“Creating Endless Possibilities’’.
The Flames family, senior class of 2022 celebrated its graduation weekend, June 11-12, 2022. Recognition was given to students who successfully completed their high school career.
The Baccalaureate Service was held on June 11, 2022, at the Freeport Seventh-day Adventist Church. Pastor Chirnus Isidore the Senior Pastor of the Abaco District blessed the congregation with word of God under the theme “Big Things Come in Small Packages.” Pastor Isidore concluded the service by offering a special consecratory prayer for the graduates.
On Sunday June 12, 2022, Grand Bahama Academy held its 14th senior high school commencement ceremony under the theme “Creating Endless Possibilities”. The Honorable Wayne R. Munroe, Minister of National Security, was the commencement speaker. His speech to the graduates was centered on the theme and the Bible verse Matthew 19:26 which states; Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible but with God all things are possible.” Mr. Munroe encouraged the graduates to place God first in everything that they do, study hard, be prepared for opportunities and they will be able to create endless possibilities. He reiterated the fact that The Bahamas is depending on this generation to move the nation forward and the Bahamas Government will support the young people to ensure their success.
Among the highlights of the program was the intellectual speech given by the class of 2022 Valedictorian Miss. Robernique Braynen. Miss. Braynen acknowledged the endless possibilities that awaits herself and fellow graduates. She encouraged them to pursue their future career so that they can be of service to their communities and the Bahamas. Miss. Lauryn Hanna, the Salutatorian, used her platform to express gratitude to her classmates who accompanied her through the challenges and successes of her educational journey. Miss. Hanna also thanked her parents and the entire staff of Grand Bahama Academy for their hard work and dedication which contributed to her education.
The administration, staff, the School Board of Grand Bahama Academy along with the North Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists celebrate and congratulate the Class of 2022 for achieving this major milestone of their lives.
The staff and School Board of Grand Bahama Academy would also like to thank all the parents who have made the school their number one choice for their children’s education. We ask for your continued support as we strive to mold young lives and prepare young people to be of service to themselves, their families, their communities, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, and most of all the Master Teacher Jesus. March on Class of 2022, with God as your guide, create and achieve endless possibilities.