By Diamond White

My experiences with SeaPerch, the underwater robotics programme, began in Year 7 and became a big part of my life and high school experience.

By Graeme Madison

As a 2018 Dart High School Scholar and a three-time Minds Inspired Maths Challenge winner, I am drawn to and enjoy mathematics.

By Johnathon Bedasse

The past year has been an extraordinarily tumultuous ride, with all of us having to make significant changes to our lifestyles to fit COVID-19 restrictions.

College students are no exception to these adjustments, including myself. I’m a Dart Scholar attending my first year of Columbia University from the campus of my bedroom, the George Town Public Library and occasionally, a study spot in Camana Bay for some fresh air.

By Joshua Martin

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of everyone around the world, including those of us in medical and dental schools. I’m currently in my third year of dental school at King’s College London in the United Kingdom — where all colleges and universities have moved to remote learning except for students on clinical courses, to allow future critical workers like myself to continue studying.

By Dominic Dyer

Every month, the Camana Bay Times invites a Dart Scholar to write about a topic of their choice to invite the community to learn more about their experiences and interests. Read on to hear from Dominic Dyer, a 2017 William A. Dart Memorial University Scholar, as he shares his thoughts on renewable energy in the Cayman Islands.

By Cristin Jackson

Becoming a Dart High School Scholar in 2016 changed me as a person as it gave me the opportunity to give back to the community. Through my experiences as a Dart High School Scholar, I was able to develop a platform to advocate for a subject that I am most passionate about — mental health.

By Jade Wilkinson

One of the benefits of becoming a Dart Scholar is the enrichment activities we enjoy, like the annual educational trips. As a 2015 Dart High School Scholar, I was lucky to experience three summer trips.

By Chloe DaCosta

As a 2015 William A. Dart Memorial University Scholar, I know firsthand how Dart Scholars constantly strive for academic success, while also being involved in demanding extracurricular activities.

By Chloe DaCosta

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people all over the world work, resulting in many doing their job remotely. It is no different for the Dart Scholars, including Chloe DaCosta, 2015 William A. Dart University Scholar, taking part in the company's Work-X internship programme. Read on to hear about Chloe's experience with Work-X 2020. 

Local students Erin Shaughness of Cayman International School (CIS) and Jaiden Gilbert of St. Ignatius High School have earned the prestigious title of Dart Scholar for their exceptional academic and extracurricular achievements.   

Dart CEO Mark VanDevelde welcomed them to the Dart Scholar family last week which also includes the recently announced William A. Dart Memorial University Scholar Jonathon Bedasse.