Third-form students at Convent of Mercy Alpha Academy were able to benefit from the expertise of a number of persons from different professions who visited the institution during a recent staging of career day. Following devotion and a show of spectacle from the school's dance troupe, soldiers from various levels of the country's defence, personnel from the security industry, a film producer, nurse, medical technologist and others...
Chad Bryan, Youthlink Writer
Sheena Gayle, Gleaner Writer
High school students in western Jamaica took advantage of the opportunity to sharpen their skills in the Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) subjects, mathematics and English language, ahead of their upcoming external exams. The opportunity was made available to them via Youthlink's CSEC Examination Techniques Seminar.
Jannell Bachass, Youthlink Writer
Grange Hill High School, located on Belle Isle Road in Grange Hill, Westmoreland, sits on some five acres of land that was donated by the then West Indies Sugar Company.
Opened in 1969, Grange Hill High was built to accommodate 810 students and instantly became an integral part of the community. It has grown steadily within the last few years to accommodate its current population of 1,500 students.