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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Charmaine Boland (McGhie) (1985)  7/25
•   Howard Boland (1982)  7/25
•   Angela Mair (Webb) (1977)  7/24
•   Gene Munsie (Mattis) (1981)  7/21
•   Kevin (Breedah) Capleton (1989)  7/19
•   Marcel Gray (1983)  7/18
•   Jullett Frazer (Sadaar (Current Principal))  7/10
•   Christopher Burns (1984)  7/10
•   Rhoan Walker (1997)  7/7
•   Karandie Grant (1999)  6/21
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WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in Alabama (USA)
1 lives in Alaska (USA)
2 live in Arkansas (USA)
1 lives in Armed Forces Pacific (USA)
7 live in California (USA)
1 lives in Colorado (USA)
6 live in Connecticut (USA)
1 lives in Delaware (USA)
82 live in Florida (USA)
20 live in Georgia (USA)
1 lives in Hawaii (USA)
3 live in Illinois (USA)
1 lives in Indiana (USA)
1 lives in Iowa (USA)
1 lives in Maine (USA)
13 live in Maryland (USA)
2 live in Massachusetts (USA)
4 live in Michigan (USA)
1 lives in Minnesota (USA)
1 lives in Mississippi (USA)
2 live in Missouri (USA)
1 lives in New Hampshire (USA)
11 live in New Jersey (USA)
73 live in New York (USA)
3 live in North Carolina (USA)
5 live in Ohio (USA)
3 live in Pennsylvania (USA)
2 live in South Carolina (USA)
1 lives in Tennessee (USA)
10 live in Texas (USA)
10 live in Virginia (USA)
2 live in Alberta (Canada)
1 lives in Nova Scotia (Canada)
24 live in Ontario (Canada)
1 lives in Quebec (Canada)
284 live in USA
30 live in Canada
4 live in Bahamas
3 live in Barbados
1 lives in Brazil
1 lives in Cayman Islands
1 lives in Denmark
1 lives in Ethiopia
1 lives in Gambia
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in Jordan
1 lives in Martinique
1 lives in Saint Kitts and Nevis
1 lives in Trinidad and Tobago
1 lives in Turks and Caicos Islands
23 live in United Kingdom
1 lives in Zimbabwe
1,812 location unknown

MISSING CLASSMATES


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     Founding members :   Donna Brown,  Wayne Champagnie, Maria Roper-Kong, Otis Sinclair, Rosemarie Boothe

     Purpose:  To form an alumni association to work along with St. Mary High School to fulfill the school's need in order for the school to function at it's highest level of efficiency and capacity. Our alumni association will also serve in our communities, local and abroad, to enhance the lives of those less fortunate.

 

    Mission Statement: To help facilitate a better teaching and learning environment for St Mary High School's faculty and students through financial contributions in areas deemed most dire.

 

 

Did you know that the current Solicitor General of Jamaica, Mr Douglas Leys, is a StMHS's past student?

One of Jamaica's biggest films, 'Shottas', was produced by StMHS's own Norman Silvera and directed by Charles Higgins both from the class of 1983.

 Former Govenor General, Sir Florizel Glasspole, personal limousine driver was a StMHS's past student.

For any and all information in regards to transcripts and other school information that you may need  from St Mary High School, please contact the school at email address stmaryhighschool@cwjamaica.com or phone 1-876-992-2311.

Anyone with pictures taken at SMHS which you'd like to share on this site, please send to rosemarieboothe@yahoo.com.  Please mention approx. date photo(s) were taken and names of people in photo(s).

 

microscopes

Head of the Science Department, Mrs. Rahena Phillips (right), recieving 8 microscopes that were donated to the school on June 13, 2011 by the North American Chapter of the St. Mary High School Past Student's Association. Presentation being made by Ms. Anne Spence (president of the local PSA chapter) and her brother Mr. Maurice Spence. The PSA would like to thank all who came out and supported the fundraiser events in Florida last April - you were the ones who made it possible.  Special thanks are in order to the Spence family, Mr. Wayne Williams, Mr. Dane Francis, and the Executive members of the PSA.

 

IN A THRILLING ENCOUNTER, ST MARY HIGH SCHOOL PREVAILED OVER CORNWALL COLLEGE IN THE FINALS OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA'S JAMAICA HIGH SCHOOLS' ALUMNI FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT PLAYED AT THE LOCKHART STADIUM (HOME OF THE FORT LAUDERDALE STRIKERS) ON LABOR DAY 9/5/11 IN FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA. Please click on 'Current News' for more.

Blast from the past

GIRLS CHAMPS 1972   class 1 100M

1st  D. Byfield                       Excelsior High

2nd  L. Hodges                   St. Mary High

3rd   F. Burrows                  Excelsior High

 

GIRLS CHAMPS 1972  class 1  200m

1st   D. Byfield                   Excelsior High

2nd  L. Hodges                St. Mary High

3rd   J. Tennant                 St. Andrew's High

 

GIRLS CHAMPS 1972  class 1  Long Jump

1st   F. Burrows                 Excelsior High

2nd  L. Hodges                 St. Mary High 

3rd  R. Brown                    St. Hilda's High

 

GIRLS CHAMPS 1972 class 4  100m

1st  L. Simms                   St. Mary High

2nd A. Moore                    Morant Bay High

3rd  E. Campbell              Meadowbrook High                      

(More results coming soon)

 

 

                                  

I know about all the great work you guys have been doing for the best school in the world. We are truly appreciative of such. I must say a big thank you on behalf of my batchmates though. My years at St. Mary High have been five of the most memorable years of my life. It has mold and shape me in order for me to contribute positively to society. I am wrong if I tell you that it has taught me how to fit into society. St. Mary High has improved my skills, knowledge, thinking ability and overall personality so that I always stand out wherever I go. Over the years, I have learnt not to try and blend or fit in with the crowd but to be an outstanding individual. Personally, there have been a lot of wonderful memories. Academically, I have earned a spot on the Honor Roll for five years placing 2nd among 40+ students, and in defined subject areas as well. This is all credited to the hard-working, courteous and warm-hearted teachers. I LOVE THESE PPL. Not to mention the ever motivating Mr Johnson...whom I miss so much. He was more than a father, brother and a friend to the entire school family. WOW...my journey there has been life changing, a change for the best. You guys have paved the path for us all as we continue following the foot prints you all left. It has been through FAITH AND COURAGE that we all continue to raise the banner of our school and keep ever floating high in the air above all. 

Molly-Gay B. (Class of 2010)