CORBETT MARSH, “Ruddy”, age 72 years, late of 8 Seaton Crescent, Spanish Town, formally of Fellowship Hall, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay, passed away on June 7th, 2019. Corbett is well remembered by most classmates. He graduated in 1965, became an engineer, specialized in building construction, worked with the Ministry of Housing, the UDC and CIVCON Ltd. He is survived by his wife Sybil, children Curtis, Dionne, Shay, Neville, 7 grand-children, mother Ida, stepmother Biatris, 3 sisters, 5 brothers, nieces, nephews, in-laws, other relatives and friends. His funeral service will be on Saturday, July 6th 2019, at 11.00 am at … Continue reading FROM CLASS OF ’65


Killing two birds with one stone .While in Jamaica attending the Diaspora Conference in Kingston, on June 19th, STATHS N.E. Alumni President Archie Roberts, Cedric George and Secretary Melanie Forrest-George, were able to have an introductory meeting with recently appointed principal Dr. Worrel Hibbert. Also gracing the table was StATHS alumni and school board member, Sybil Jones, who is also President of the Jamaican Alumni Association. Continue reading BIRD KILLERS


STATHS N.E. Alumni Secretary Melanie Forrest-George and President Archie Roberts, “manning” the UJAA table at the 8th Biennial Jamaican Diaspora Conference held in Kingston on June 18th. UJAA, – Union of Jamaican Alumni Associations, is a New York based organisation, formed to represent and amalgamate the various Jamaican schools who have alumni members scattered all over these United States. Continue reading NEWS – POWERED BY ALUMNI


One man’s meat is another man’s poison, ( a popular saying goes). A recent story showcased STATHS’ agricultural program which includes chickens for meat, as well as for eggs. Well, at least one person has a “beef” with that. Oh no !!! Something about that does not sound right. How can one have a “beef” with chickens ? I think it is best if the dissenter speaks/sings for himself . Continue reading UNHEALTHY (?) HUMOR (Video)


High School Honey. This kind that comes in a bottle…..not the other kind that you might remember from your school days. On May 20th, The Star Newspaper featured the school’s agricultural program, (programme for British spellers), headlined – FARMING IN THE CITY, written by reporter Sashana Small. We are reprinting parts of her story for this article. Audley Sanson, head of the agricultural department at the St. Andrew Technical High School (STATHS), is convinced that his school has the best agricultural science programme in the country. In fact, he has a five-year plan of making it the best programme in … Continue reading STATHS FEATURED IN THE STAR