Written by Loshaun Dixon Posted On: Monday, 20 August 2012
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Basseterre, St. Kitts, (Monday 20th August 2012) - Students who completed their high school studies in the recently concluded school year, will return to the class room today, (Monday 20th August, 2012), as the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College opens its doors to an influx of new students, as well as a number of seniors, returning for a new academic year.
Hundreds of new and returning students are expected to be a part of the institution this year, continuing their academic journey to equip themselves with a higher level of education, which could lead to an associate’s degree, upon graduation. For others it is the final preparation for further studies that will eventually be pursued at overseas universities in the Caribbean or North America.
An official from CFBC said that they welcome all students (new and returning) to the new academic year 2012 – 2013, which starts Monday August 20th!
They added that registration at CFBC is challenging. However, if one reviews the schedule and actively take part in this week’s activities, the official has assured that the individuals will feel at home and ready to embrace the year ahead.
The official also stated that returning students are required to report to registration in full uniform, while incoming students are to be dressed in a plain white top with sleeves, long blue or black pants/ jeans and appropriate closed up footwear in black or brown. Knee length black or jean skirts can be worn and they are also asked to bring along proof of results and a valid photo ID indicating proof of nationality.
The registration fee for ALL STUDENTS is $250.00, per semester. Fees can be paid in cash or bank draft (payable to Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College).
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