This month, we pause for a moment to reflect on the success of KC students in the recent CSEC and CAPE exams.
A quick review of the results shows that KC is on a roll with improving scores in many subjects. In the CAPE exams, there were five
KC Times sought the views of former Kingston College Board Chairman Stephen Vasciannie on the recent publication of a table ranking the performance of secondary schools in Jamaica, based on examination results. There has been what has been described as a "huge outcry" arising from the publication. Stephen has offered the following response in his
My name is Junior Palmer and I was born at 7 Gem Crescent Kingston 13, off Maxfield Avenue, on June 2nd, 1995 and later moved to the Kencot Community in 2008 where I'm presently located. I attended the Melrose Primary and Junior High school from 2001-2007 where I graduated as
Travelling by train through the countryside, from Kiev to Donetsk, some 760 kilometers to the east, took you through mostly wide open, gently rolling farmlands. It was somewhat calming and peaceful, the vista outside serene and yet, surreal….mile after mile of fields in the distance, covered in a vivid saffron
Audrey Loreen Scott, wife of Atlanta KCOB Karl Scott, was born in Kingston Jamaica on March 15, 1946 and departed this life on August 31, 2013. Celebration of Life Services were held on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at Redan United Methodist Church in Lithonia GA.
Audrey leaves to