As Principal of Kingston College in the early 1970s, the Revd. Don Taylor was a guide, source of inspiration, and a first class leader. Reverend Taylor, as a young, dynamic priest of the Anglican Church who had come under the direct influence KC's founding fathers, including Bishop Gibson and Douglas Forest, was a
The pre-season was, for the most part, successful due to the fact that we won most of our practice matches. But as we approached our first match of the season, against Norman Manley High, the confidence mustard from a really good pre-season and the comfort of playing late in the
The 1964 Kingston College High 440-yard relay team has been added to the Penn Relays Wall of Fame. The pioneering team ran 42.7 in 1964 marking the first appearance of a team from Jamaica in a championship race at the Relays.
The team of Jim Grant, Rupert Hoilette, Tony Keyes and
Bishop Egbert Don Taylor, more affectionately known as Bishop Don T., or just Don T. by his contemporaries, was born in Jamaica on 2nd. September 1937, in humble surroundings. For the purpose of this tribute, I will take the liberty of referring to him as Don T.
This year's Penn Relay Carnival, held as always at Franklin Field, Philadelphia, marked the 50th anniversary of Kingston College's participation in the prestigious games.
Prior to 1964, Jamaicans had taken part in the games. As Jamaica's former consul general to New York, Dr Basil K Bryan notes in his encyclopaedic
KCOBA USA Inc. (NY Chapter) recently hosted its 31st Annual Reunion & Awards Dinner in Queens Village, NY. As in previous years, the honorees were members of the Fortis family who have served Kingston College in various capacities through the nine decades of the institution’s history. This year’s honorees were
The Debating Society is a small group of students who have aspirations to improve their public speaking and writing skills. Though they may not be considered the best speakers Kingston College possesses, the team which comprises coach, Tamica Telphia and speakers: Javair Thomas, Kevonne Martin and Chevaughn Channer was determined
Bishop E. Don Taylor passed from this world on Saturday, May 24th, 2014 at 6:49pm. On June 1st, 2014, St. James's Episcopal Church of Goshen, NY used a part of their morning service to recognize his contribution. Father Karl Lunden, the Rector led the remembrance with former Orange County Legislator,