(Toronto Chapter)
P.O. Box 92203
2900 Warden Avenue
Scarborough, ON  M1W 3Y9 , Canada
(416) 499-0470
E-mail: thstoronto@sympatico.ca
ACCIPIMUS UT DEMUS
UPCOMING EVENTS


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TRIBUTE TO RONALD "BAMAH" BAMFIELD











THS GIRL GUIDES CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL
Today October 11, Tutorial High School's Girl Guides (THSGG) celebrated
International Day of Girl 2017 under the theme: 'Access to Education for all
Girls'. THSGG visited different classrooms in school enlightening others on
International Day of the Girl (IDG) and the importance of education especially
for girls. Girls were encouraged by their peers to take their education seriously
since many girls in other countries have limited or no access to education,
especially free education. Handouts were distributed also to students who
answered questions.  

HEAD TEACHER’S REPORT
Tutorial High School, a premier academy, was established on 1st September
1939, under the leadership of the astute gentleman Austin Cosmo Castello
. . .

TUTORIAL HIGH LOCAL ALUMNI REWARD TOP CSEC PERFORMER
Rewarding a student for his or her academic performance can only serve as a
boost for confidence as well as a motivator to strive for higher heights. In this
regard, the Tutorial High School Alumni (Guyana Chapter) presented top
performing CSEC 2016 student, Joshua Kobe Grant, with a monetary prize
. . .
IN THE NEWS
2013 Fun Day
Even the rain
could not stop
the fun
Toucan Online
2015 issue of
Newsletter
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In addition to his other achievements, Ronald Bamfield,
who transitioned from this life on January 23rd, was an
outstanding and superb Guyanese athlete in the 1960’s.
Among the notable accomplishments in track and field,
he ran the fastest Boys High School 440 yards in the
country, in a time of 48.5 seconds.  Quite a remarkable
feat for that time.
   Cavalcade of Sports was a 1960’s tradition in Guyana,
popular among a generation. To highlight that tradition, I
pay tribute to the athletes who attended
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