Blackmans, St. Joseph
Grantley Adams Memorial School was officially opened on May 3, 1955 as a co-educational school catering to the needs of students from St. Joseph's Boys' and Girls' and the St. Bernard's Boys' and Girls' schools.
The school was formerly known as the West St. Joseph Secondary Modern School, West St. Joseph Comprehensive School and West St. Joseph Secondary School. On September 14, 1984 it was renamed Grantley Adams Memorial School.
Equality. Opportunity. Service.
To challenge students to discover and maximize their unique abilities, talents and interests through problem-solving, creative thinking and application skills in order to develop productive Global citizens.
Grantley Adams Memorial School is dedicated to the delivery of quality education to each child through curriculum integration aimed at providing each child with the knowledge and skills rquired for a changing society and economy.
Dear ancient home of by-gone days,
In foliage lush reclining,
Now houses halls of youthful souls,
Our gladsome voices ringing.
We strive for excellence sublime,
We meet from day to day,
And fight for better things to come,
In work, in rule, in play.
A virile nation we would build
For all the world to see,
And when we leave these portals wide
Still work with energy,
The lives of great ones gone before,
Heroes of this fair land,
Will keep us mindful evermore,
Of heritage so grand!
Our sons and daughters'll pass this way
Our light for them must shine,
And in their souls a greater light,
Will glow with flame divine.
To richer things then let's aspire,
As dawn gives way to noon
And we and they in grand refrain,
Ascend to heights unknown!