, B.A.I.S.S Track and Field, Softball, Basketball and Swimming competitions. You have made your mark and yes, we are the 2019-2020 B.A.I.S.S Softball, Basketball, and Swimming Champions!
Thank you, athletes, Mr. and Miss Sports Ambassadors (former), Mr. Hype Man, cheerleaders, supporters, and the entire Class of 2020, for making the school year memorable.
Godspeed from the Physical Education Department and Coaches.

Congratulations, Class of 2020!

The future belongs to those who dare to dream. Therefore, do not only dream big, but pursue your dreams. May those dreams take you to doors filled with countless opportunities. If you can dream it, you can definitely achieve it.
Best wishes.

Mrs. M. Thompson

Head of Department - Science & Biology,


“Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can.”

Founder of Methodism