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Ardenne is founded on high ethical principles based on the moral teachings of Christianity. Its motto, "Deo Duce Quaere Optima", translates "With God As Guide, Seek The Best." Ardenne High School is committed to providing quality education in a Christian environment and to inculcate the principles of Christian tolerance and self-discipline as the foundation for self worth. This is achieved by offering a wide variety of activities, which serves to prepare students to become responsible and contributing members of society.

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UN Clubs Great Benefit To The World, Students Believe ...Upcoming UN Model Assembly To Discuss Human Trafficking

Scroll down the list of winners of the Manning Cup and the Olivier Shield and it may surprise you to find Ardenne High School among them. Yet, the history of the 1991 Ardenne team shows that its dominance 27 years ago was built over several seasons.

Reid (then goal keeper) continued, "His (Mr. Ebanks) dream to retire was just to win the Manning Cup and get Ardenne on one shift, because we were a two-shift school.

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UN Clubs Great Benefit To The World, Students Believe ...Upcoming UN Model Assembly To Discuss Human Trafficking

Two female secondary school students who have credited their school's long-established United Nations (UN) club for their strong social awareness skills and dynamism are calling for Model UN to be set up in every high school.

The schoolgirls, who, on Wednesday, presented on Jamaica's Model UN to mark...

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Koffee signs to Columbia

Teenaged singer/songwriter Koffee recently signed with Columbia Records UK. The label's president, Ferdy Unger-Hamilton, confirmed the signing in an interview with the Jamaica Observer .

“It's great to have Koffee signed to us at Columbia UK. We believe that Koffee has the potential to be a global superstar. We will begin releasing new music from her later this year, and an EP is also planned,” said Unger-Hamilton.

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Believe in yourself says Leighton McKnight to Ardenne High school leavers

Kingston, Jamaica, 9 May 2018 –“Believe in yourself and always aim for the highest,” this was the message from Leighton McKnight, Territory Leader, PwC to students at the Ardenne High School’s grade 13 school leaving ceremony recently (May 2, 2018). Leighton was the guest speaker at the event to mark the completion of high school for students sitting CAPE exams.

In his usual inspirational style, Leighton challenged the students to pursue more than just academics and to work to develop soft skills, which are...

‘I’m A Big Kid Now’ – Advice From Second-Formers To Those Just Entering High School

One year ago, they were the ones making the scary transition from primary school to high school. A new environment, new teachers, new ways of teaching, and suddenly, they were the youngest ones in the school, having left institutions where they served as prefects, head boys and head girls, and were the oldest of the students.

But they survived the change and have started second form without any of the fears that followed them to high school.

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Ardenne High Students Working To Reduce Pressures Of Crime

Disheartened by the intensified spate of crime and violence that is sweeping the nation, some students at Ardenne High School in St Andrew are making an earnest effort to alleviate the pressures that come with living in volatile areas or being victims of crime and/or violence.

Speaking at a forum with teachers, parents and students recently, members of the school's community voiced their concerns and offered actionable solutions...

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Ardenne Alumni

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Over the years, Ardenne alumni have bonded together in an effort to promote and enrich the academic, cultural, physical and social development of Ardenne. They have also built fellowship between one another, while serving the needs of the school community, by way of organized Past Students Associations.

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