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Its almost that time again!! Who will you be rooting for this year??
We are extremely proud of our Miss Washinton Archibald High School Queen, Shanika Johnson who is now also the National Carnival Talented Teen Queen!
🦁🎉Here she is Washie Family! The newly crowned National Carnival Talented Teen Queen Ms. Shanika Johnson!!! Special thanks to the hard working team and to all persons who assisted in making this victory possible.🎉🦁
Shanika's dress was designed and made by our past student Ms.Lesrie Nisbett of Elle Couture!
We are ready again to take the stage and take back the crown!!
Meet our WILDCAT QUEEN and this year’s representative in the National Carnival Talented Teen Pageant, Miss Shanika Johnson👑👑
Miss WAHS - Shanika Johnson
Grace, humility, charm — these distinct qualities define the spirit of a true Wildcat. It is therefore no surprise that Shanika Johnson embodies each of these traits.
Born on the 11th of November 2004, Shanika has always known that God placed her on this earth for a purpose. Her faith has served as the driving force behind all of her endeavors and has equipped her to face any adversity with strength and determination.
This vivacious 15-year-old hails from the Washington Archibald High School, a prestigious institution where her knowledge and skills are cultivated daily. This proud 4a3 student understands the value of education and has undertaken 8 subjects in pursuance of her goals.
A multifaceted individual by nature, Shanika is also a talented dancer. She trains diligently in hopes of honing her technique and achieving her dream of becoming a professional dancer. She also excels in track & field and has been afforded the honour of winning a 1st place award at Inter Primary in 2016.
In her spare time, Shanika dabbles in the arts of cosmetology, fashion and music. In addition to these, she also spends time crafting content for her YouTube channel. She is guided by the mantra, "Believe in yourself and anything is possible," a true testament of her self-assurance. She is aware of the damage being done to the self-esteem of her fellow teenagers in this digital age and hopes that her videos may instill confidence in whoever views them.
Shanika feel privileged to have been crowned Miss Washington Archibald High School 2019-2020, where she won the awards for Best Talent and Best Interview. She is a proud ambassador for her school and cannot wait to represent the institution in this year's Miss National Talented Teen Pageant.
Super Proud of our athletes! They represented well!
A great big Congratulations to the 2019 Wild Cats Track and Field Team!!! They fought to the very end and for that the entire Washie Family is proud of you!!!!! 2020 here we come!!!! Never turn your back on a Wild Cat!!!! 🦁 #wildcatspride #webleedorange
Which house will you be repping??
All road lead to the Kim Collins Stadium on Sunday for the WAHS sports day.
See you there!
Green house say they sharing licks again this year!!! Will that be the case?? Come on out on Sunday to find out!!
Remember all Students from any High School with a valid ID pay only $10.00
Because god is in the midst of all that we do. A hearty THANK YOU to Pastor Lincoln Connor and the Antioch Baptiste Church and Creole Restuarant for having us!!
It was a lovely Sunday for the Miss Washington Archibald High Talented Teen Contestants. They spent the morning worshipping at the Antioch Baptist Church, then they were treated to lunch at Creole Restaurant. Thanks to Pastor Lincoln Connor for welcoming the young ladies and thanks to the Management and Staff of Creole for sponsoring the lunches!
This is not a show down you wanna miss!
Which team are you repping??
#teammelissa #teamshanika #teambryanna #teamlatchmi #teamsabrina
Behind every fabulous contestant is a fabulous team. Introducing the hardworking teams for the Miss Washington Archibald High Pageant! 😍 Who will be the winning team?!! February 9th it all goes down!!!!
Orange and black is the colour to wear!! See you there!!!!🏆🏆
The 2019 Miss WAHS contestants are in the studio of Freedom Fm 106.5 and will be going live with Ek in a few minutes.Tune in and dont miss it!!
Meet the “Fabulous Five” who would be vying for the title of Miss Washington Archibald High School 2019 on February 9th, 2019!!👑👑
Its almost time!!
Who will be the next Miss WAHS??
