Waves of maroon flooded 10 Glenmuir Road in May Pen on Friday, as scores of stakeholders gathered to celebrate the Clarendon-based Glenmuir High School’s 65th anniversary, under the theme, ‘Glenmuir at 65: Creating Waves (Waves of Achievements, Valor, Excellence, and Sustainability)’.
The school was founded on September 15, 1958, by the late Bishop Percival Gibson. The 65th anniversary celebrations saw the renaming of the school’s administrative building to the Bishop Percival Gibson Centre of Management and Administration.
In celebrating the school’s 61st anniversary in 2019, its auditorium was renamed the Sydney Scott Auditorium in honour of the founding principal.
On Friday, a glistening maroon-and-gold shield bearing the names of 112 head boys and head girls from 1962 to present was also unveiled in commemorating “Glenmuir at 65”.
Robert Patrick, 1986 headboy, was charged to respond to the honour on behalf of his fellow head prefects. Patrick, vice president, and head of development, engineering and construction at NRG, a company based in the United States, said Glenmuir had positioned him on a trajectory that led to his over 30-year, rewarding engineering career…read more