- . Dear Ravens, It is with an overwhelming sense of gratitude and pride that the Ravensworth family is pleased to announce the official launch and inaugural disbursement of the Ewart Brown/Swyer-Watson Academic Scholarship (EBSWAS).
- . Annual Banquet of the St Jago Past Students Association published Saturday, September 24, 2016
- . There will be a live stream of St Jago Boys' Day 2016 activities. Please tune in at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejbJ8VH6dc8
- . Dear Friends, Before you know it Champs will be up on us. I would like to point out certain issues where help is needed.
- November 1-7, 2015 Be reminded we need your kind contributions towards Mrs. Watson's Gift. Our very dedicated Driver Mr. Samuel Lothian will be also recognized. Expecting your favourable responses.Cocktails - 6:00 - 7:00 p.m - Please make every effort to be on time - blessings always!
- . St Jago Psa AGM - Election of Officers and Academic Results published Saturday, October 31, 2015
All St. Jago High School students are required to be present at the Commencement Service to be held at the St. James Cathedral at 4:00PM
All Students of the Second Form MUST be present at Ravensworth for orientation in school uniform at 7:50AM sharp
All students of the above forms should be present at Ravensworth at 7:50 AM sharp in their school uniform
- . And it came to pass that in the reign of Queen Swyer 1 over the Children of Ravensworth that great events seemed destined to always happen in the Kingdom when the young Ravens traveled out to the neighbouring city, known as the nation's capital, to do battle in Chess. It was the year of our Lord 2015 that after The Children did #shelldowntheplace (modern Ravens teach this is the preferred phrase to "Sweep" note elder Ravens the social media lingua - hashtag#) by placing 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the under 16 tournament the previous week, that the team returned to the neighbouring city to capture two more national titles.
- Mid-Term February 19-20, 2015 (Event) at St.Jago High School
- Wrapping up our 270th Anniversary January 23-27, 2015 (Event) at St Jago High School
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- Student go off on Mid Term
- . I state indefatigably, that until otherwise decided by the Board of Management and School’s Administration, I will remain as Head Coach of the St. Jago High School Track and Field Programme.
- . In the nineteen seventies and early nineteen eighties, netball was one of St Jago's prime sports. The girls in green and gold played precise team netball and advanced to the highest level of school competition. Their verve mirrored the personality of their outstanding coach, Daphne Innerarity. She was a cheerful disciplinarian as her girls will attest and honed them into one of the finest teams in the land. Trained in part in England, Daphne taught strong netball fundamentals but set the tempo fast. The results spoke volumes for the Innerarity St Jago blend of Jamaica speed and technical work. Year after year, St Jago beat the best rural schools and pushed its urban rivals to the limit.
- . St Jago to the core, Horace 'Maggie' Brown is a Monk Street hero. He has stayed active with the school's track and field programme since his own days at Champs when he ran the 400 for St Jago. His contribution is wide ranging; fundraiser, father and technical advisor all describe this loyal past student who has served the school for more than 40 years. Horace 'Maggie' Brown has consistently and reliably served his school, his parish and his country. For this, St Jago High salutes him at Sports Day 2014.
- . When John Leiba left St Jago in 1967, he vowed to make athletics at Monk Street a model of performance and achievement. Fiercely loyal, he has spearheaded the school's drive to the forefront of high school athletics through coaching, forward planning and funding. The St Jago Past Students and former Jamaica Bar Association President is himself an example of Labor Omnia Vincit and triumph of the right blend of sport and study. For all these achievements and the inspiration he gives to students past and present, St Jago salutes John Leiba on Sports Day 2014.
- . Sports Day 2014 will not only serve as our 270th Celebration of our Inter-house Athletics but as as a function honour three of our pioneers of our athletic dominance. We will honour Horace Brown (Maggie), John Leiba and Daphne Innerarity.
- . Weekly Update bulletin for champs week.
- . Weekly Update July 1 published Friday, June 24, 2011
- . Weekly Update June 24 published Friday, June 24, 2011
- . Weekly Update June 17 published Friday, June 17, 2011
- . Weekly Update June 10 published Friday, June 3, 2011
- . Weekly Update June 3 published Friday, June 3, 2011
- . General Update March 25 published Saturday, March 26, 2011
- . Update March 23 published Wednesday, March 23, 2011
- . The 2010 team consisted of Rexandrew Wright, Kemar K. McKenzie, Kemar S. McKenzie, Jahvane Reid and Donovan Steadman. Donovan was the reserve player and never actually played a match. Rexandrew was the Captain and captained the team in all matches except one. In that one match Kemar K lead the team. Shamar Harrison also started on the quiz team but was unable to complete the programme due to his
- . Schools' Challenge Quiz published Tuesday, August 17, 2010
- . First Form Champion Student published Saturday, May 15, 2010
- . First Form Interform Quiz Finals published Saturday, May 15, 2010
- . Third Form Champion Student published Saturday, May 15, 2010
- . Third Form Interform Quiz Finals published Saturday, May 15, 2010