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Welcome To

Cambridge Academy

Alumni Association

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Welcome To

Cambridge Academy

Alumni Association

News & Updates

Dear Alumni, Friends, and Supporters

Dear Alumni, Friends, and Supporters, On the behalf of the executive board, I would like ...

01-01-2019

Author , Dr. Frank Douglas: Excellence With A Mission

At the 2010 Cambridge Academy Alumni Association International (CAAAI) reunion celebration...

11-28-2018

In Loving Memory of Barbara Ann DeFlorimonte (1947 - 2018)

Barbara Ann DeFlorimonte, departed this life on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at Laurel Reg...

11-28-2018

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

Special Announcements

  • Dear Alumni, Friends, and Supporters

    trevin london Dear Alumni, Friends, and Supporters,

    On the behalf of the executive board, I would like to wish you and your family all the best for a prosperous New Year. We thank you for your support of our biennial reunion in July 2018 and we encourage you to continue your support for CAAAI. Our success is credited to your generosity and your willingness to support us in our endeavors.

    We have maintained our partnership with North Georgetown Secondary and Nehemiah Comprehensive Schools in Guyana, your generosity has assisted in the academic success of the students in the two schools. Last year we also give a donation to the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands. We implore you to get involve with our organization, share your thoughts and ideas as we move forward in 2019.

    We have a few events planned for 2019 and we will keep you informed. Again, all the best for the New year and God’s richest blessings to you and your family.

    In Peace Always,
    Dr. Trevin London CEO

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  • Author , Dr. Frank Douglas: Excellence With A Mission

    Dr Frank Douglas Defining Moments At the 2010 Cambridge Academy Alumni Association International (CAAAI) reunion celebration in Brooklyn NY, Dr. Frank Douglas was a recipient of the prestigious Robert A. Pinkerton’s award for Humanitarian Services. We all listened attentively to his acceptance speech as he told his story of how he mastered the German language. I was intrigued not by ‘how’, but more so by the tenacity of ‘why’. Dr. Douglas explained further that the feeling of imperiousness and arrogance that oftentimes accompany so called superior languages, required the dismissal of the barrier that supported that form of disparity - he decided to learn and master the entire German language, and he did.

    The Cambridge Academy Alumni Executive Board and Membership suffer no illusion when we unrepentantly assert the kinship we have with Dr. Douglas. This polyglot, has been our teacher and scholarly example in our formative High-School years; a Member of our association’s Advisory Board from its rejuvenation in 2008; our pious philanthropist in times of need; a recipient of our Robert A. Pinkerton award in 2010; our Biennial Reunion

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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 our Photo Album.

2018 reunion photo album

 

 

CAAAI 2018 Honorees

Please Welcome Our 2018 Honorees

 

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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