The complex is administered by a Board of Trustees appointed by the United Church. Each school operates under its own principal and board of management, nominated by the church and established by the Ministry of Education.
Co-Founders of the complex of schools are Rev. Lewis Davidson – First Principal and Mr. David Bent-First Bursar and Builder. Other pioneers of the school include workers such as Mr. Leo Jones, Mr. Louis Byles, Mrs. Gloria Swaby, Mr. Richard Clarage, Mr. George Scott, Dr. Barbara Jones and Mrs. Helen Stills.
Knox College is a grant-aided secondary institution. It remains today as the only secondary co-educational boarding school in Jamaica. Most students come from the surrounding districts and towns. However, a significant number of students are from other parishes throughout the island.
|Spalding, Clarendon, Jamaica|
|Motto||Niti Sevire Neque Cedere
(To Strive to Serve and Not to Yield)
|Denomination||United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands|
|Founder||David Bent & Lewis Davidson|
|School district||Spalding hill|
|Principal||Mrs Maxine Josephs-Platt (Acting)|
|Grades||grade 7 – 6th form|
|Gender||male & female|
|Average class size||40|
|Medium of language||English|
|Hours in school day||six hours forty minutes|
|Houses||Forbes Dennis, Grant, Murray and Webster|
|School colour(s)||red, blue and white|
|Nickname||“The Big Big School”|