Willowdene High School (Spanish Town, JM)

A coeducational day institution on the senior high school level situated on four acres (1.5 hectares) of land at 58 Brunswick Avenue, Spanish Town, Jamaica, West Indies, operated by the Central Jamaica Conference. The school began operating in 1965. It was named after the original Willowdene School, the first mission school founded by the Seventh-day Adventists in Jamaica. The original school was relocated to Mandeville as West Indian Training College. Willowdene High School began with a preparatory department (grades 1-6), and a high school department. In 1986 a kindergarten department was added, and an evening institute in 1991. The curriculum includes courses leading to the Caribbean Examination Council examination (CXC) and the Cambridge General Certificate of Education examination (GC...

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

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58 Brunswick Avenue
Spanish Town