Wednesday, May 22, 2024

San Pedro High School

Mayor’s Co-Ed Softball Cup continues with fun games on Sundays

The second round of the Mayor’s Co-Ed Softball Cup occurred on Sunday, April 28th at 10AM at the Honourable Louis “Cuz” Sylvestre Sporting Arena. The tournament aims to promote softball and prepare athletes to compete on and off the island. Councilor Adaly Ayuso and her San Pedro Town Council Sports Committee team lead the competition.

San Pedro High School athletes win 15 Golds at northern regionals

San Pedro High School athletes won 15 Golds and 11 Silver Medals at the Northern Secondary Schools Sports Association athletics regional championships hosted by Muffles College in Orange Walk Town on Saturday, April 20th. The athletes will represent the Northern zone at the upcoming National Secondary Schools Sports Association (NSSSA) championships hosted by Anglican Cathedral College at the Marion Jones Stadium on Friday and Saturday, April 26-27th.

San Pedro’s Mayor’s CO-ED Cup kicks off

The Mayor's CO-ED Softball Competition kicked off on Sunday, April 21st at 10AM at the Honorable Louis "Cuz" Sylvestre Sporting Arena, with young and senior softball athletes participating. Councilor Adaly Ayuso and the San Pedro Town Council Sports Committee organized the event.

Boxing night in San Pedro features Belizean and Mexican fighters

The Angel Nuñez Auditorium at the San Pedro High School was the venue of an electrifying boxing event on Saturday, April 13th, featuring three big fights. Dubbed ‘Clash at the Beach,’ the main event of the evening was the fight for the World Boxing Council (WBC) Continental Latin American Atomweight championship between female boxers. Other boxing titles up for grabs included the Lightweight and Featherweight championships.

Islander Alexandria Boiton assists graduates with prom gowns

Islander and entrepreneur Alexandria Boiton has launched a project to assist female graduates with gowns. Dubbed ‘Gowns for Grads,’ the program aims to reward deserving high school graduates with a gown to wear when attending prom.

Belize Education Upliftment program comes to San Pedro High School

On March 8th, 2024, Prime Minister Honroable John Briceño announced the Belize Education Upliftment Project (EUP) expansion to include 12 new secondary schools starting in the 2024/25 academic year. The initiative is part of the Belizean government’s educational reform program, “Together We Rise,” which already serves nine schools. San Pedro High School will join the list of schools benefiting from the EUP. The program aims to support government-owned and government-aided secondary schools in promoting continued education in Belize.

Northern Highschool Soft Ball Regionals on the Island: SPHS boy win champions title

The Ladyville Technical High School's female softball team and the San Pedro High School's male softball team have won the championship titles at the National Secondary School Sports Association (NSSSA) Northern Softball Regionals. The main event took place on Saturday, March 9th, at the Honorable Louis Sylvester Sporting Complex in Ambergris Caye.

Municipal Elections are underway in San Pedro; the electorate encouraged to come out and vote

The 2024 Municipal Elections are currently taking place across the nation, and voters in San Pedro Town have been turning up steadily to cast their votes. Polling stations on the island have been open since 7AM and are located at the San Pedro High School, San Pedro Junior College, and the San Pedro Roman Catholic Primary School. San Pedro is one of the most significant municipalities in the country and is a leading commercial center in Belize. Since the last municipal elections held in 2021, registered voters have increased from 7,983 to 8,704. The unofficial turnout report at midday, as per the Belize Elections and Boundaries, was 2,229.