COMPREHENSIVE  LEARNING  CENTRE - 'Where Innovative Learning Experiences Produce Success'
News and Events

CLC Manager accepting plaque from Rotarian Forman
CLC Manager accepting plaque from Rotarian Forman
Mrs York Gumbs honoured by the Rotary Club of Anguilla for her outstanding service to the community. She accepts plaque on behalf of the Lecturers and students of the CLC
Hon. Minister of Education, Mr Edison Baird & Keynote Speaker, Mr David Carty with Lecturers of the CLC
Hon. Minister of Education, Mr Edison Baird & Keynote Speaker, Mr David Carty with Lecturers of the CLC
2010 Student Award Ceremony
CLC Manager,  Mrs York Gumbs addressing audience
CLC Manager, Mrs York Gumbs addressing audience
CLC Award Ceremony





















Publications
TAKING THE LEAD




EXPANDING YOUR HORIZONS





Feature Address presented by Shellecia Brooks during the 2011 Student Award Ceremony
"For learning to take place with any kind of efficiency students must be motivated. To be motivated, they must become interested. And they become interested when they are actively working on projects which they can relate, to their values and goals in life" - Gus Tuberville, President, William Penn College
Regardless of our age these words are true at every stage of our education. When you become interested in what you are working on, it no longer becomes work. ......


CLC's COMMENCEMENT OF 2011-2012 ACADEMIC YEAR
After another successful year of students’ accomplishments and advancement, the Comprehensive Learning Centre is set to commence its 2011-2012 Academic year on Monday 5 September.   This week, sees the start of courses at the CXC – CSEC level which include English, Mathematics, Human and Social Biology, Social Studies, ........






CLC - DOING BIG THINGS
I can distinctly remember the statement of one visiting businesswoman as she moved from class to class at the Comprehensive Learning Centre. "Well, I had no idea such big things go on in this small building."





STUDENTS' PERSPECTIVES OF THE COMPREHENSIVE LEARNING CENTRE 
Two years ago when the academic year began at the CLC, many of us, the more matured students, had some apprehension.  However, those who braved the studies before us were nudging us on and telling us that we were not too old to learn; but the fact is, that many of us had last been in the formal classroom some 10 plus years ago.  
Website Builder provided by  Vistaprint