Glenmuir High School
Past Students' Association

Brunch 6 Mobile
Brunch 5 Mobile
Brunch 4 Mobile
Brunch 3 Mobile
Younger-Students
Glenmuir High School
Past Students' Association
Brunch 7 Mobile
Priest
Brunch 8 Mobile
Brunch 2 Mobile
Principal
Brunch 1 Mobile
previous arrow
next arrow

Flagrans Veritatis Studio!

Welcome to our online platform which connects the Glenmuir Family everywhere. Let's use this platform to keep in touch and work together for the benefit of our beloved Alma Mater. Semper Flagrans!

0

Registered Members

NEWS

Jamaican Dr. Tashni-Ann Dubroy Named One of Washington Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business”

On October 7, 2021, Jamaican academic and United States university administrator Tashni-Ann Dubroy, Ph.D., will be celebrated at one of the most popular signature events sponsored by the Washington Business Journal, a live in-person celebration that recognizes the most influential businesswomen in the Washington DC area. This will be the 18th annual staging of the “Women Who…
Read More

Glenmuir sixth-former donates tablets, laptops to students

Jaleel Williams, who is now in his final year of sixth form at Glenmuir High School, said he could not ignore the needs of his fellow students for gadgets to accommodate their classes. Cognisant of the fact that many were struggling with online classes as a result of the lack, he said he felt compelled…
Read More

Congratulations Judith Campbell, Class of 1978, on being awarded the Badge of Honour for Long and Faithful Service!

The Flagrans family celebrates Judith for being awarded the BADGE OF HONOUR FOR LONG AND FAITHFUL SERVICE (BH{L}) for thirty-seven (37) years of service to the Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ). Miss Campbell will receive her award at the 59th National Honours and Awards Ceremony in October 2021. Please click here to read more about…
Read More

Congratulations Donald Clarke, Class of 1969, on being inducted into the SFNet Hall of Fame!

Proud alumnus Donald Clarke, who is the President  & CEO of Asset Based Lending Consultants, becomes one of only 14 Executive Directors of the Secured Financial Network (SFNet). He also serves as the Education Chair responsible for overseeing continuing education programs for member banks and lenders in the US. He has been inducted into the Secured…
Read More

Rosheika ready to move Jamaica’s sports into the big leagues

More than 270 Jamaicans have been awarded Chevening Scholarships since Jamaica’s first cohort in 1984. Founded in 1983, Chevening is the United Kingdom Government’s global scholarship programme aimed at developing global leaders through providing the opportunity to undertake postgraduate study in the UK. This year 17 outstanding Jamaicans were selected for the scholarship. Today the Jamaica…
Read More

Tashana Brown Plans to Break the Cycle of Poverty Through Education

The hurdles of no texbooks, and sometimes no lunch money, did not deter Tashana Brown, a York Town Primary School student who aced the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examinations and copped a place at Glenmuir High School in Clarendon. Compounding the challenges of an already-strenuous school life, Tashana was forced to venture into a neighbouring…
Read More

Glenmuir High student cops chess championship

EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD SHAMIR Martin, a lower sixth-form student at Glenmuir High School, last Saturday walked away with the 18-and-under trophy in the National Age Group Chess Championship. The event was held online and for Martin, while it was strange, as he was used to the face-to-face competitions, he was able to keep his focus and get…
Read More

Jamaica-born nurse Sandra Lindsay leads parade honouring NYC essential workers

Sandra Lindsay, the Jamaica-born critical care nurse who was the first person in the United States to get a COVID-19 vaccine, will today lead a parade in New York City to honour essential and other workers for their contributions to help fight the pandemic. Lindsay was selected to be the Grand Marshall for the New…
Read More

Former Glenmuir Student Graduates with Honours in Animal Science

Twenty-year-old Jamaican student Daija Nekeya Thompson recently graduated from the University of Alabama with honours. Daija, former head girl of Mineral Heights Primary and past student of Glenmuir High in Clarendon, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in animal health science, magna cum laude. While still basking in her honorary success, she noted, however, the journey was…
Read More

