“Great leaders today, greater leaders tomorrow”

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Jamaica College has always sought to focus on the holistic development of students. Over the years, the school has undergone various changes but its mandate has remained the same: to produce young men who maintain a high level of academic excellence. It is with this thrust that we recognized the importance of introducing an Honour Society as part of the school’s curriculum.

The Jamaica College Honour Society seeks to recognize and encourage academic achievement, promote leadership and stimulate a desire for service among its students, in an effort to fully prepare them to become world class citizens.


All students who have attained an average of 80% and above are eligible for membership within the society.  This year, members of the society were expected to:

  • elect a governing body : President, Vice President, Secretary/ Treasurer;
  • lead their peers in different aspects of school life.  Members will be encouraged to be actively involved and be exemplary students and positive role model for their peers;
  • meet every fourth Thursday of each month from 2:30-4:00pm. These sessions were geared towards developing each student’s leadership qualities.  The foci were School Involvement, Community Involvement, Organizational Skills and Public Speaking.
  • conduct an Outreach Project.
  • participate in a Trip or a Social Event.


The first General assembly of the Honour Society was held on the 14th of November 2013, at 2:30 p.m. in the Conference room. Approximately 35 members were in attendance along with Coordinators Mrs. S. Lyn Quee and Mrs. N. Crawford-Thompson. Mr. Ruel Reid gave the main address under the theme “Student Involvement in School Leadership”.


President                                             Akeem Mckenzie

Vice President                                     Shaquille Reid

Secretary                                             Alex Chen-Sue

Assistant Secretary                             Marcello Berry

Treasurer                                             Anthony Williams

Assist. Treasurer                                 Brandon Neil

P.R.O.                                                 Christopher Issacs

Assistant P.R.O.                                 Ruel McNeil


On Monday, January 6, 2014, the members of the Honour Society were presented to the school body during General Assembly. They were given special calendars by the school administration.

Sixteen (16) students were unable to maintain an 80% average and were removed from the society.


During the month of February, 2014, a total of fifty (50) students were given membership badges. The Honour Society continues to encourage academic achievement.

Contributor: S. Lyn Quee

Editor: Nickiesha Findley

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