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JC Old Boy, Jerome Cowans, applauded by President Obama

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During a town hall meeting with young leaders at the University of the West Indies on April 9, 2015, President Obama opened his address by congratulating, Jamaica College Old Boy, Jerome Cowans for his exemplary work. Though President Obama is remembered by many for his use of the patois in greeting Jamaica, for the Jamaica […]

The Beginnings of the Culinary Arts at JC

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With the compliments of Philip Gore and the Appliance Traders Group (ATL), the College was presented with a Food and Nutrition Lab facility on March 6, 2013. In keeping with global trends and emerging non-traditional opportunities for employment and advancement, the foods lab is a step in the right direction. At present, the local culinary […]

Anime Fandom at JC

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Anime is a style of animation that originated and is still heavily centred in Japan. In Japanese culture, an individual with avid enthusiasm in anime and manga (Japanese comic books), is referred to as “otaku”. The otakus at JC have bonded together in the name of anime and have come together to form the Jamaica […]

Road to Festival

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Jamaica College has successfully launched its JCDC Festival of the Arts season with advancements into the Parish Finals of several categories of the competition. College men have breezed through the audition phases of the dance and speech competitions, and have also qualified in the music category with the singers, college band and the cultural drummers […]

JC Continues to Shine

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On January 12, 2015, Howard Johnson of 6B and Owayne Russell of 6B2 were both recipients of the prize for Best Idea Pitch Competition. This was held at the University of Technology to celebrate the Global Entrepreneurship week 2014. They were presented with their prizes at the Entrepreneurship Seminar.   Author: Marjorie Wright

JC- Champions for Peace 2015

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Having captured the most coveted titles in school boys’ football, Jamaica College has now set its eyes on the Athletics Championship. Clearly, there is merit to the saying that if you are confident and positive in expressing your dreams, the universe will conspire to help you attain it. In order to clear this hurdle, JC […]

Lighting the Fire within the Fifth Formers

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    When the Fifth Formers returned to school in January 2015, they were left no doubt as to what was expected of them. Administrators, teachers, mentors and parents were on hand to remind them. The expectations have not changed and we continue to hope that they are tending the flame that was lit in […]

JC Bids Mrs. Collette Feurtardo-Pryce Farewell

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“In the end, you’re measured not by how much you undertake but what you finally accomplish.” ~Donald Trump The Jamaica College family gathered to express appreciation and to bid farewell to Mrs. Collette Feurtardo-Pryce.  Mrs. Pryce, who was senior Vice Principal at Jamaica College, has taken up the position of Principal at the Tarrant High […]

“Invincible Determination” Puts JC Ahead

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In front of a sizeable crowd at the Catherine Hall Sports Complex in western Jamaica, Jamaica College faced its first LIME Super Cup match up against home favourites Cornwall College. Both teams played a goalless first half before returning to the field to battle for the win. A 63rd minute equalizer from Raffique Bryan brought […]

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