On behalf of the Kingston College Old Boys' Association (KCOBA) Miami, New York, Atlanta, Toronto and Jamaica Chapters, KC Staff and the rest of the KC Family, I want to extend condolences to the Aris family. I want to also apologize for Professor Stephen Vasciannie/Chairman of the Board of Governors
Close to thirty KC Past students, their families, teachers, students and members of communities near to the Kingston College Melbourne Campus gave their time, money and energy to participate in the Fortis Pavilion's Melbourne Work Day, on Saturday, October 22, 2011.
The group painted the inside walls and cleared debris
Approximately 210 athletes of Kingston College (KC) recently received medical attention during the KC Old Boys Annual Health Fair held on November 12. The Health Fair was held at the school's Melbourne campus.
The Fair which is aimed at providing medical screening for athletes, saw young men who represent the
Rt. Rev. E. Don Taylor and Robert Anthony Kelly were honourees at the 2011 Reunion Dinner of KCOBA Jamaica held at the Wyndham Hotel on Saturday, December 3rd. Both were presented plaques by President Ray Fraser and citations were read by Dickie Crawford and Basil Waite respectively.
Life Membership was conferred on
The event got off to a reasonably timely start at approximately 8:30 pm on a pleasant November Saturday night by Toronto standards, meaning above seasonal temperature. It is likely that our visiting friends from Jamaica would use a different adjective to describe the temperature outside, but there was no denying
Kingston College Old Boys’ Association USA Inc., (NY) recently elected Officers and Directors to lead the association for the 2011-2012 year. The election of Officers took place at the Annual General Meeting which was held on Sunday August 21, at St. Luke’s Home for the Aged, Bronx, New York. Rainford
It is 7:30 am, Thursday, November 10, 2011, and several members of the Fortis Pavilion are seen standing outside the vice principal’s office at Kingston College's Melbourne Campus. They have taken time out of their busy schedules to be there. However, by the look of things, they wouldn't wish to
Ms. Wendy Chambers, a former Kingston College teacher, passed on November 25, 2011. She taught Industrial Techniques. She was "medically boarded" in March, 2010 as a result of her health being seriously affected by cancer. She was in her 30s.
Based on the tributes, the entire KC family was touched