She Rocks! Future Neurovirologist Rukia Henry wins 2017 ABRCMS Outstanding Achievement Award

Congratulations to Howard University Honor Student, Rukia Henry, on winning an ‘Outstanding Achievement Award’ at the 2017 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), which was recently held in Phoenix, Arizona. A native of the town of Linden, Guyana and former Mackenzie High School student, Rukia has goals of becoming a Neurovirologist. Having experienced a long history of breast cancer in her immediate family, and administering daily care, Rukia is determined to continue the fight against this terrible disease.  … read more


Celebrating Academic Excellence: Congratulations to the NGSA Exam Top Achievers!

Eight girls were among the top 15 performers of the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) Examination in Guyana.   Saskia Twahir of the School of Nations scored the highest in the entire country with 524 out of 529 marks. Below are the results of the 8 young women who scored the highest. Saskia Twahir – 524 marks “I am ecstatic; all of my hard work for six years has finally paid off,” said 12-year-old Saskia who credits her success to her … read more


Stories We Love! Guyanese-American Student, Kayla Stewart, accepted to 5 Ivy League Colleges

Kayla Stewart, a 2017 graduate of the Medical Arts Academy at the Gloucester Township Campus of Camden County Technical Schools (CCTS), was accepted into five of the eight ivy league colleges. She chose to attend Columbia University, but was also accepted into Brown University, University of Pennsylvania, Williams College, Cornell University, Johns Hopkins University, Carnegie Mellon University, Tufts University, University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Rutgers University-Honors College, Boston University, and New York University. Kayla lives in Sicklerville, NJ with her … read more


Celebrating Our Graduates: Congratulations to Angelin Waldron – A Future Psychologist

Angelin Waldron is a recent graduate of the High School for Medical Professions Liberal Arts Program in Brooklyn, New York.   Angelin will continue her education at New York City College of Technology where she will be pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Human Services this Fall.  Angelin’s future goal is to have a career in Psychology, and she also has plans to obtain a Masters Degree.  Angelin is originally for Haslington on the East Coast in Guyana and a former student of Hope … read more


Celebrating Our Graduates: Congratulations to Jarienn Amaris James on earning her Juris Doctorate Degree

Jarienn Amaris James has just become a graduate of New York Univeristy Law School having earned her Juris Doctorate. She pursued her J.D. after graduating from the University of Guyana earning her LL.B in 2011. She has set her sights on working in the Children Advocacy area of Law and has taken the opportunity to earn many skills in this area as she attended the Brooklyn Law School before going on to New York Law School to earn her J.D. … read more