Class of ‘89 Gives Back to Harrison High

  •   France Chambers, Communication Director
  •  Friday, July 31, 2020


A few members of the Class of 1989 from the Harrison Memorial High School presented their alma mater with a new set of sound equipment on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, at the school’s auditorium. 


The gift, which comprises speaker boxes, powered amplifiers, multi-channel mixer board and other accessories, is a timely and welcomed gesture, according to the school’s leadership. 


In expressing appreciation, Vice Principal, Orael Anderson said that the “PA System will enhance the chapel experience. It will improve communication and it will help us to interact better with the students; as we have plans to set-up a system in the classes and across the campus to make announcements and play music during the lunch break periods,” he explained.


“We are glad to give back to our school, that we are products of,” said Mr Brian Smart, speaking on behalf of the Class of 89 representatives. He also mentioned other projects that the team of past students have undertaken for both the Harrison Memorial Preparatory School in the past and the High School and has expressed intentions to make more donations in the future.


Smart shared his hope “that it will enhance the lives of the young people at the school and the school’s communication department,” he ended. 


The Harrison Memorial High School, which shares the same property as the West Jamaica Conference Headquarters in Mount Salem Montego Bay currently has a student population of approximately 300.

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