Celebrating Women in Engineering La’Toya Jackson-Morgan

La’Toya Jackson-Morgan Chemical Engineer Assistant Vice- President Project Management Office, NWC Latoya Jackson-Morgan is the first female water production manager at the National Water Commission (NWC). In her current capacity as the Assistant Vice-President of the agency’s Project Management Office, she provides leadership, coordination and management of the processes and functions of the office. “I…
Read More

Jaria Chairman Ewan Simpson Harmonises Music And Law

Ewan Simpson, chairman of the board for the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA) and an attorney-at-law, is no ordinary guy. An alum of Glenmuir High School in Clarendon, The University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona and Cave Hill campuses and the Università degli Studi di Torino in Italy, Simpson has also traversed the spheres…
Read More

UWI med student overcomes hurdles, assists students in her community

Dowesha Williams is a third year, pre-clinical medical student who will be transitioning to rotations in hospitals soon. She is also on the Dean’s List for the Faculty of Medical Sciences (MBBS) as well as an Honour Roll student on the Elsa Leo-Rhynie Towers Hall. In addition, she is an active member of several clubs…
Read More

Glenmuir student aces SAT, selected to participate in SPISE at UWI Cave Hill

GLENMUIR HIGH School lower sixth form student Jaleel Williams has a lot to smile about as he earned a score of 1,550 out of 1,600 in the Scholastic Aptitude Test and he has been selected as one of the elite students who will participate in the Caribbean Science Foundation SPISE (Student Programme for Innovation in…
Read More

Please donate to Christophe Myrie cancer treatment

Christophe Myrie has been diagnosed with stage 4 Osteosarcoma and we’re seeking help to send him to Mexico for specialized treatment.  The treatment will cost approximately $30,000 USD and the family will appreciate all the help we can get. Click the link below to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-christophe-cancer-treatment
Read More

Dr Smalling POWERS UP WITH POSITIVITY

Dr Marsha Smalling, principal of Glenmuir High School in Clarendon, hopes that her first published work will bring about positivity and hope in all readers. “I definitely want it to inspire people to action. I want it to be used as a reference when persons are desirous of transforming their valley moments into moments of…
Read More

Glenmuir Principal Pens Book to Inspire, Share Journey Living with Lupus

Dr Marsha Smalling, principal of Glenmuir High School in Clarendon, has been fighting lupus since 2003. On Sunday, during the official launch of her book, Powered Up: Leveraging Six Pillars to Live Out Loud, she gave an insight into her life and how she embraced her autoimmune disease to live out loud. She shared that…
Read More

Clarendon native building engineering career at China Harbour

For many high school students, the decision to choose one career path over the next usually takes much thought and conversation, but for Clarendon native Carlton Irvin, it was a no brainer. The former Glenmuir High School standout knew from a very early age that his career path will lead him into working with building…
Read More

Remembering Rt Rev Dr Percival William Gibson (1893 – 1970)

Fifty years have passed since the death of the Right Reverend Percival William Gibson, MLC, DD, BA, CBE, and during that period far too little has been done to educate the Jamaican people on the life and work of one of their greatest sons. His contribution to the growth and transformation of the Diocese of Jamaica…
Read More

Powered Up: Leveraging 6 Pillars to Live out Loud

Checkout this book published by principal Dr. Marsha Smalling. The book is available for purchase on Amazon.
Read More

Season’s Greetings

Fellow Alumni, 2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented events. COVID-19 has adversely impacted the lives of all of us in so many ways. We offer our condolences and prayers to those who lost loved ones and salute those who continue to serve us, at great risk, on the front line. We are relieved…
Read More

EnDH Foundation Mask Donation

Special thanks to the Enid & Daphne Henry foundation for their student mask donation to the Glenmuir High School.
Read More

Global Telethon Proceeds Handover

Special thanks to the Glenmuir Alumni Association Florida Chapter for raising $3,057,605.00 during their global telethon held on September 26, 2020. The funds will go a long way in helping to improve the lives of current Glenmuir students.
Read More

