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George Moody Stuart School
Golden Rock ♦ 465-8106
      Motto: "I am...I can...I ough...I will..."


School's History
Open in 1961, George Moody Stuart School also called Factory School, is no longer located in its original location above the Sugar factory in Golden Rock, Basseterre. As the Government required the land to accomodate the West Basseterre By-Pass Road.

The school has been temporarily re-located to the Factory Social Center. A proposal has been put in place for the school to move to permanent new home in the LimeKiln area or somewhere there about.

The school is name in honour of Mr. George Moody Stuart, C.B.E., who was chairman of St. Kitts (Basseterre) Sugar Factory Ltd., from 1912 to 1936.


Head Teacher/Principals
Mrs. Warren
Mrs. Zita Bowry



Maurice Hillier Memorial Junior School Methodist

Motto: Altiora Sequamur:  Aim for the Highest

Mission Statement
To provide quality education, which not only enables our children to obtain a sound foundation for secondary education, but also for community living based on Christian principles such as honesty, integrity and love, through a curriculum that addresses their spiritual, intellectual, social and physical development.


School's History


The late Rev. Maurice Hillier, a Methodist Pastor, was the founder of the Epworth Junior School. 
 

The school was opened on September 21, 1953 with
approximately 35 pupils, one principal and two teachers.  The roll of the school increased rapidly due to love, dedication and commitment of the teachers
.The Maurice Hillier Memorial Jr. It is located at Nevis Street.
 


Head Teacher/Principals
Mrs. Edwards 
Mrs. Phillip
Ms. Morton
Mrs. Icilma Springer 




   



Montessori Academy
P. O. Box 1206, Basseterre, St. Kitts ♦ Phone: 466-1026

 Email: montessori@sisterisles.kn http://www.stkittsmontessoriacademy.com/
 

Mission Statement

The Montessori Academy aims to provide a carefully planned, comfortable, safe and stimulating environment which will help the child develop within themselves the foundation of habits, attitudes, skills and ideas that are essential for a lifetime of creative thinking and learning.

Montessori's overriding goal for children in this age group is the development of a passion for lifelong learning. No purpose for education could be more pertinent to our world today and tomorrow.

 

School History

 

The Montessori Academy was established in September 2001. The school was a dream and realization of Dale Amory who wanted to open a school that offered the Montessori method of education as an alternative to the education systems already available in St. Kitts.

 

Principal

Dale Amory

 

 

Saint Joseph's Primary School Catholic
George Street, Newtown 465-7582
Email:
stjosephs.primary@gmail.com


School's History
Father Frank Molly, an Irishman while attending to the adult of his flock, didnot lost sight of the little ones. He built a school house and opened a Catholic Parochial School because of lack of funds, he was forced to close the school oo September16, 1872. It was later reopened by Father Gangneux and enlarged by Father Petras Smyth in 1902. In 1906 Father Alphonsus Stainforth, after whom name Stainforth Street has been named, purchase a large property beyond the Prebytery gardens. The spacious building was turned into a schoolroom and the garden into a playground for the school children.
School reopened on April, 1907. The present building was the second in the island to be constructed with concrete blocks supplied by the Basseterre Sugar Factory. Among the four batch of teachers were Nuns, called Madames, and later Mother and now simply addressed as Sisters. Madames Theresa, Claire Emelda, Dorsetta and Alavisha were known to have taught at St. Joesph's in the early 1920's.   

Head Teacher/Principals

Ms. Bass
Mrs. Vernice Rogers




Saint Theresa's Convent School Catholic
  East Independence Square 466-7047

Mission Statement

St. Theresa's Convent School's mission is to form character, to pursue excellence in the education and training of the whole person in body, mind, spirit and emotions in a Catholic Christian environment and to creatively provide a curriculum that will properly prepare each student for the challenges of the 21st Century.

 

School's History
Convent High was opened in July 1896 with four Sisters of Mercy from England and 40 pupils and was closed because of lack of support. It was re-opened in January 1912 after the consent of the Order of the Union of the Sacrad Heart and the Sisters who arrived in December 5th, 1911. Various Sisters administered the
school,especially the Convent of the Sacrad Heart, the Sisters of Mercy, the ICM sisters who also recruited a local
vocation from St. Kitts: Sr. Elmosa Charles, ICM. The last order of sisters who managed the schools was Daugthers of Jesus, but after the death of three sisters during the Christina Disaster in 1970 the sisters pulled out and local lay principals appointed by the Catholic School Board wer given the responsibility of managing the schools. Most recently the schools were managed by the Caribbean native sisters from Jamaica the Franciscan Missionary Sisters, one of them Sr. Barbara Whyte, a nurse who served in the local Hospital is also a native of St. Kitts. Contruction work is being done presently on a new wing of the school and when construction work is finish the Saint Therea's Convent School
and Saint Joesph's Primary School will be merge into one school.


Principals   

1976--Mr. C. Farrier 1st Lay Principal.
1978--Mr. V. Warner 2nd Lay Principal
1981--Mrs. E. Grey 1st female Principal
1996--Mrs. B. Franks became Vice Principal
1995--Sr. Mary Andrew assumed the role of Supervising Principal
2005--Mrs. L. Pistana assumed the role of Principal after the Blue Sisters' departure.

Immaculate Conception Catholic School


In January 2010 the new wing was completed and
blessed. Students and teachers from both schools moved in on the 25th January with Mrs. L. Pistana & Mrs. V. Rogers as Principals: K - 2 & Gr. 6 - 8. Phase 2 broke ground in February, 2010.
 





St. Kitts Seventh-Day Adventist Primary School Adventist
Pond Site, Basseterre 465-6726/1763
Email:
seventhdayadventistschool@gmail.com

Motto: Nihil Nisi Optium – “Nothing But the Best”

Mission Statement

The Fundamental purpose of the St. Kitts Seventh-Day Adventist Primary School is to prepare the student in a Christian atmosphere for efficient, excellent and useful service in his immediate community and beyond, in preparation for the hereafter.

 





 

Head Teacher/Principals

Mr. Leroy Pemberton Sr.

Mrs. Lorrenzine Supersaud
Ms. Constance Fleming

Mrs. Claudette Cross

Mrs. Yvette Blanchette


 









 
 

 
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