SPORTS TOURS FOR SCHOOLS
Our Sports Tour programmes are customized to create the perfect balance between culture and sport for every team. We welcomes high school, college or club teams of all skill levels to train and play with teams in Jamaica. Whether you're looking for a cultural adventure with a smattering of sport, or an extreme competition experience with some sightseeing thrown in, we will create the perfect itinerary for you.
A VARIETY OF PARTNER SCHOOLS
Heinz Simonitsch SchoolMontego Bay, St James (Co-Ed)
Located in a small corner of the grounds of the Half Moon Hotel’s 400 acre property, this small, private school was founded in 2000 and is located close to the hotel’s nature reserve and the Mobay Hope Hospital. The school is set in a two storey building, and has 12 classrooms, two libraries, a science lab, art studio and computer room, as well as a spacious auditorium. The school has around 240 students from Kindergarten 1 to Senior 5, with an age grand from 4-16 years.
The average class size is 20 students. The school follows the Ministry of Education’s curriculum, but adds it own program for enrichment. There are 20 teachers, 2 of which are part time. The senior school offers English Language, English literature, Spanish, History, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, IT, Business, Art, Music, Mathematics, Integrated Science and Physical Education. After school activities such as yoga, football, karate, drawing, Key Club, Dance and volley bay are available to all students. There are 3 school terms: Sept –Dec, Jan-March and April- July.
St Hilda’s Diocesian High SchoolBrown’s Town, St Ann ( All Girls )
St. Hilda's Diocesan High School is an Anglican boarding school for girls in Brown's Town, St. Ann, Jamaica. The grade levels go up to Fifth Form. The school was founded by Canon James Philip Hall, who was then Rector of St. Mark's Anglican Church in Brown's Town, in 1906-1907
Westwood High SchoolStewart Town, St Ann ( All Girls )
One of the oldest boarding schools in Jamaica, with a high standard for excellence, and the only school that still wears a hat as a part of the uniform. They are an enthusiastic part of our programme. Located in the hills with stunning views, the classrooms are set on the very top.
St James CollegeMontego Bay, St James ( Co-Ed )
Herbert Morrison Technical High SchoolMontego Bay, St James ( Co-Ed )
Montego Bay High SchoolMontego bay, St James ( All girls)
The “girls in grey” have the challenge of maintaining the standards and decorum that have been set by the first set of ladies to attend the Montego bay high School. The school has come a long way since it 1935 beginning, when it was known as the Beaconsfield School and groomed about forty ladies.
The student body increased and new buildings were constructed alongside the old ones, to accommodate the schools rapid growth.
The school has maintained a record of academic excellence, with students regularly exceeding the national average in external examinations. The school now boats over 700 students and about 40 teachers