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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.

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Ardenne High continues to excel in performing arts

Ardenne High School cemented its hold on the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) Marcus Garvey Awards for Excellence in the Performing Arts.

The school has continuously impressed audiences and judges at the JCDC competition for over a decade and did so with ease at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts at The University of the West Indies on October 11.

Jamaica Gleaner
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$60 million health and wellness centre to be constructed at Ardenne High

Students and staff at Ardenne High School in St Andrew will soon benefit from the establishment of a health and wellness centre.

The Ardenne High School Health and Wellness Centre, which is slated for completion within a year, is projected to cost approximately $60 million.

Jamaica Gleaner
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Ardenne High principal receives PM's Medal of Appreciation

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Principal of Ardenne High School (AHS), Nadine Molloy has been awarded the Prime Minister’s medal of appreciation.Molloy, who is an experienced educator, has been recognised for her years of service in the field of education.

Hailing from the parish of Portland, Molloy is a trained teacher and librarian who has served in various capacities across education. She served for two terms as the President of the Jamaica Association of Principals of Secondary Schools (JAPSS) and was President of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association from 2010-2011.

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Molloy pushes for Ja’s education sector to move full STEAM ahead

As delegates from various Caribbean territories met on Monday morning for the Caribbean Union of Teachers (CUT) Women’s Biennial Conference, at least one Jamaican educator, Nadine Molloy, principal of Ardenne High School, made it known that the arts need to be more widely accepted, especially for girls and women in the region to be more progressive.

Amid decades of women’s movements and females outnumbering males at the tertiary level, and with the University College of the Caribbean (UCC) having announced 88 per cent of its 2022-2023 graduates on Sunday being women, Molloy had to touch on the issue and incorporated Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) in the mix.

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Ardenne sixth-formers urged to strengthen character, build Ja

Federal Reserve Bank of New York auditor Clive Blackwood has urged sixth-formers at the Ardenne High School to strive to make the most of opportunities in Jamaica as they grow into adulthood and look to contribute to the country’s development rather than set their sights on going overseas.

Blackwood, an alumnus, was the lecturer at the St Andrew-based high school’s Distinguished Sixth-Form Lecture on Wednesday.

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Ardenne Alumni


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.

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