• SAT. OCT. 20, 2018 STATHS 0 10-20-2018
    1:00 PM
    Hydel 0
  • St. George’s College 0 10-20-2018
    1:00 PM
    Mona High 0
  • Jamaica College 0 10-20-2018
    1:00 PM
    Calabar 0
  • SAT. OCT. 20, 2018 Petersfield 0 10-20-2018
    1:00 PM
    B.B. Coke 0
  • Charlemont 0 10-20-2018
    1:00 PM
    Browns Town 0
  • Lennon 0 10-20-2018
    1:00 PM
    Little London 0
  • SAT. OCT. 20, 2018 St. Catherine 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Charlie Smith 0
  • Kingston College 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Cumberland 0
  • Holy Trinity 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    St. Jago 0
  • SAT. OCT. 20, 2018 Cedric Titus 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Maggotty 0
  • Port Antonio 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Oracabessa 0
  • Garvey Maceo 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Seaforth 0
  • St. Mary High 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Old Harbour 0
  • Cornwall College 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Titchfield 0
  • Dinthill 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Herbert Morrison 0
  • Frome 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Christiana 0
  • Manchester 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Spalding 0
  • Rusea's 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    Mile Gully 0
  • Paul Bogle 0 10-20-2018
    3:00 PM
    St. James 0
  • STETHS 0 10-20-2018
    4:00 PM
    Vere Tech 0
History for Glenmuir

Glenmuir High created local high school football history on Friday after they became the first high school team to advance on the away goal rule...

Mile Gully gets jump on Rusea's

For the second year running Rusea's High will have to dig themselves out of a hole after losing the first leg of the second round tie in the...

Big win for Clarendon

Dinthill Technical and Clarendon College, both semi-finalists last season, scored big wins on Wednesday as the second round of the ISSA/Wata...

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History for Glenmuir

Glenmuir High created local high school football history on Friday after they became the first high…

Mile Gully gets jump on Rusea's

For the second year running Rusea's High will have to dig themselves out of a hole after losing the…

Big win for Clarendon

Dinthill Technical and Clarendon College, both semi-finalists last season, scored big wins on…

STGC, JC takes comfortable first leg leads

ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup continued today at the day at the Spanish Town Prison Oval beaten finalist…
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Manning Cup first round action round up

The first round of the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup competition has been completed with the best…

Cumberland High advances to second round

Cumberland high advances to the second round of the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup competition. Coach…

Dcup second round decided

St James, Maggotty, Spalding, Browns Town, Oracabessa, St Mary Technical, Titchfield, Glenmuir…

Christiana 20th team to advance

Christiana High is the 20th school to qualify for the second round of the ISSA/Wata daCosta Cup…

Wolmer’s, Holy Trinity through to the knockout round

Wolmer’s Boys, Holy Trinity advance to the knockout stage of the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup…

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Maggotty High prepares for 2nd round of DCup 2018
Maggotty High prepares for 2nd round of DCup 2018

The Maggotty High School 2018 squad prepares for their second round encounter against Cedric Titus.

Marlon Dayes repping Jamaicn Schoolboyfootball
Marlon Dayes repping Jamaicn Schoolboyfootball

Meet Atlanta based Delta First Officer Marlon Dayes, recently featured in the Jamaican Gleaner, reping his school Wolmer’s Boys and www.schoolboyfootball.com

Janieve Russell repping Holmwood Tech
Janieve Russell repping Holmwood Tech

Jamaica national 400m hurdler @janieverussell_ representing @holmwood_technical_high her alma mater in the ISSA/WATA Da Costa Cup competition. #schoolboyfootball2018 #dacostacup #holmwoodtechnical #wata #puma #jamaica #football

 Jamaica College

Registered Colors:
Dark Blue
City:
Old Hope Road, Kingston

Jamaica College is a prominent secondary school located in St. Andrew, Jamaica. It provides traditional classroom education to its students in a variety of subject areas. The institution caters to students aged 11 to 19 years.

First established as a boarding school for boys, Jamaica College has remained a single-sex school with the boarding facilities removed. The school provides education to around 1,800 boys and has over 100 teaching and administrative staff.

The institution is widely known in Jamaica for both its academic and sporting achievements, and has produced many influential members of Jamaican society.


Our Mission

To deliver quality education and opportunities for social development in order to enable our students to become well-rounded individuals and leaders who excel in their chosen areas of endeavor, thereby playing integral roles in the development and enrichment of our country.

This will be achieved through the provision of a comprehensive curriculum; a nurturing and safe environment by motivated and qualified teachers and staff and in partnership with our parents alumni and community.


Our Vision

A financially self sustaining institution where every student achieves his potential, displays positive character traits and is supported by a highly motivated and well trained team that is committed to producing learners in an ethically positive environment in which teaching and learning thrive.

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