The Kingston College Library & Technology Capital Campaign has received US$180,000 in donation and pledges after holding two donor conferences in Philadelphia and New York in September and October respectively. The goal is to raise US$302,650. Bryan Grant of Premier Financial Group Inc. hosted the Philadelphia leg.
Mr. Basil Anderson
South Florida is unquestionably the place to be each year the first Saturday in October for what is now one of the biggest and most prolific fund raising events held to benefit a Jamaican high school. So this year, as before, I headed to the Miramar Cultural Center, to attend
The K. C. Old Boys’ Association (GA) Inc (KCOBA) and the Atlanta Metro Chapter of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChe) were joint sponsors of Super Science Saturday which was held at Woodland Middle School in East Point, Georgia on November 9,
KC future brighter with new principal, help from alumni
Dave Myrie had several options when he decided to re-enter the teaching profession as a principal. However, he chose Kingston College because it’s a male institution and many of its students are from some of Jamaica’s challenged communities.
Some 14 months
Kingston College now boasts a new, modern entrance way that welcomes staff, students and visitors as they enter the North Street campus.
The project was spearheaded by the KC Old Boys via a committee led by Michael McMorris, who headed up the committee that included architect, Douglas Stiebel; Project Manager,
The parents of students at long-standing rivals Kingston College (KC) and Calabar High School have embarked on a partnership, which they believe will go a far way in mitigating the decades-old strife between the all-boys' schools.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed on September 19, 2013 by Presidents Stewart Jacobs and
Florida KCOB Audley Hewett and his wife Shelly were recently featured in the Good Deed Brigade Newsletter.
The Good Deed Brigade's mission is to promote the actions and kindness of people making a difference in the community. Here is the article from their website:
Sweeter than Reggae Music
KCOBA USA held its Annual Scholarship Dance on October 26, 2013 at the Polish National Club in Hempstead, NY. The function was great success and as a result 40 students at KC will be receiving scholarships to help them meet expenses while attending school.
We are very grateful for