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(March 2014) Denbigh High School (formerly known as Denbigh Junior Secondary School, Denbigh Secondary School and Denbigh Comprehensive High School) is a high school in Clarendon, Denbigh, Jamaica.  founded in 1969, seven years after Jamaican independence Overview [ edit]
Denbigh High School may refer to: Denbigh High School, Denbighshire in Denbigh, Wales. Denbigh High School, Luton in Bedfordshire, England. Denbigh High School (Jamaica) in Clarendon, Denbigh, Jamaica. Denbigh High School (Newport News, Virginia) in Newport News, Virginia, USA. Topics referred to by the same term.
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St. Jago High School (formerly Beckford & Smith) in Spanish Town, St Catherine, Jamaica, founded in 1744, is one of the oldest, continuously operated schools in the Western Hemisphere. It is renowned for graduating some of Jamaica's senior military officers, world class cricketers, academic scholars, performing artists, and Olympic athletes.
Clarendon Parish, Jamaica Clarendon is a parish in Jamaica. It is located on the south of the island, roughly halfway between the island's eastern and western ends. Located in the county of Middlesex, it is bordered by Manchester on the west, Saint Catherine in the east, and in the north by Saint Ann. Its capital and largest town is May Pen .
May Pen's geographical position is situated near the centre of the entire island. May Pen has long been viewed as one of Jamaica's most important agriculture towns. During its heyday of Jamaican bauxite mining, citrus and sugar production, Clarendon was among Jamaica's leading parishes in terms of economic activity.