St. Ann´s Bay High School (St. Ann´s Bay, JM)

A coeducational institution established in 1972. It is situated in the town of St. Ann’s Bay on the Seventh-day Adventist church site, and is operated by the Central Jamaica Conference. In 1993 the enrollment was 146 students with 11 staff members. The school offers courses leading to the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC). Instruction is given in mathematics, English language, English literature, principles of business, principles of accounts, food and nutrition, biology, history, office procedures and religious education. Principals: V. Cato, 1972-1974; H. Cameron, 1974-1978; V. Chambers, 1978-1981; I. Riley, 1981-1984; R. McLean, 1984-1986; L. Lewis, 1986-1989; D. E. White, 1989-1990; R. Perrin, 1990-1992; L. Farquharson, 1992- .

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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