Welcome to our School!
We at St Jago High School view education as the acquisition of knowledge and the heart of how to achieve and use knowledge. It is the process which makes an individual fit to live with and, as such, it is vital both to the individual and to society. Our educational plan, which aims at the development of each child to his or her full potential is concerned with the mental, physical, social and spiritual development of each child. By being of direct value to the individual, education will be of direct value to the society.
- Academic excellence
- Excellence in sports
- "Cultured" children
- A healthy mind in a healthy body; every child to develop his/her full potential.
In all of this, the Christian is the basis of our undertaking.
The school philosophy is expressed in the MISSION STATEMENT:
To be (always) Number one
Gracious in defeat
Creative and firm yet humble and respectful in power, obedient yet ambitious when in service.
WITH GOD'S HELP WE CAN ACHIEVE
Mr Saint Jago 2016, Mr Matthew Morrison and Miss Saint Jago 2016 1st Runner Up Ms Jamila Green, were crowned Mr and Miss Jamaica High School King and Queen at Holy Childhood Auditorium in Kingston on December 3, 2016. Both won a scholarship valued at JMD$500,000 to the Caribbean Maritime Institute and a Huawei Y3 lite from Flow.
Featured in the picture are Mrs. Collette Pryce, Prinicpal of Saint Jago High School, Mrs. Heather Reid-Johnson, Principal at Saint Hilda's Diocesan High School and Mr. Javaughn Keyes, Head Boy at Saint Jago High. Cathedral Sunday is an annual event in the form of a church service held at the St. James Cathedral. This year's service was attended by many Anglican preparatory, primary, secondary and tertiary institutions such as St Jago Prep, Queens Prep, St Jago High, The Queens School, Kingston College, Glenmuir High and DeCarteret College. Many Officials from Saint Jago were represented such as our Principal, Head Boy, Mr and Miss Saint Jago and the Student Council President.
The newly crowned Mr and Miss Saint Jago, Matthew Morrison and Brittania Raymond got on the job soon after their coronation. They represented the school along with the Head Boy, Prinicpal and other students at the annual Catherdral Sunday held at the St James Cathedral in Spanish Town today.