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The Holy Childhood Prep School has been in existence for over 83 years. It was founded and based on strong Christian Principles (one of the Franciscan Missionary Sisters of th e Roman Catholic Church Schools).

2014 Government Scholarship Awardee (GSat)

Named as one of Educate Jamaica Gold Standard School i.e at prep schools whose GSAT Results have been consistently above average (Jamaica Gleaner, December 2013) Named in the top 100 schools island wide for GSAT Scores 2013

Named in top 40 schools in Kingston & St Andrew GSAT Scores 2013 (Jamaica Gleaner, 2013)

First Fully Technology Driven Early Childhood Centre (Interactive Learning Technologies and Communication with Parents Digitally

- Online registration & reporting
- security cameras where parents can check in at anytime)

Accept Debit and Credit Cards

All teachers and assistant teachers have credentials and or training in Early Childhood and Primary School Education.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Sts Peter & Paul Prep Sch was established on February 23, 1963. Sts Peter & Paul Prep Sch discharges functions through three divisions such as Kindergarten, Lower and Upper Sc hool. Sts Peter & Paul Prep Sch caters to over 900 students and has a compliment of teachers boasting specialists in the areas of Music, Spanish, Religious and Physical Education. Read more......Read less

 
 

Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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“Destiny is, no matter of chance. It is a matter of choice: It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved”. “I came to Jamaica in 1982 at the request of my uncle who wanted me to help at the infamous Fah Mee Restaurant on Half Way Tree Road. My tasks included the washing up of dishes, cutting up of meats, vegetables and the seasoning of the various Chinese style meats. I never knew one single word in English. At the time, perhaps this was a good thing, because since I could not communicate with my Jamaican coworkers, I communicated with my hands, by outmanoeuvring and outpacing them in the kitchen. As the years passed, I began to catch a few English words. My uncle later decided that it was time for me to be formally enrolled in English classes, and so he sent me to evening school in Kingston to learn English.

After five years, I had earned enough money to buy myself a small van, and so in 1987 I began traversing the 14 parishes of Jamaica, where I just sold a nything that could be traded, including batteries, hair products and haberdasheries”.

It was in this journey that I met some very interesting persons who were my customers and later became some of my dearest friends, including Keith Lyn, Patrick Lyn (now deceased) and Paul Lyn who operated Samfo Supermarket in Spalding. In 1992 I had saved enough money to rent a small shop on Princess Street, downtown Kingston, which was called Bargain Wholesale. The business was very successful, and needed expansion, hence in 1997 my family joined me from China and we rented a bigger shop so that we could expand the business and create additional employment. My brother Peter Wong, sisters Joyce and Theresa helped me greatly to make the business a success for which I am grateful. Grace Kennedy Company Limited, especially Mr. Erwin Burton, assisted us by offering us extended credit terms and limits, which allowed us to expand and perhaps explained the success achieved at the venture.

In 19 99, my brother Peter and I were invited to look at a location at Northside Plaza in Liguanea, St. Andrew for the possible opening of a Chinese restaurant. The first few years of business were very challenging as we had no customer base and no goodwill. With hard work and perseverance, our customer base began to grow. Our loyal customers, many of whom still patronise us today have withstood with us the hands of time. To them all I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation for their continued support.

I also want to thank Julie Wong, who has been interacting with the customers over the last 8 years. Her dedication, support, superb customer service skills, ideas and creativity have not escaped my attention. Thanks to our Chinese chefs for doing an excellent job.
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With only 105 first form students and a faculty of four Jesuit Fathers, Campion College opened its doors on January 5, 1960 and the first lessons were given that day in a pavi lion and in classrooms borrowed from Campion Hall Preparatory School. Campion Hall Prep had been founded in January 1940 when Rt. Reverend Thomas A. Emmet, S.J., D.D., was Vicar Apostolic of Jamaica and V. Reverend Thomas J. Feeney, S.J. was uperior.It began on the premises of St. George’s College but moved to Roslyn Hall (now known as Campion Hall) at 115 Old Hope Road on January 6, 1942.

