1. East Jamaica Conference Education Department congratulates Hagley Park Preparatory School for their active participation in the TVJ Junior Schools Challenge Quiz. Hagley Park Prep won St. Richards Primary 42 vs 20 in Round Three, making it to the Quarter Finals. (In the photo above from L - R: Jonathan Williams, Omaia Campbell, Malique Benbow, Torres Fredankey (Captain)).
2. The Kencot SDA Church Education Department invites you to come aboard the Cruise in support of Christian Education. Please visit ejcsda.com for the details.
3. Please visit the nearest SDA Church to you and become a part of their evening classes for PEP and CSEC (if your Church does not operate one). Classes are held on weekdays with Mathematics, English Language, Computer lessons, and more.
Kingsway Prep. School receives computers from Adventist pastor’s benefit concert
There were shouts of appreciation from the children of Kingsway Prep. School (KWPS) at their morning devotion when news broke that the school’s computer lab was outfitted with five new computers, courtesy of Pastor Jovan Whyte who agreed to give part proceeds of his recent concert and album launch towards the purchase of computer systems for his alma mater. The entire school is happy for the kind gesture as the school’s computer lab was badly in need of equipment upgrade.
Hagley Park Prep snatches Top Three Place in Spelling Bee Crown
History was created at the recently held EJC Inter-Preparatory School Spelling Bee Competition when the Hagley Park Preparatory School won the three top places - first, second and third!
Hagley Park Prep School Education Impact Day
“Educate for now and eternity” is the motto for the Hagley Park Preparatory school. A group from the 64-year-old educational institution visited three churches within the Central Jamaica Conference (CJC), on Saturday, May 5, 2018, to share the importance of a Christian education.
Scores graduate from Adventist Institutions
Scores of graduates are now poised for a new journey following various graduation exercises over the past few days at Adventist Institutions in East Jamaica Conference.
Congratulations to GSAT students
The Administrators, Directors and Staff of EJC would like to congratulate all the students who were successful in their GSAT examination. Our students in particular have done us proud and we would like to congratulate them.
New Hope snatches spelling bee crown
Marsha-Gaye Elleson from the New Hope Preparatory is now the Spelling Bee champion for the EJC Inter-Preparatory School Spelling Competition.
Congratulations - Lenna White
Special Congratulations to our teacher from the Macedonia SDA Church and Melrose Primary and Junior High School, Mrs. Lenna Wright, for winning the Jamaica Teachers' Association (J.T.A.) Co- op Credit Union's STAR TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD (1st Place).
"Because of them… We shall prevail"
It is often said that “A Little Child Shall Lead Them” and such was the scene on Sabbath, April 25, 2015, at the Yallahs SDA Church, where the East Jamaica Conference Zone 4 Education Rally was held under the theme “Because of them … We shall Prevail. From Sabbath School to Divine hour, children and youths of all ages led out in the programme.
Day of Prayer for Kingsway
Jesus heard the prayers of several children at the Kingsway Preparatory and High School as they gathered with Teachers and Administrators to petition the heavenly throne.
Parents urged to preserve Adventist Christian education
Students, teachers, parents and administrators of schools operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in East Jamaica Conference celebrated Education Rally under the theme 'Because of them .... we shall prevail', at the North Street SDA Church on February 21, 2015. Educators and students from nine other preparatory schools operated by Seventh-day Adventist Churches in the Conference, were invited to participate in Education Rally for the first time.
Avril Spence Thanked For Thirty Five Years of Service to Adventist Christian Education
Words of appreciation, love and commendation were lavished on Ms. Avril Spence at a special appreciation dinner in recognition of her thirty five (35) years of service as a teacher at Kingsway Kinder Prep. School. The event was held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston on January 22, 2015.
KINGSWAY PREP. AND HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATE 72ND FOUNDERS DAY
The entire student population of the Kingsway Prep. and High School, along with teachers, administrative staff and special invited guests gathered to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of Founders Day under the theme, 'Because of them ... We can.' The event was held at the Kencot SDA Church on Friday January 16, 2015.