A few moments ago our Basketball team won their first match of the season against the Basseterre High School!!! CONGRATULATIONS BOYS!!!!! Thanks to the hard working coaches Mr. Fademi, Mr. Tyson and Mr. Grey!!! Team work makes the dream work!!!! #wildcats 🦁
Its almost that time again!!
Who will be the 2019 Miss Washington Archibald High School?👑👑
Official release coming soon...
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Miss Caribbean Talented Teen 2018/2019
Someone once told me ,”Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance “
And from since then it has been a daily reminder that success doesn’t come without hard work.
Entering into the pageant and winning the title of Miss Haynes Smith Caribbean Talented Teen is truly a dream come true and I’m so thankful for the entire opportunity.This experience was definitely worthwhile and impacting and there are some people that I must thank because without them this reality would have not been achievable.
I can do all things,through Christ who strengthens me.First and foremost , I say thank you to the Almighty God for making this all possible , awarding me this opportunity and giving me protection and guidance throughout.
I am eternally grateful for my Parents ,Family and friends for their endless showers of support ,love and motivation with everything I have done .
A special thank you to my Aunt,Hazel Laws and to my three incredible sisters; Katy Laws , Shauntel Laws and Vickie Laws. I love you guys.
Words can’t express how appreciative I am for my mom ,Kerry Laws.I am blessed for your continuous love ,patience, care and words of encouragement that you give to me on a daily basis.I love you too.
To the best team , Alsanarda Hanley, Denise Daniel ,Narissa Walters and Omandey Byron thank you for your tireless commitment, time ,thought and effort that you put in to ensure the best was produced. You were the brains and artists behind the scenes.From believing in me from the start and inspiring me to be a Queen and bringing out my inner model and the vibrancy in me ,to lifting heavy props and doing the last touch ups backstage,I say A HUGE THANK YOU.
It was also such a pleasure having you,
Heidi Slack and Tomeeka Kinjah Richards being apart of the journey .I dearly value your time and dedication in creating such an exciting talent piece .I really enjoyed learning and performing it.Thank you too, for your vast consideration and assistance with everything else.
Great Thank you, Kejel Jeffers as another active member ,for your overall help and for accompanying me at the all the different events .
Thanks is also given to Jessica Jeffers for assisting me at afternoon practices so that I could have improved.I’m also grateful for Vikish Pickering for being my awesome makeup artist and hair stylist for the big night.
To Clive Smith and Kamal Jeffers please accept my deepest thanks for those insightful early morning interview sessions . You helped to hone my public speaking skills and vocabulary.To Chris Williams, I also say thank you for taking your time out to construct such an amazing prop for my talent piece.
Thank you Randy Madray for designing and making my beautiful evening wear dress and my theatrical wear.
To the St.Kitts and Nevis National Carnival Committee thank you for being a generous sponsor.
To the Haynes Smith Caribbean Talented Teen International Committee I’m more that grateful for affording me and the other contestants this opportunity to not only showcase our talents but also build friendships with each other.
To the all of the contestants and Former Queen;Tasyanna Clifton , Jorjanna Albert, Cherece Richards, Sidondre Flemming, Anastasia Salickram ,Sherona McAlmont, Keshaundia Quinn, Francine Mason and Charisma Jones Chin,I have to say that in that short period of time ,we were able to connect quickly and share an enjoyable weekend . I had lots of fun and I hope to maintain our friendships in the future.
It was a pleasure representing Sweet Sugar City Saint Kitts and I say a warm thank you to all of my well wishers and my enthusiastic support system.
I humbly apologize for anyone who I may have forgotten to mention, nevertheless your contribution is deeply appreciated.
This journey has been extraordinary and it will continue to be because this is not the end. I hope on doing great things in the future and with that said I wish everyone a bright and prosperous new year filled with new adventures and new opportunities.
I am Anya Seetahal, Miss.Haynes Smith Caribbean Talented Teen 2018/2019 and I say Thank you.
👑👑Winning of definately our way of life
Exceptional Performance in Theatrical Wear by our Anya!
And we are on to the next one...
Our Wildcat beauty, Anya Seetahal is ready to set the stage on fire in the 39th Annual Miss Haynes Smith Talented Teen Pageant on Sunday 30th December at the Marriott Hotel Ballroom.
