On Tuesday January 21, 2014, several representatives from high schools across the cooperate area, gathered at the Half Way Tree Police Station. This was in an effort to launch the new theme: Peace for Champs, “Building Confidence Uplifting Values”. The Coordinator, Sgt. F. Clarke, encouraged those present to help to uplift the values, especially in […]
Basketball The basketball competition has begun and is now in the semi-final stages. The under- 16 team is still in contention for the title as they play in the semi- final on January 17, 2014 but the Under 19 team lost to Kingston College by 2 points on the 16th just a day earlier . […]
The JC family wishes to congratulate Mr. Ruel Bancroft Reid, Principal, on his appointment as Senator. He was sworn in on Thursday November 28, 2013. He is expected to take his seat in the next sitting of the Senate. Initially, some were skeptical about his ability to perform the tasks of principal and senator. Reid […]
The reputation of Jamaica College suffered recently when, for weeks it was presented in a negative light in the media, due to the indiscretion of one part time teacher. The Principal, Mr. Ruel Reid, was proactive and supported the investigation by CXC, which resulted in the cancellation of the CAPE Physics examination results of 70 […]
Five years ago, Jamaica College (JC) was a hotbed for indiscipline and sporadic violent outbreaks, but things have currently mellowed on the school compound. Principal Reid states “We have done the hard work by transforming the environment to get discipline back in the school and we are now going to reap the fruits of that […]
Mr. Pitkin, the Dean of Discipline (DOD) at Jamaica College made it clear that students who break the school rules by making personal adjustments to their uniforms will not be tolerated! The DOD also emphasized that whenever a student is accepted to attend Jamaica College, they, along with their parents, are required to sign a […]
Sixth-form students at the prestigious all-boys” institution, Jamaica College (JC), are now smiling from ear to ear following a multimillion-dollar donation that saw the complete makeover of the institution”s sixth-form block. The money was a gift from Tara Abrahams-Clivio and Jason Abrahams in memory of their late father, Eric Anthony Abrahams. A former politician and […]
The oldest JC Old Boy that we are aware of, Henry George deRichmond Helps who attended JC from 1922-1928 died on March 8, 2013 in Georgia, USA, where he lived with his daughter. He was in his 103rd year. Hailing from Annotto Bay, St. Mary, Mr. Helps received a scholarship to JC where he boarded. There, he excelled academically […]
On March 6, 2013, the second form hosted its annual dinner. The event – which was the brain child of Mrs. Annie Blake-Williams, acting vice Principal in charge of the lower school – was hosted under the theme “Believing is Achieving”. Of the 325 boys within the year group, approximately 260 participated in the dinner.
The most talked about topic of our time is the involvement of entertainers in the cultic group known as the illuminati: free mason: devil worship. The issue sweeps across Jamaica increasingly through our artist and other key roles in society.