From Canada With Love – Clarendonian Ships Home 17 Barrels Of Essentials For His Communities

Kareem Constantine is a satisfied man after shipping off from Canada 17 barrels of food stuff, toiletries, cleaning supplies, and other essentials for individuals of various communities in Clarendon, where he spent his formative years. The Glenmuir High past student, who now calls Canada home, said he has one mission in mind and that is…
Read More

Teen Kindness Shines On Needy Family

Karlene Weir of Palmers Cross in Clarendon says her life has been changed by the generosity of a 14-year-old. In an interview with The Gleaner, the mother of three detailed the years of struggle to fend for her children. With her husband disabled, Weir said that her daughter Kephana’s tenure throughout primary school were the hardest…
Read More

Glenmuir Student Rises Above the Challenges

Shemario Geddes is a picture of resilience and hope. Geddes holds seven Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) subjects, including six grades ones, and four units of Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE), copping two grade ones. His journey to success, however, was no easy feat. Geddes graduated from Treadlight Primary in Clarendon as the most outstanding…
Read More

Spanish Is My Passion, Says Master Teacher

Stephany Allen, Spanish teacher at the Clarendon-based Glenmuir High School, was recently named a master teacher by the National College of Educational Leadership. The title is bestowed on teachers who make an indelible impact on the profession, having mastered the art and science of teaching, achieving excellence in current practices. Allen, who has worked assiduously…
Read More

GHS Alumni Awarded Prestigious Chevening Scholarship

A three-time cancer survivor and physically challenged physiotherapist who wants to boost Jamaica’s purple economy, and a senior reporter/producer at Television Jamaica who wants to help improve the standard of journalism are among 14 Jamaicans awarded Chevening Scholarships, to pursue master’s degrees in the United Kingdom this year. The 2020–21 scholars — who were selected…
Read More

TVJ Goes ‘Rolling With Deiwght Peters’

“It will be hilarious fun! Exclusive celebrity interviews and behind-the-scenes, international runway shows and features, politicians, supermodels, breakout stars, pop culture highlights, island magic and more,” shares a wildly enthusiastic Deiwght Peters on his newest TV show, Rolling with Deiwght Peters – from Jamaica to the World. The show will feature guests from across the world.…
Read More

Former Glenmuir Choir Members Coming Together

Voices of former members of the Glenmuir Choir coming together to inspire us at this time
Read More

Glenmuir High School, Donors Provide COVID-19 Relief

GLENMUIR HIGH School in Clarendon has formed an alliance with donors, locally and overseas, to alleviate the strain imposed on some families by the novel coronavirus. The virus has infected over five million people worldwide, resulting in more than 300,000 deaths, and has had crippling effects on economies as businesses try to stay afloat with…
Read More

Dr Jacquiline Bisasor-McKenzie – The woman in control

DR Jacquiline Bisasor-McKenzie is a picture of calm authority when we see her at the weekly COVID-19 press briefings at Jamaica House, but beneath that composure is a woman fortified by tragedy and immense challenges. Dealing with the effects of major surgery last December, then the crushing pain of losing her sister to cancer on…
Read More

UWI Student Develops Healthcare Gadget

Second-year University of the West Indies student Javier Bryan, 20, has been developing a device that is able to remotely monitor a person’s vital signs. Bryan, who is reading for a Bachelor of Science degree in electronics and computer science, started creating the machine after COVID-19 reached Jamaica. “I have been working on it since…
Read More

Bold, Fearless JDF Not Backing From COVID-19 Enemy

COLONEL Mahatma Williams, acting brigade commander for the Jamaica Regiment, Jamaica Defence Force (JDF), says the military is well-equipped to play its part in fighting the unconventional enemy that is the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). “We are just a cog in the overall wheel that makes the solution. We are conducting our role and we are…
Read More

COVID-19 and tourism partnership

As a global phenomenon, tourism encompasses activities to include visitor flows, visitor spending, and the international ownership of tourism businesses. It was projected that these, among other activities, would collectively facilitate international tourism growth in 2020 to surpass the 2019 figures of US$9.12 billion in total contribution of travel and tourism to global gross domestic…
Read More