In performing talent, T’shaunte reminded us of the impact of plastic pollution on the ocean!
It was an exceptional performance!!
Congratulations to our Queen T'shaunte Smith who place 1st runner up at the Miss National Carnival Taleen Teen!
T’shaunte performed exceptionally well and walked away with awards for best talent and best speech.
We are extremely proud of our Wildcat Queen👑👑👑👑
Team T'shaunte Smith! Queen T’shaunte Smith!
A few more days!!!
Our girl T’shaunte is ready for the stage!
Winning is our way of life!🤗🐯🐯
We are ending the term on a high note as we have won the Department of Sports/National Bank Under 14 Football Competition!!!! Congratulations to our boys and the coaches! Job well done!!!! 👏🎉🎉 They defeated the Charles E. Mills Secondary School 3 goals to 1
Our National Carnival Talented Teen Queen Anya Seetahal is also gearing up to bring back to crown to St. Kitts in the 39the Annual Misss Haynes Smith Caribbean Talented Teen Pageant!
The wildcats are definately gonna double up the wins this carnival!👑👑
ST. KITTS! Please help give a round of a applause to our very own Miss St. Kitts Anya Seetahal a contestant of This years #HaynesSmithMissCaribbeanTalentedTeenInternational.
15 years ago, on May 19th 2003, a blooming flower graced this world, known as Anya Seetahal.
I currently reside in the peaceful neighborhood of Greenlands Basseterre.
I am a contented and exemplary wildcat of 3a1 at the Washington Archibald High School, where I hold a stellar record of being on the principal's list three times and maintaining a position on the honor roll every term. I am presently studying 9 subjects, but I am particularly passionate about Mathematics.
I am a gifted dancer and I have been dancing from a very tender age. To further develop my skills, I have been attending dance class for 9 years and is currently a member of the renowned Children's Dance Theatre. In 2014, I won the dance segment of the Rotary Talent Search competition. I am also a vibrant member of the Washington Archibald High School's cheerleading team. With my passion for dance, I am determined to hone my skills and also help others in this area of the arts. When I am not studying, dancing or performing, I spend my time reading, surfing the web and listening to music.
I would describe myself as diligent, helpful, kind and versatile. With these qualities I know I am a well rounded person.
I have not decided on my future career aspirations as yet but I believe that my life’s motto will help me succeed in any future endeavor: Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance.
T’SHAUNTE SMITH: Washington Archibald High School:
Sponsor: G SQUARED ARTS:
On June 10th 2003, a rose began to bloom. I am 15 year old T’shaunte Jahliya Smith, a 4A1 student of the prestigious Washington Archibald High School.
Throughout my educational journey, I have always strived for academic excellence by maintaining an average which allowed me to consistently place on the school’s honour roll. Additionally, my love for the sport of netball has afforded me the opportunity to represent my school in the annual Department of Sports High Schools Competition.
My quiet demeanor often disguises my true comedic and creative nature, to the astonishment of those around me. Like a true Gemini, there is more to me than meets the eye.
My love for the art of dance, which started at the tender age of four, has grown immensely. Aristotle said “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all”. This is why I believe that a marriage between academics and the arts allows for a more rounded individual. My interests extend further, however, as I can often be found in the kitchen trying out new baking techniques or engaging in various aspects of cosmetology.
My future goal is to become an internationally recognized architect as my work would be an indelible mark of my existence. This is why I embody the mantra, “Live today, and be remembered tomorrow.”
WED. DEC 26 is the BIG DAY for her and the other talented teens so purchase your tickets NOW online. VISIT 👉https://869go.com/sugarmas
We just starting! This is definately our year #waitforit
The trophy is in its rightful place!! Congratulations again to the choir!!!!
Our National Carnival Talented Teen Representative- Miss T'Shaunte Smith
She is OUR Queen and she is READY!!
Our Wildcat T'shaunte Smith is all set and ready to bring home the crown again!!
Lets rally behind her on this journey to the crown👑👑
We are Strong! We are Resilient! We are Proud!
WE ARE THE WILDCATS!
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