The Atlanta Banquet was especially graced with another VIP other than the Principal. One of STATHS’ pioneer teachers from 1961, was in attendance. We are speaking of no other than The Honorable Lady Mavis Carey . And NO. She did not come on a stretcher, neither in a wheelchair. In fact, she was escorted by an obviously YOUNGER man. Before nimble tongues go a wagging, she is not a COUGAR. That young man is her son – Mr. “Pablo” Carey. Continue reading ANOTHER SPECIAL GUEST IN ATLANTA


So much happened during that most eventful year. Among other things….our US and Canadian based Alumni had at least three banquets, several fish-fries, picnics in parks, ocean cruises and even river-boat cruises. Some pictures appeared in social media…others got swept under the rug of time . So…..let’s bring back a few memories for some, and open another chapter of “Revelations” for others. Continue reading “LEFTOVERS” FROM 2019


PAINFUL PAINFUL ENDING……2019 FOOTBALL SEASON . CONGRATULATIONS TO JAMAICA COLLEGE. So, our team did not win the Manning Cup for 2019….It’s just one of those things you write down to experience. Team, your Alumni is still extremely proud of you for what was achieved . Next season there won’t be a hungrier team going after the 2020 Manning Cup. Congrats again JC….we’ll be back!!! Continue reading STATHS DOWN AND OUT


THE BARGAIN OF THE YEAR AMONG STATHS US BASED ALUMNI GROUPS AT ONLY $60 PER PERSON . THERE WILL BE NUMEROUS SPECIAL GUESTS IN ATTENDANCE, INCLUDING THE PRINCIPAL AS OUR SPECIAL SPEAKER. If you are from out of town, those of us who are local would love to help you find suitable accommodation and transportation. So feel free to call any of the telephone numbers listed above. In addition, <> can be reached at 678-925-8609. We also call Atlanta home. Continue reading ATLANTA ALUMNI CHRISTMAS BANQUET


It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Olympian Michael Fray. He was a talented sprinter who competed at the 1968 and 1972 Olympic Games. In the 1968 Olympics he ran the 2nd leg of the 4x100m relay which set the world record of 38.6 seconds in the heats and then broke the record in the semi-final with a time of 38.3 seconds. He also competed at the 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games and earned a silver medal in the relays. Fray also won a gold medal in 1966 at the Central American and Caribbean Games … Continue reading IN MEMORY OF MICHAEL FRAY


The world’s oldest couple, Adam and Eve, also owned the world’s first and oldest computer. Care to guess what brand name it carried ? It was not an IBM, not a HP, not a Dell, not a Google Chrome Book either. Ready for this ? It was an APPLE . Adam tried downloading a kilobyte, (or killer bite), not sure how they spelled it back then, there was an enormous flash, and both he and Eve ran out of the garden they were in to save their lives. THAT IS WHY TODAY’S APPLE COMPUTER USES A BITTEN APPLE AS ITS … Continue reading COMPUTER TRIVIA


THE 15th ANNUAL FUND-RAISING BALL SPONSORED BY STATHS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION NE CHAPTER IS THIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 2019. What do you mean you didn’t plan to attend ? We have needy school students who depend on financial aid from organisations such as this for even their daily bread. If you can’t attend we are going to ask you to consider making a donation of whatever size you can afford. The names and telephone numbers listed on the flyer are not just for ticket sales. Any of these officers will be only too glad to accept your donation and give you … Continue reading COUNTDOWN


On any day in Jamaica, rain or shine , it is estimated that if you had $100 (US) to give to every graduate of STATHS who would show up at the school on any day you announce that there would be such an event, you had better have at least 2 million dollars. Why ? It is estimated from school records that there should be at least 30,000 graduates living in Jamaica. SO JAMAICAN GRADUATES PLEASE SHOW UP THIS COMING WEEKEND AND SHOW THE WORLD THAT YOU CARE ABOUT YOUR SCHOOL. If even 300 folks show up, (1%), we would … Continue reading CALLING ALUMNI IN JAMAICA