The Glenmuir High School robotics team poses with their robot at the launch of the robotics competition held at the NCB Wellness & Recreation Centre on Phoenix Avenue in St Andrew yesterday. The team is (from left) coach Christopher Myrie, Winston Banton, Toni-Ann Burrell, Tariq Kelly, and Michael Crawford.

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…
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US Embassy Black History Month Photo Competition winner Jason Tomlinson (centre) receives his prize from US Ambassador Donald Tapia (right) and Jeremiah Knight, Counsellor for Public Affairs in the US Embassy.

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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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GHS Spirit Day

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…
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