As one of the thousands of men who walked the hallowed halls of Jamaica College, you are indeed TRUE BLUE. We were privileged to attend one of the oldest and best school of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. An institution steeled in an enviable history and rich traditions.
You can count yourself amongst the leaders, innovators explorers, the movers and shakers, of not only our nation but of our world. Making our mark, wherever we go and in whatever we do, while making the 'ROCK' and the world a better place - in fulfillment of that solemn call to serve.
As your Old Boys Association for the Diaspora in the North Eastern United States, we know that 'True Blue' runs through your veins. So here on this portal, you’ll find everything there is to connect and reconnect to that place you once called home.
So welcome to the Jamaica College Old Boys Association of New York. Connect and reconnect. Get involved. Give us a shout.
And, of course...FERVET FOREVER!
Congratulations to the Jamaica College BlueBots - WINNERS of The Inspire Award - (the top award) at 2023 NCB Foundation FTC Jamaica National Championships. This year’s team choice award went to Jamaica College (1st), Calabar (2nd) and Immaculate (3rd)
JCOBA-NY is committed to empowering Jamaica College students through academic and athletic excellence, with a focus on promoting and funding STEM education. We believe in providing innovative learning opportunities and top-tier athletic resources to unlock every student's potential for success. Our tireless efforts aim to create a transformative and enduring impact on the experiences of all students at our alma mater, equipping them with the skills, knowledge, and mindset to thrive in the 21st century and beyond.
HON MICHAEL MANLEY
Any country and any people who do not recognise the fundamental importance of investing in education has no future. Happily, the Jamaica College Old Boys Association of New York has been engaged in a strategic programme of providing continuing assistance to our school, which is more necessary today than ever before. I wish for the association a long life and continued success.