Schools Gear Up For Robotics Championship

Thirty schools will be competing in the second staging of the FIRST Tech Challenge Jamaica – National Robotics Championship later this month. The teams from Glenmuir High School in Clarendon and Dunoon Park Technical High in Kingston were in attendance at the competition launch yesterday. Captain of the Glenmuir team Tariq Kelly told The Gleaner…
Read More

Glenmuir student’s crossing guard photo wins US Embassy award

Jason Tomlinson’s photo of a crossing guard ensuring the safety of pedestrians outside the May Pen Primary School in Clarendon has won the US Embassy Black History Month Photo Competition. “I’m a bit lost for words. I didn’t expect to win, but I am grateful nonetheless, and so are my parents,” said a stunned Tomlinson as he received the…
Read More

RIP Angela Bisasor

The GHS Past Students’ Association deeply mourns the passing of one of our dedicated alumna, Angela Bisasor. Angela was an active member of the local chapter where she served as the Assistant Finance Director. During her tenure, her keen and meticulous nature was instrumental in supporting that portfolio which oversaw the timely completion of our…
Read More

Glenmuir dancers dazzle

Glenmuir High School Dance Society gave a delightful performance at their second showcase last Saturday. “On a scale from one to 10, I would give them a 10. It was amazing overall,” past student and project engineer Sasha-Lee Lewis told the Jamaica Observer. The event, dubbed Storytime: Once Upon A Time, was held at Sydney Scott…
Read More

Congratulations Carl Webster! Glenmuir student awarded inaugural regional award in CSEC History

Four Jamaican students have been honoured by the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) in its Presentation of Awards for Outstanding Performances in the May/ June 2019 Examinations. The ceremony was held last Thursday at the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort in Grenada. Rhea-Simone Lawrence from the St Andrew High School for Girls received the ACCA Award as…
Read More

Glenmuir flames light up May Pen

Glenmuir High school ignited the streets of May Pen, Clarendon, with their first ever spirit day and road march last Friday, September 14, 2018. The event was one of many events planned for the school’s Diamond Anniversary celebrations, which officially began on September 9 with a thanksgiving service at the school’s auditorium. Last Friday, which…
Read More

Glenmuir Goes Solar

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) and the PetroCaribe Development Fund (PCDF) last Tuesday formalised collaborative arrangements under which the university has been contracted by the PCDF to implement a renewable energy training pilot project at the Glenmuir High School in May Pen, Clarendon. The pilot project is for a period of four months and…
Read More

Semper Flagrans!

Special congratulations to Michael Calloo – valedictorian of the Faculty of Science and Technology at the UWI graduation 2019 and Patrick Hylton for being awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the UWI. Congratulations to all GHS alumni graduating with degrees and accolades from UWI, UTECH and other institutions of higher learning.
Read More

#teenACHIEVERS: Glenmuir’s Tamra Bryan’s 10 CSEC ones are just exceptional!

17-year-old Glenmuir High student Tamra Bryan is a scholar who not only wants to go places, but she wants to bring her girls with her, too. In addition to attaining grade ones in CSEC Math, English, Information Technology, Geography, Building and Furniture Tech, Technical Drawing, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Principles of Business, Bryan founded the XXCeptional…
Read More

Impressive Glenmuir Celebrates with its CSEC and CAPE students

Glenmuir High School External Examinations Results 2019 The Clarendon based Glenmuir High School continues to celebrate the achievements of its students and teachers as the School recorded impressive results in the regional CSEC and CAPE examination results for 2019. Glenmuir High School’s overall pass rates in the CSEC and CAPE were 96% and 97.8%, respectively.…
Read More

61 Years and Counting: Glenmuir continues to soar!

MAY PEN, Clarendon – Glenmuir High celebrated its academic achievements as the school marked its 61st anniversary here recently. A news release said 16 Glenmuir High School students gained nine or more distinctions in the 2019 Caribbean Secondary Examination Council (CSEC) exams, while several others gained Grade 1s in all subjects at the Caribbean Advanced…
Read More

