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.Read More
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.
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...
A writer for The Gleaner, The Weekly Gleaner, and The Weekly Star, Dave Rodney, is this year's recipient of the prestigious Marcia Vickery-Wallace Memorial Award for Excellence in Travel Journalism.
The 2018 award was presented to Rodney last Thursday by Jamaica's Tourism Director Donovan White at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel in New York at an awards gala dinner.
From a chef in the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) to a dishwasher on a cruise ship, now a member of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS), Fabian O'Connor has always been determined to serve.
Today, the Jamaican is a popular figure in the Cayman Islands, signing autographs and posing for pictures with the numerous persons who want to keep a memento of the constable they have dubbed 'the dancing policeman'.
Bombarded daily with images of what the 'ideal' young female should look like, some students at the Corporate Area-based Ardenne High School have moved to redefine those stereotypes.
The students, with the support of teachers, are riding a wave of natural hair at the school, with at least 17 nationalities and as many religious denominations involved.
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.