Knox College High ranks 12 of 163 in Jamaica’s All Island Secondary School Rankings – 2014

From a field of 163 high schools across Jamaica, Knox College High ranked 12 with 91.8% grade 11 cohort attaining Five (5) subjects with English and/or Mathematics. The results are based on the results of the 2013 CSEC examination results. Knox College High and DeCarteret College remain the only two schools within the parish of Manchester that […]

Mr Alexander Bourne-From student to teacher to principal

“The young man who had entered the classroom with much trepidation – not even knowing what a lesson plan was – and scaring students half to death as a nervous wreck, moved on from just teaching math to becoming a senior teacher, head of the Math Department, writer of the curriculum for the subject area, […]

Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2014- ‘Yet I Rise’

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” –Nelson Mandela.  On the 4th of July 2014, 163 fifth form students sought to do just that when they celebrated the completion of their high school careers at Knox College High School. As they embark on a new chapter in their […]

From a field of 25 participating high schools, Knox College copped the first prize – the Pepsi Cola Troph

Top performers in the 38th United Nations Model Assembly last year, were officially presented with their prizes by Governor-General, His Excellency the Most Hon. Sir Patrick Allen. From a field of 25 participating high schools, Knox College copped the first prize – the Pepsi Cola Trophy Related Links

Knoxite Tajaun Gibbison wins Gleaner Spelling Bee competition-finishes in top 10 at Scripps Spelling Bee

  Spalding, Clarendon:STUDENTS AND teachers of the Knox College in Clarendon yesterday were ecstatic at the accomplishment of The Gleaner‘s Children’s Own Spelling Bee sensation Tajaun Gibbison who finished in 10th place out of 281 entrants in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, DC.   Related Links: