Ardenne is founded on high ethical principles based on the moral teachings of Christianity. Its motto, "Deo Duce Quaere Optima", translates "With God As Guide, Seek The Best." Ardenne High School is committed to providing quality education in a Christian environment and to inculcate the principles of Christian tolerance and self-discipline as the foundation for self worth. This is achieved by offering a wide variety of activities, which serves to prepare students to become responsible and contributing members of society.Read More
Ardenne High School's commitment to providing quality education was clearly demonstrated with 101 of its grade-10 students achieving success in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) mathematics exam this year. Ninety-four of the students achieved grade one passes, and 88 earned straight-A profiles.
Ann Mason, head of the mathematics department at the St Andrew school, said the impressive pass rate affirmed the institution's objectives of ensuring that every student is given the opportunity to excel.
Six principals who have demonstrated exemplary leadership qualities have been chosen as the second batch to be officially inducted into the National College for Educational Leadership (NCEL) Executive Principals’ League (EPL).
They are principal of Allman Town Primary, Kandi-Lee Alexandria Crooks-Smith; principal of Manchester High, Jasford Gabriel; principal of Ardenne High, Nadine Molloy; principal of Petersfield Primary and Infant, Susan Rattray-Hammond; principal of York Castle High, Raymon Treasure; and principal of Belmont Academy, Rayon Simpson.
The 2016 Spelling Bee Champion is St Andrew's Chaunte Blackwood of Ardenne High School.After an intense showdown with 13 other parish finalists, Blackwood walked away victorious in The Gleaner's Children's Own Spelling Bee Finals.
The winning word was A-R-R-O-Y-O. Blackwood topped first runner-up Kingston's Assana Thompson.
This year's 2015 CAPE results are in and Ardenne's principal Nadine Molloy is happy with the impressive results. They have attained 100 per cent passes in 15 subject areas and an overall pass rate of 97 per cent, up from 94 per cent at the 11-acre Hope Road institution.
But Molloy is not long distracted by this new round of success as she and her key support staff members are steadfastly focused on a more ambitious mission. Her team is undertaking a radical transformation of the sixth-form experience offered at Ardenne.
Over the years, Ardenne alumni have bonded together in an effort to promote and enrich the academic, cultural, physical and social development of Ardenne. They have also built fellowship between one another, while serving the needs of the school community, by way of organized Past Students Associations.