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The Department of Education delivers a first class education to ensure students reach their full potential. For up-to-date information on school schedules and curriculum, or for general information for students or teachers, see the Ministry of Education’s website

Meet Bermuda's Minister of Education and Workforce Development, the Hon. Diallo Rabain, JP, MP.

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  • As a result of Hurricane Humberto and with the anticipation of Tropical Storm Jerry impacting the island everyone in Bermuda has been operating at a high level of anxiety for more than a week. We urge everyone to pay attention to their stress levels and those of loved ones.

  • Our Career Development section is responsible for the accurate assessment of individuals for employment and career development, as well as working with employers on the placement of prepared individuals in available and suitable posts.

  • All students receive a student transportation pass from their school in order to ride free on buses and ferries. Please show the bus operator or ferry attendant your pass when boarding a bus or ferry.

    View All Bus Routes and Schedules

  • Printable Calendar for School Year 2019-2020

    Term One

    Tuesday, 10th September to Wednesday, 18th December, 2019

  • Bermuda College
  • Upon completion of high school in the Bermuda Public School system, students graduate with the Bermuda School Certificate (BSC). To graduate, students must obtain 104 credits from the time they enter senior school.

  • Compulsory education is for children between the ages of 5 and 16. Education is provided free of charge for students up to 19 years.

    Students can enroll in Bermuda College upon graduating from high school.