AHS Facts

Facts About The
Anglican High School

1934   -  The House system was introduced.

1954  -  The School was run by Nuns from the

            Community of Jesus of the Good Shepherd

1970 -  Mrs. Jennifer Hosten-Craig won the Miss      

            World Title.

 

1973  -  First phase of new school building

               completed.

 

1974  -  Mrs. Celia Clyne-Edwards won the   

            Grenada Island Scholarship.  The first

            female to accomplish that feat.

1976  -  434 students and 22 members of staff

1988  -  Two classrooms added, funded by the

              Caribbean Development Bank.

 

1991  -  75th  Anniversary celebrated with a reunion.

 

1995 -  Computer Laboratory built—funded by 

          the Past Pupils Association (local and overseas).

 

1996 - Another phase in the rebuilding of the

             school.  Classroom Block housing four   

             classrooms built.  This was funded by Past

             Pupils Associations (local and overseas)

             and matched by the Government of Grenada.

 

1998 -  Refurbishment of school funded by the

            World Bank.  New roof and ceiling for the

             main school, and renovations to Home

             Economics Room and Laboratory.

 

1998 - 580 students and 21 members of staff

 

1999 - 629 students and 22 members of staff

 

2000 - 660 students and 25 members of staff

 

2000 -  Miss Samira Noel awarded the Grenada    

             Island Scholarship together with a student of

            the St. Joseph’s Convent, St. George’s

 

2001 -  Introduction of Accounting and Technical Drawing

            to the curriculum.  Extension    

             to Staff Room completed.  Three class

             rooms and a washroom available for use in 

             the newest block.

 

2001 - 663 students and 28 members of staff

 

2004 - 680 students and 31 members of staff

           

2004 – September 6th, 2004, number on roll -  654.

7th September, 2004 the entire main building and

            annexes of the school were severely damaged by

            Hurricane Ivan.   

            14th October, 2004 school resumed on a shift system

 14th October  2004, .  Number on roll -  589

 

2004  -  1st place for the fifth time in the seven-year history of the RBTT  Young Leaders programme

             The school placed third at the regional level.

 

2006  -  2nd place in the RBTT Young Leaders  programme.  The school placed second at the

             regional level.

 

2007 – 3rd place in the  RBTT Young Leaders programme.

 

2008 – 1st place in the St. George’s University   Knowledge Bowl  Competition.

 1st place in the RBTT Young Leaders programme 

 Cerrise Nedd placed first at the CXC exams at

           the National Level.  Ms. Nedd also received the T. A.

           Marryshow Cup Award and the A. A. La Grenade

          Shield.  The first student on the island to have

           received both  awards in the same year.

 

Amana Hosten received the U.S. Embassy  /

            CXC National Award for the most outstanding

            CSEC candidate in Grenada.  This was award was introduced in 2008.

 

2009 –First phase of rebuilding the school afer Hurricane Ivan, was completed. 

It was funded by the  Government of Grenada and        

           the World Bank.   

2009 – 1st place in the RBTT Young Leaders programme.

 

2010 - Amana Hosten and Cerrise Nedd were 

             awarded Island Scholarships. 

 

2010 - Second phase of the school’s refurbishment was completed. 

 

2010 - Clothing and Textiles, Home Economics:

            Management and Electronic Document Preparation 

            and Management were introduced to the curriculum.

 

2012 – 2nd place in the Grenlec  debates.

 

2013 – 3rd place in the Grenlec debates

 

2014 - Scotiabank Inter-Col Champions.

 

2015 – 1st place in the Inter-Secondary Netball

            Competition - ‘A’ Division.

 

2015– Scotiabank Inter-Col Champions.



School Quote

‘every student is expected to take her academic studies seriously at all times;’ and  ‘every student should regard herself as a citizen of the Anglican High School Community, who live together, pooling and sharing their qualities of mind and character with a view to utilizing and developing the resources of their common habitation for the good of all.’

~ AHS Handbook given to every new student