News & Updates

Remembering Mr. Ovid T. London (July 13, 1920 - August 13, 2018)

We the Executive Board and Members of the Cambridge Academy Alumni Association Internation...

08-14-2018

CAAAI 2018 Reunion Thank You

Dear Alumni, supporters, friends, and well-wishers, Our 2018 Alumni Reunion Reception has...

08-10-2018

CAAAI 2018 Reunion Photos

Dear Alumni, supporters, friends, and well-wishers, Thank you very much for attending and...

08-06-2018

Remembering Archdeacon William Oscar Agard, Snr. (1924-2017)

I once referred to him as a Senior Statesman back then when a young Guyana was unraveling ...

10-20-2017

Donna Has Gone On To Glory

Donna A. (Shepherd) London, 60, died in her home on Tuesday, October 10, 2017, after a lon...

10-11-2017

We Extend Our Care and Compassion For Kyle Schulters

The Cambridge Academy Alumni Association International would like to extend its care and c...

08-22-2017

See Pictures From Our 2016 Reunion

Pictures from the CAAAI 2016 Reunion are now on display in our Photo Gallery. Go to Photo...

10-25-2016

CAAAI Salutes CEO Dr. Desiree DeFlorimonte

THE COEXISTENCE OF MODESTY AND STRENGTH: Over the 10-years of our embodiment the Cambridg...

08-09-2016

CAAAI Salutes Consul General Mrs. Barbara Patterson-Atherly

Just eleven days ago, on Saturday July 16, 2016 the Cambridge Academy Alumni Association I...

07-27-2016

CAAAI Reunion 2016 Thank You So Much

Dear CAAAI Alumni, Supporters, Friends, and Well-wishers Our 2016 Alumni Reunion Ball has...

07-20-2016

Demerara Gold A One Woman Show's Page

Me with members of the Cambridge Academy Alumni Association International after performing...

12-04-2015

Wishing You a Merry Christmas & a Prosperous New Year!

Dear Cambridge Academy Alumni, Friends & Supporters: We are about to celebrate Christ...

12-24-2014

Special Announcements

  • Remembering Mr. Ovid T. London (July 13, 1920 - August 13, 2018)

    Remembering Mr. Ovid T. London (July 13, 1920 - August 13, 2018)

    We the Executive Board and Members of the Cambridge Academy Alumni Association International (CAAAI) are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Mr. Ovid London, beloved father of our association’s Chief Executive Office, Dr. Trevin London. We pray with the assurance that Ovid London has gone on to receive the glory promised by our Almighty God to all His children; and that Jehovah will provide peace, love, and strength to the London family at this time.

    The funeral arrangements for Mr. Ovid London are as follows:
    Viewing & Visitation: Wednesday August 15, 2018 from 5 pm to 7 pm @ Singleton Funeral & Cremation Services 1 2nd Avenue, S.W. Glen Burnie, MD 21061

    Viewing & Visitation: Thursday August 16, 2018 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am @ St. Bernadette Roman Catholic Church, 801 Stevenson Road, Severn MD, 21144

    Mass: Thursday August 16, 2018, 11:00 am @ St. Bernadette Roman Catholic Church, 801 Stevenson Road, Severn MD, 21144

    On behalf of the Cambridge Academy Alumni Association International, we extend our heart-felt sympathies to our Alumni brother Dr. Trevin London and all members of his family. May the soul of Ovid London rest in eternal light.

    Sincerely,

    Mr. Eawan Devonish
    President - CAAAI

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  • CAAAI 2018 Reunion Thank You

    CAAAI 2018 Reunion Thank You

    Dear Alumni, supporters, friends, and well-wishers,

    Our 2018 Alumni Reunion Reception has slipped into the history books, and I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of the CEO, the President, and the CAAAI Executive Board to thank each and every one of you for attending and supporting this biennial event. As often stated, our success as an association, is credited mainly to your generosity and willingness to participate in our events; and wasn’t it FUN this year?

    We are encouraged by the positive feedback we already received from many who attended the reunion in Queens, NY on Saturday July 21; and to those who were unable to join the nearly two hundred persons at this year’s sixth reunion and tenth anniversary, please know that you were truly missed, and we are looking forward to seeing you at Reunion 2020.

    We know that with your continued support at and between reunions, we will be able to honor our educational commitments to our two adopted schools in Guyana. We ask that you keep the Cambridge Clock Ticking and the legacy of our beloved Principal always in our hearts and minds. Once again, on behalf of CEO Dr. Trevin London, and President Mr. Eawan Devonish, may God continue to bless you, and the CAAAI Organization.

    Respectfully yours,

    Dr. Aubrey F. Bentham Director of Special Projects - CAAAI

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CAAAI 2018 Reunion Photo Gallery

Thank You Alumni, Supporters, Friends, and Well-wishers

Thank you very much for attending and supporting this biennial event! Please see photos from the event in out Photo Album.

2018 reunion photo album

CAAAI 2018 Honorees

Please Welcome Our 2018 Honorees

View all of our honorees in the Photo Gallery.

Learn About CAAAI

Our history

In 1950, Mr. Robert A. Pinkerton, made the courageous and visionary step of founding Cambridge Academy. Formal classes were housed at locations on South Road and Charlotte Street in Georgetown, Guyana South America.

Mission Statement

The mission of CAAAI is the continual legacy to provide technical, financial and educational support to schools and educational facilities in Guyana, and the U.S.A., and to expand these charities to various...

Activities Projects

CAAAI has adopted two high schools in Georgetown Guyana: Nehemiah Comprehensive School and North Georgetown Secondary School. Over the years, our commitment to the schools has been consistently demonstrated...

Board of Directors

In 2012 an initiative spearheaded by Vice-President, Courtney Fanfair led to the formation of a CAAAI branch, in Georgetown Guyana. Mr. Hugh Denbow and Mr. David Gomes head this Committee.

 
Mr. Robert A. Pinkerton 2008 Reunion Speech

Tribute to Mr. Robert A. Pinkerton - 1920 - 2013

Mr. Robert A. Pinkerton was the Guyanese version of a Mensch, a man of integrity and honor, a man of fortitude and firmness of purpose. He wore a stern face that hid an easy humor, because that face was the image of the burden of his inner passion and vision to ensure that every child of God, that is every person, deserved a chance to succeed. It was a passion based on two other firmly held beliefs that asserted: without God, nothing is possible, and without hard work and discipline, nothing is achievable.

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