Glenmuir Welcomes Youthlink, Creation Foods

Last week, health food company Creation Foods Limited, joined The Gleaner’s Youthlink Magazine to be a part of its pop-up sales day. Both companies embarked on a journey to Glenmuir High School in May Pen to visit the first school on their list for this special event. The students, educators, and principal warmly welcomed them with open arms,…
Read More

Glenmuir High Celebrates 61 Years

Maroon banners of pride were erected at 10 Glenmuir Road in May Pen as staff and students, past and present, gathered to celebrate Glenmuir High School’s 61st anniversary. The celebrations were preceded by an annual church service, which acting vice-principal Patricia Meikle said was necessary and in keeping with the principles governing the Anglican-based institution.…
Read More

Twin Jamaican doctors share love of medicine at same hospital

(Jamaica Observer) Your chances of encountering twins in the general population are sometimes slim, much more the oddity of meeting twins who both work in the same profession…in the same institution. Identical twin doctors, Krystle and Kimberley Maragh, (29), presented much the confusion and intrigue for their patients in health centres across Clarendon when they first…
Read More

UK Chapter Annual General Meeting

The Home Chapter congratulates the UK Chapter on its recent Annual General Meeting where the retiring members of the Executive were elected for another term.
Read More

Law school beckons | Clarendon scholar attains 18 CXC subjects; 17 Grade Ones

Christina Blake is heading to the University of the West Indies, Mona campus, to study law after three years of sterling academic performances at Glenmuir High School in Clarendon. She attained 18 subjects administered by the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC), getting the highest grade possible (Grade One) in 17 of them. “I am extremely proud…
Read More

Dr Roxanne Brown Making A Difference In Clarendon

Dr Roxanne Brown is all about service. The Glenmuir High School past student said she developed the passion from observing her own parents for years. She said that her mother’s tremendous work ethic and her father’s involvement in various civic organisations for many years proved to be a motivation for her to serve others. In-between…
Read More

Glenmuir Brunch Thrills!

Sunday’s downpour did not stop Marcia Griffiths and Bob Andy from shining at Glenmuir High School’s fifth annual Fundraising Brunch on the east lawns of Devon House in St Andrew. “Glenmuir, it’s so nice to be here sharing these special moments with you,” said Griffiths on stage. The iconic duo performed their 1970 hit Young, Gifted and…
Read More

Patrick Hylton to receive AMCHAM President’s Award

KINGSTON, Jamaica — President and Group Chief Executive Officer of the National Commercial Bank (NCB) Financial Group, Patrick Hylton has been announced as this year’s recipient of The American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) President’s Award. AMCHAM, in a release today, said the President’s Award is bestowed on a distinguished business leader and philanthropist that has…
Read More

Darian Douglas from is the Clarendon champion for the The Gleaner’s Children’s Own Spelling Bee

May Pen, Clarendon: St Gabriel’s Anglican Church Hall 1. Darian Douglas, Glenmuir High School 2. Devion Sinclair, Knox College 3. Karese Johnson, Denbigh High School 4. Aliana Spencer, Foundation Preparatory School 5. Geanna Campbell, Knox College Top boy: Darian Douglas, Glenmuir High School Top girl: Karese Johnson, Denbigh High School Winning word: C-O-N-C-E-D-E Coach: Errol…
Read More

Allison Peart named 2018 ICAJ most outstanding chairperson

Allison Peart, FCA, FCPA, BSc, chairman of the taxation committee, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (ICAJ), was named Most Outstanding Chairperson of the Year at the institute’s annual general meeting last week at the Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston. Peart is the country managing partner and tax partner at Ernst & Young (Jamaica). “I…
Read More

Sheila Monteith accredited as EU, Belgium Ambassador

Ambassador Sheila Sealy Monteith’s accreditation as Jamaica’s head of mission to the European Union was formalised on April 11 when she was received by the president of the European Council, Donald Tusk. This follows her presentation, on January 31, 2018, of letters of credence to the King of the Belgians at the Royal Palace, formally…
Read More

Two in a Row! Glenmuir’s Nathaniel Stone is the 2018 National Spelling Bee Champion

It was persistence that delivered the thrills this year for Clarendon’s Nathaniel Stone — the 2018 Gleaner’s Children’s Own Spelling Bee Champion. Stone, a three-time parish finalist, took the title after he spelt the championship word OROTUND. This is the second straight win for the parish of Clarendon and coach Errol Campbell. “First I would…
Read More

Dr. Jacquiline A Bisasor-McKenzie has been appointed acting chief medical officer in the Ministry of Health.

