Cultural Drummers Create History

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The Jamaica College Cultural Drummers, under the tutelage of Robert Malcolm, copped national gold in the 2014 National Festival of the Arts for their entry in the Traditional Form Ensemble (15 years and under) Drumming category. In a spirited performance of the paradoxically titled “Whispering Folk”, the drummers put on a showcase of technique and […]

Karl Hendrickson: Honoured

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Karl Hendrickson (Martin Luther King Jr, Humanitarian Award) On Saturday May 24, 2014 Karl Hendrickson was awarded in an appropriate scene The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, in New Kingston Had a gala dinner to honour this JC son. His Old friend Danny was in his elements Calling Karl, “an entrepreneurial genius, a …humanitarian who keeps silent” […]

“Together Wi Strong” Sadeki Street

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We, the mature generation, often lambaste the lyrics of songs that enthrall the young.  The majority of them are thought to be morally debasing and bereft of up building and positive content.  In fact, if these songs were made into movies they would be rated X. It gives me great pleasure to endorse one of […]

Peace Mek It Work Fi Wi!

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Champs may be over but Jamaica College Student Council President, Harry Lee-Quee, continues to challenge schoolers to maintain peace. The peace for Champs initiative was one which started with the Jamaica Constabulary Force and rival high schools across Kingston, St. Andrew and St. Catherine. This campaign brought student leaders from the various high schools to […]

Making the Best Better – 4H Garden Clean Up

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          Under the watchful eyes of faculty advisor, Debra Tomlinson-Anderson, the Jamaica College arm of the Jamaica 4H Clubs underwent a massive clean-up of the school garden/greenhouse area. The garden was sponsored as a part of the National School Garden Programme, an initiative of the Ministry of Agriculture, umbrella organization for […]

Ryan Bowen Needs Our Help!

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[“For indeed, the body is made up not of one member but of many… Nevertheless, God has so composed the body, giving greater honor to the part that had a lack…so that its members should have mutual concern for one another.  If one member suffers, all the other members suffer with it…” 1Corinthians 12:14-26 NWT] […]

Profiling the Turnaround Principal

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When Ian Boyne, the moderator of the popular interview show, Profile, dubbed Senator Reid ‘the turnaround Principal’, many people were not aware of his long list of accomplishments.  Thankfully, they have been enlightened and are now better able to appreciate the magnitude of the man.  Since there have been many articles highlighting his career, this […]

Left-Right-Left! – Cadets on Parade!

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  Lt. Sakina Grant – Officer Commanding, was in fine form on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 when she led her platoon for inspection. The event took place at the Jamaica College campus at 15:00 hrs. There was a display in front of the Headquarters observed by inspecting Officer Lt. Col. A1 Stewart Gaynor and Senator […]

Our Parents are Winners Too

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Jamaica College P.T.A hosted the National Parents Teachers’ Association, held on the 30th November 2013 in the Karl Hendrickson Auditorium.  They also won two computers for the P.T.A Shop by virtue of having the largest contingent. Mr. Collin Greenland, president of the Jamaica College P.T.A. proudly welcomed those present as active stake holders.  He commended […]

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