Calabar High School

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Much has been said in the media in recent times about Calabar High School as an academic institution, as well as the School’s efforts to improve their academic...

We write in response to articles carried in the Gleaner of Thursday and Friday, August 30 & 31, headlined, ‘Barred from Calabar’ & ‘Calabar Holds Back’.  In...

You have entered sacred grounds. You are tracing the footsteps of legends. You are standing on the shoulders of giants. Others will watch, guide and trace your own...

Accountability, integrity, discipline, and respect are some of the core values of the Calabar High School which also lines the driveway of the institution. These...

The annual First Global Challenge is an international robotics competition which allows youth, ages 14 to 18 to share their passion for STEM (Science, technology,...

In its most recent publication, Educate Jamaica, turned their searchlight on Calabar High School. Rehearsing aspects of the School's 106 year history, the story...

The Calabar High School, founded 1912 will be commemorating its 106th anniversary with a lecture on Founders Day, September 12 starting at 6 p.m. at the Jamaica...

Calabar High School wishes to take the opportunity to address some lingering misunderstandings concerning one if its student ambassadors who represented Jamaica at...

Speaking recently at a function Honouring GSAT Awardees of North Central St. Catherine, Chairman of the Board of Calabar High School, the Rev. Karl B. Johnson,...

It is late August but the ISSA Manning Cup Football season has already begun with training camps and practice matches. Calabar is no exception. Under the strategic...

Calabar Old Boys continue to contribute to the academic legacy of their institution by having robotics introduced at the school for September 2016. In preparation for...

The Class of 03 Lions has continued to give their utmost for their highest by giving back to their alma mater. Members of the graduating class have been spending...

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