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Secondary Schools

Ellerslie Secondary

Black Rock
St. Michael
Ellerslie Secondary Principal
Stacia Austin - Principal

Black Rock, St. Michael



The Ellerslie School is located in St. Stephen's, Black Rock, St. Michael. The area occupied by the school was once part of the Ellerslie Plantation. Construction of the school commenced in l965 and Ellerslie Comprehensive, as it was then called, opened fully on September 26th, 1966, under the leadership of Mr. Cuthbert Brathwaite, Headmaster, and Mr. William Isaacs, Acting Deputy Headmaster (both now deceased).

Our Motto

TEMPORE SAPIENTERE UTERE (Make Wise Use of Your Time).

Our Vision

To cultivate positive growth through challenging activities that result in well rounded citizens who can function effectively in a dynamic global community.

Our Mission Statement

To provide a secure, structured and innovative environment which empowers staff and students to maximise their potential to develop into responsible, creative, caring members of our changing society.

School Organization



There are ten (10) Heads of Departments and six (6) Year Heads with responsibilities for Form Levels 1-6.



There are five forms at year levels 1 to 5. Each year level is managed by a Senior Teacher.



Various sports including athletics, badminton, cricket, football, hockey, netball and volleyball.



Activities include Band, draughts, etiquette, choir and I.S.C.F.
Ellerslie Secondary Deputy Principal
Ronald Leacock - Deputy Principal

School Song

O Ellerslie, O Ellerslie,
Source of light and education
O Ellerslie, O Ellerslie,
Fount of meek illumination.
The hills beyond with halls sublime,
Encourage, exhort wise use of time,
While neighbouring factories supply
Scope in plenty for deft hands to try.

O Ellerslie, O Ellerslie,
Generous alma mater benign,
O Ellerslie, O Ellerslie,
You nurture and imbue the mind.
Sons and daughters in their station
Will find deep pride in this our nation
And torches be diffusing light
Beacons fair for those pursuing right