10 years of excellence
TROY HIGH School was commissioned in 2007 under the North-Western School Programme. Since its commissioning, the school has led the way in dispelling the stereotype that non-traditional high schools will invariably perform below traditional high schools.
I must take this opportunity to commend the administration and its teachers for their efforts and dedication in ensuring that the literacy and numeracy levels of the student are dramatically improved from their starting point. This is evident in the performance at the CSEC level.
The school maintains a coveted position in sports and is highly sought after by students as a preferred institution of choice.
The school has embarked on a holistic approach in its training programme and have recorded excellent performances in the creative and performing arts.
Troy High School is not only a top contender in the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) national competition designed for high school, but it is in fact among the top recipients of JCDC awards at the parish level.
The leadership of the Trelawny Municipal Corporation, on behalf of the people of Trelawny, offers our warmest and deepest congratulations to this important and significant institution, as they celebrate 10 years of excellence. COLLEN JUNIOR GAGER Mayor of Falmouth Chairman of the Board of Governors
Principal Eddie Whyte (back row, second left), Red Cross representatives and staff advisers share lens time immediately after the Red Cross Youthlink Enrolment Ceremony in 2016.