Ded­i­cated to dis­ci­pline, com­mit­ted to suc­cess

Jamaica Gleaner - - INTERNATIONAL NEWS -

SEPTEM­BER 2007 marked the gen­e­sis of change in the ed­u­ca­tional land­scape of Troy and her en­vi­rons with the open­ing of Troy High School. Un­der the as­tute lead­er­ship of Mr Lin­vern Wright and Mrs Mahvell Charl­ton-Brown, as well as their cadre of ded­i­cated staff mem­bers, the ed­u­ca­tional odyssey blos­somed with the school serv­ing as the premise on which the very des­tiny of the com­mu­nity hinges.

The rapid, ex­plo­sive pace at which knowl­edge is trans­mit­ted in the 21st cen­tury de­mands that ed­u­ca­tional and knowl­edge prac­ti­tion­ers ad­just and adopt new ap­proaches, both to teach­ing and learn­ing in­for­ma­tion. The last few years have wit­nessed a fresh im­pe­tus in our aca­demic of­fer­ings, ex­tra-cur­ric­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties and vo­ca­tional choices. Our board of gover­nors, se­nior man­age­ment team, se­nior staff, teach­ers, an­cil­lary, ad­min­is­tra­tive staff and the gen­eral stu­dent gov­er­nance groups have col­lab­o­rated in care­fully craft­ing pol­icy di­rec­tives to ef­fec­tively mould Troy High School into a to­tal qual­ity in­sti­tu­tion. We have proudly branded our school the ‘Ther­a­peu­tic Cen­tre’, which is ‘ded­i­cated to dis­ci­pline, com­mit­ted to suc­cess’. We place our faith, con­fi­dence and trust in the om­ni­science of God as we strive for even

Mem­bers of one of Troy High School’s dy­namic cadet corps. greater suc­cess.

Stake­hold­ers must cher­ish and ap­pre­ci­ate the val­ues es­poused in

our acro­nym ‘HEROIC’ (Hope, Ex­cel­lence, Re­spect, Or­der, In­tegrity, Con­fi­dence). Ku­dos to all good­will am­bas­sadors of Troy High who keep the fires of our imag­i­na­tion burn­ing to dream the im­pos­si­ble and be­lieve in our col­lec­tive ef­forts to con­quer myths and blaze suc­cess­ful path­ways! ED­DIE WHYTE Prin­ci­pal

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