Our change in the uniform from September 2014 have caused some stir in the media. The Observer and the Gleaner have notice the changes and have commented by there heading respectively, “Funeral school no more” & “Total transformation”. See links Below. The Gleaner: http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20140917/total-transformation-tarrant-high-school-undergoes-complete-rebranding Jamaica observer: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/-Funeral-school–no-more_17520768
Upper school students at Tarrant High show off their new-look uniforms on Monday. (PHOTOS: LIONEL ROOKWOOD) A shift from the dull black-and-white uniform to a more vibrant combination of royal blue, yellow and white has lifted the spirits of the students. Now the black skirt and tunic have been replaced by royal blue with ..
A delegation of 10 school principals will today leave the island for China in an effort to strengthen ties between Jamaica and the Asian country in the classroom. The trip will provide the senior educators, who are interested in establishing Confucius Classrooms in their respective schools, with first-hand experience of China’s language, culture and education ..
ACTING Principal of Tarrant High School and highly revered educator Esther Tyson, charged a group of teachers last week when she identified them as the hope of the next generation as they seek to ‘love, teach and grow students who are products of a society that has lost its way’. She appealed to the teachers ..
Tarrant High School Celebrates its 53rd Anniversary on the 16th of April 2014 which was a significant moment for the institution. This coming September there will be some adjustments made to the students attire which will culminates the end of the famous black and white uniform. This change will transcends the current attire that will ..
Some 128 high school students were recognised for successfully completing various pursuits under the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Jamaica, at an awards ceremony at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kingston