To make room for the growing needs of Campion College, the prep school graduated its last class in December 1962, just as twenty-two years earlier it had taken in its first students to supply the needs of St. George’s College.

In just over 50 years, Campion has become the premier high school in the island with over 1400 students. Some of the highlights in the history of the school include:
• The addition of a 6th form programme in 1967
• The transition from a private school to a grant-aided, coeducational public school in 1976
• The school’s outstanding academic record, which has resulted in its awards for Top CSEC & CAPE School based on its examination results over several years
• The numerous national and international awards and scholarships its graduates have received including 14 Rhodes Scholarships.

True to its Jesuit identity, the school’s mission is to create “men and women for others” by forming graduates who are “intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving and committed to justice.” To that end, the school has a rigorous academic curriculum as well as a carefully designed, expansive co-curricular programme for character formation. This co-curricular programme includes some 40 clubs and 15 sports and features service clubs which range from the Interact and Key Club, to the Ministry Outreach (which visits children and senior homes weekly), to the Champ ions Homework Club, whereby Campion students tutor children from the inner-city community of nearby Chamber’s Lane.

CAMPION & THE SOCIETY OF JESUS
Not only did the Society establish the school, but its Jesuit Fathers also served as members of staff, encouraging willing young minds in all aspects of learning, and laying foundations in religion, the arts, and science.

Jesuits who have served at Campion College over the years include: Archbishop Samuel Carter (First Headmaster, 1960- 1964), Fr. William Raftery, Fr. John Dorsey, Fr. Farrell, Fr. Ashe, Fr. Coleman, Fr. Ruddy, Fr. Delaney, Br. Clarke, Fr. Bowman, Fr. Reil, Fr. Barry, Fr. Krim, Fr. Macmillan and Fr. Cowley.

Today, Fr. Joseph MacWade, Fr. Con Mulvihill and the Chairman of the School Board, Fr. Peter McIsaac, continue the tradition of Jesuit service to the school.
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Restaurant Associates Limited, franchisee of Burger King and Popeyes Jamaica, began operations in Jamaica in December 1984. Over the years, the company has expanded its locati ons and now boasts twenty-six (26) stores island-wide. Today, Burger King’s name has become embedded in the hearts of all Jamaicans and has formed good relations with customers, suppliers and shareholders alike.

Burger King believes strongly in nation building and as such, the company has invested heavily in youth, education, sports and entertainment. Some of our programmes that promote and enrich these facets include the Burger King National Scholarship Programme, the Burger King National Secondary and Primary Schools' Debating Competition, the Burger King/YMCA Prep and Primary Schools' Swim Meet and the Burger King Grand Prix Road Race Series. These ventures have blossomed tremendously and have produced and nurtured young men and women of great substance - academically, socially and morally.

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Rehoboth Apostolic Church converts people from darkness to light, and give them an opportunity to real life in the present and hope to live forever in all eternity with the sa nctified and blessed. Rehoboth Apostolic Church also involves in career development and motivation, marriages, parenting, financing, education, family life, Sunday school, basic, primary, prim-prep, secondary and vocational bible schools, reading and writing classes, feeding programme and general welfare development. Read more......Read less

 
 

Emann Prep Kindergarten & Child Care Centre sits on a hill where it houses 10 class rooms, 5 bathrooms, a library and computer room, an administrative office and a spacious pl ayground situated at the front of the property. Our class rooms are student friendly and are in keeping with the Early Childhood and Primary standards. The school is also registered with the Ministry of Education. Read more......Read less

 
 

St. Ann's Bay High & Prep School is a Seventh Day Adventist Institution established over 50 years ago. We welcome children between the ages of 3 and 12 years of age. Our small class sizes allow our students to excel as they benefit for individualised attention from our trained teacher.

We believe in producing rounded individuals as such students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities which includes sports, arts, clubs and languages.

We offer one of the best rates in St. Ann and also extend a discount where you have 2 or more children registered. We also offer parents the flexibility to make payments via direct debit.

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