Anglican Central Education Authority

The Anglican Central Education Authority was established by the Synod of the Anglican Diocese of The Bahamas to direct the overall policy of Diocesan Education, control staffrecruitment and conditions of service, develop and expand the physical plants and finance, and liaise with all church schools and other educational authorities as needed. The ACEA board comprises sixteen members, including the Bishop, the Education Department, and other Diocesan Officers.

All children have a right to be given the opportunity to develop their God-given talents and receive an education that will help them build God’s Kingdom.

The ACEA offers in a safe environment a well-rounded educational product that fosters the development of students’ spiritual, academic, physical, social, and emotional well-being thereby affording their relevancy and adaptability for future citizenship and life in an ever-changing global environment. The ACEA will provide the faculty and staff with the necessary tools to accomplish the mission.

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Anglican Schools in The Bahamas

Bishop Michael Eldon School
St. Andrew’s Anglican School
St. Anne’s School
St. John’s College