Class of ’71 returns to beloved Westwood
WESTERN BUREAU: T WAS a time of reflection at Westwood High School in Stewart Town, Trelawny, last Saturday, as the school’s Class of 1971 returned to the institution to reminisce and renew old acquaintances.
In addition to reminiscing on the wonderful memories they still cherish in their time at their all-female alma mater, the class, which is made up of 22 women, also made a special cheque presentation to the 134-year-old boarding institution.
Former editor-in-chief of The Gleaner Wyvolyn Gager said it was important for the Class of ’71 to maintain a healthy relationship with the school as the institution “gave us a formal education and prepared us for life”.
Gager noted that the institution has undergone significant changes since their time there, most notably in terms of the growth in both the student population and infrastructural development.
Dr Angela Samuels-Harris, another distinguished member of the Class of ’71 also expressed delight with significant