John Gray High School

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Welcome to the John Gray High School website.
John Gray is a vibrant and forward thinking school located in George Town, the capital of some of the most beautiful islands in the world, the Cayman Islands.

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  • The New John Gray High School (JGHS) officially opened on Monday, 20 March, with a formal ceremony in the gymnasium. Ministry of Education (MOE) Acting Chief Officer Lyneth Monteith welcomed

  • Working as a team to bring world-class teaching and learning to JGHS.

  • Forty-nine local employers, educational establishments, government agencies and community partners showcased their organisations’ work during John Gray High School’s Career Fair held in its gymnasium last Friday (12 February).

  • principal's welcome

    Welcome to the John Gray High School website. John Gray is a vibrant and forward-thinking school located in George Town, the capital of some of the most beautiful islands in the world, the Cayman Islands.

    My name is Jonathan Clark, and I am very honoured to have taken up the position of Principal at John Gray High School in February 2016, leading my dedicated and passionate team of teachers and other professionals in educating, inspiring, and enriching the lives of the children of Cayman as we embark on a new, exciting chapter of a school with a proud history.

    ‘Discipline, Excellence and Pride’ is the vision here at John Gray High School and we have our ‘High 5’ values, developed by students and staff in partnership, of ‘Right Time, Right Place, Respect, Responsibility and Achievement’ which we live by to help us meet that vision.

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    school leadership team

    Jonathan clarke

    principal

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    gavin mcdougall

    vice principal

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    Chabienauth Samaroo

    vice principal

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    patricia forbes

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    news from the dept. of education services

    RESEMBID TVET Career Day
    Members of the Education team participated in the RESEMBID TVET Career Day and Symposium, which took place at UCCI earlier today. Here are some of the photos. read more ❯
    Clifton Hunter Wins 2023 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports
    After three days of intense competition at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex, Clifton Hunter High School emerged as the 2023 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Champions on Friday (24 March). Outstanding performances from divisional champions Gabrielle Cooke (Under-13 and Victrix Ludorum) and Rahnia Beach (Under-17) aided the team in amassing 1,100 points to defeat five-time defending champions John...read more ❯
    New John Gray High School Officially Opens
    The New John Gray High School (JGHS) officially opened on Monday, 20 March, with a formal ceremony in the gymnasium.Ministry of Education (MOE) Acting Chief Officer Lyneth Monteith welcomed the guests, saying, “The new facility will undoubtedly provide students with a state-of-the-art learning environment that will inspire and challenge them to reach their full potential.”During the...read more ❯
    Student registration set to begin in March
    The Department of Education Services (DES) announces an early start to standard registration for the 2023/2024 academic year."We will commence registration for the upcoming academic year on 1 March instead of our usual 1 April start date this year to provide families with placement confirmation prior to the summer break, giving them ample time to prepare for the new school year", DES Director,...read more ❯
    COVID-19 Guidance Updated
    Newly updated guidance has been issued by the Department of Education Services. Please see the link below to download and review. COVID-19 Guidance for Educational Institutions - Revised August 2022 Download read more ❯
    Public Notice - Remote Learning
    Remote learning will commence on Monday 4th October for all yearn 9WJ students from John Gray High School and Year 3 Oxilly and Year 5 Lalor students from Prospect Primary School as these students are required by Public Health to isolate following the confirmation of additional positive COVID-19 cases within these classes.read more ❯