Basketball The Under 19 team lost the all-island finals by 8 points to finish as all island runners up. Basketball continues with the under 14 competition set to start in April. Table Tennis The under 16 team finished fourth, after making it to the semi-final round. The under 19 team failed to make it beyond […]
JC recorded what seemed to be a walk over victory against XLCR with a 4-0 win at the National Stadium on Saturday, November 16, 2013. It was no surprise that JC came to win, after conceding to XLCR in the Walker Cup knockout competition only weeks before. An early goal by captain Junior Flemmings in […]
On May 8, 2013, Jamaica College treated its hard-working academic staff to a teacher’s day celebration unlike any other. The staff members were treated to a host of games and surprises; including a piñata contest with a twist, a Harlem shake-off and an impromptu talent segment. Needless to say the staff-members present were thoroughly entertained, […]
In recent times at Jamaica College heavy schoolbags have been an overbearing problem for our boys. This problem has wreaked havoc in our school. Sadly, this does not only create a problem for J.C boys but most high schools island wide. We have many solutions on the table and one of these options needs to […]
Old Hope Road is known for many accidents due to the deadly practice of speeding by many drivers. Jamaica College, one of the top high schools in Jamaica, is situated on this deadly track. Why then isn’t there a pedestrian crossing at both the entrance and exit to the school? One pedestrian crossing is not […]
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.