THE CLASS OF 2006 SCHOLARSHIPS PRESENTATION
Members of the Class of 2006 led by the former Headgirl Dr. Mellonni Smith presented four scholarships to students from grades eight to thirteen in October. This is their second presentation of an annual award of scholarships.
THE CLASS OF 1977 DONATES COMPUTERS AND REFURBISH LAB
The Class of 1980 returned to their alma mater to refurbish a computer lab , along with donating thirty computers, a printer and a television.
THE CLASS OF 1980 DONATES COMPUTERS AND REFURBISH LAB
The Class of 1980 returned to their alma mater to conduct worship, refurbish a computer lab and donate thirty computers. The group lead the worship session, exhorting students to excel in all that they do, to have quality friends and to always remember to help others. The refurbished lab, with the thirty new computers, was then officially opened. Mini career seminars were conducted throughout the day and
students were gifted with prizes and surprises.
PSA MOTIVATIONAL SIGNAGE AROUND THE CAMPUS
The PSA has gifted the school and student's motivational signs on academics, drug usage and general encouragement. These have been placed around the campus and have been well received by everyone. We would like to say thank you to our PSA members
"CLASS OF 77" VISIT
In October the "Class " visited the school for the day. The group began their day with a very lively worship followed by a "meet and greet" session and ended with mini seminars and talks with students.
SUPPORTING THE DRIVE FOR STUDENT DEVICES
In recent months several past students have been on a drive to acquire tablets and laptops for students who are having difficulty accessing our online portal. We wish to thank all the Excelsorians who have been involved in this venture and invite others to be a part of this worthwhile cause.
The Jamaica Chapter, New York Chapter, Toronto Chapter, Florida Chapter, Dane Foster, Karen Williams, Carla Ashley Grant, Rohan Grant, Ghion Wilson, Cammille Paul, Debbie Dobson, Kisha McLymont, Georgia Miller, Alton Appleton, Yvonne Ellis, Class of 95 and all others who have donated to this venture. Age Animo
MENTORING WITH A PURPOSE- changing the life of an Excelsorians for the better
Over the years several groups of past students have taken on the initiative to assist current students in several ways: providing financial assistance, providing equipment, being mentors and assisting with academic support.
We take this opportunity to say thank you to all those who have assisted throughout the years and welcome those who have joined us and will be joining us in the future.
This year, we say special thanks to the past students who have undertaken the task to assist current Excelsorians despite the present social difficulties. These individuals have been providing virtual support (weekly) and other assistance to both students and parents. Thank you.
XLCR Fi Life -XLCR past students donate half a million to alma mater
Sunday Observer, October 08, 2017
Twenty -five students from grades eight to 13 at Excelsior High School were on Monday presented with a combined scholarship of $500,000.
The funds were raised by the school's past students' association and are intended to help high-performing students with the purchase of books, uniforms, bus fare, or meals. The funds will be administered by the counselling department.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
PSA Members of the Mentoring Committee:
Melody Ennis, Janette and Donovan Lym, Vindelyn Smith, Dawn Brammer, Douglas Tulloch, Maynard Saddler, Karen Williams, Jennifer Williams, Paulette Webster, Hopelyn Mullings- Brown, Margaret Chin and all others who have contributed /continue to assist /as well as those to come, thank you all.