Dr. Jacquiline A. Bisasor-McKenzie has been appointed Acting Chief Medical Officer (CMO) in the Ministry of Health (MOH), effective February 1, 2018. Dr. Bisasor-McKenzie has 25 years of experience in the health care system in Jamaica and was the first Emergency Physician to be appointed as a Consultant in the Public Sector. She served as…
Read More

Glenmuir Past Student Wins $4-m PCJ Scholarship

SHANROY Dennis, a 23-year-old past student of the Glenmuir High School in Clarendon, is the inaugural recipient of the $4-million Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) Renewable Energy Scholarship tenable at the University of Technology (UTech). Dennis, who is pursuing a master of science degree in renewable energy engineering, will have the full cost of tuition…
Read More

Breanna Julal Wins Big At Caribbean Child Research Conference

Seventeen-year-old Breanna Julal of Glenmuir High School walked away with the coveted title of 2017 Outstanding Caribbean Child Researcher at the 12th staging of the Caribbean Child Research Conference. The upper sixth form student presented her research on, An Investigative Study into the Impact of Gang-Related Sexual Grooming on the Academic Performance of Teenage Girls…
Read More

Glenmuir wins Inaugural UTECH, Jamaica’s Mathematics Quiz Competition

In an impressive show of intellect and mathematical prowess, student teams from Glenmuir High and Immaculate Conception competed for the winning trophy in the finals of the inaugural University of Technology, Jamaica Mathematics Quiz Competition last Thursday. At the end of regulation time, the teams were tied on 13 points. It was the tie-breaker question…
Read More

Glenmuir Past Student Rayon McLean awarded Chevening Scholarhsip

The Gleaner’s parliamentary reporter, Jovan Johnson, is among 14 Jamaicans awarded 2017-2018 Chevening Scholarships to study in the United Kingdom. Chevening Scholarships began in 1983 and are awarded to individuals with demonstrable leadership potential who also have strong academic backgrounds. The scholarship offers full financial support for future leaders to study for any eligible master’s degree…
Read More

Glenmuir Student Tops Region In RE

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,” were the words of Glenmuir High School student Akalia Bailey, who is this year’s top religious education (RE) student in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations. Bailey shared that though she was overjoyed at having emerged as the top RE student, the news also…
Read More

Glenmuir’s Hines Tops 2017 Spelling Bee

When the dust settled on the 2017 finals of the Gleaner’s Children’s Own Spelling Bee Competition, it was Deneiro Hines, the Clarendon pacesetter, who was crowned the 58th National Spelling Bee Champion. After a very taxing morning segment, which saw 168 words equally divided among the 14 finalists, 16 of which were misspelled, eight Bees…
Read More

Glenmuir Past Student is Jamaica Rhodes Scholar 2016, Sherona Forrester

SPORTS, academics, or both – the debate rages on with student-athletes trapped in the middle. Many proponents on either side of the argument have battled over whether students who are good at sport should turn their focus to their specialisation at the expense of academics, or whether school should be the focus with sport participation…
Read More

EVENTS

« November 2021 » loading...
M T W T F S S
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
1
2
3
4
5

Glenmuir Needs Your Help

The Glenmuir High School Past Students' Association (GHSPSA) conducts various activities/projects annually to improve the lives and educational facilities of current and future Glenmuirites e.g. The Innovation Centre. Donate now to help fund these activities and projects.

Your Executive Team

President
Class of '76
Vice President
Class of '78
Secretary
Class of '72
Treasurer
Class of '85
PR Officer
Class of '00