Founded in 1733, ‘Kolij’, as it as affectionately known, takes its name from Thomas Harrison, a Bridgetown merchant, who intended it to serve as “A Public and Free School for the poor and indigent boys of the parish”. Ms. Juanita Wade became the Principal of Harrison College in 2014 following 24 years at The Alleyne School in Belleplaine, St Andrew, four years as an Education Officer (2006-2010) and four as Deputy Principal of Queen’s College. I can assure you that the creation of this Page is but a part of our overall efforts to continuously improve the quality of pedagogy within the classroom. HARRISON COLLEGE (Founded 1733) Crumpton Street, Bridgetown. ... Juanita Wade. Harrison College is the premier co-educational grammar school in Barbados. Principal of Harrison College, Juanita Wade (centre); with mentor Shawn Hunte (left), US Ambassador to Barbados, Linda Taglialatela (far right); and six of the seven Second Formers that won the US Embassy STEM Video Competition at the award ceremony that was held at Harrison College … 3rd place finisher David Johnson with Harrison College principal, Juanita Wade, and SWSM lecturer Dr. Richard Drayton: 2016-11-28. Wade, the principal at Harrison College, however, expressed confidence that this increase would be counted among the “needs” of principals to which the ministry has promised to respond. Harrison College showed Queen’s College who the real kings are with a dominant 66-26 trouncing this afternoon in the final of the Co-operators General Insurance Under-16 Knockout Competition played at the Barbados Community College. Telephone: 4 6-454 / Fax: 4 6-781 Roll: 104 (Co-educational from 1980). Principal: Principal of Harrison College Juanita Wade said that she was pleased to receive the helping hand as every contribution – big or small – went a long way to making her school’s participation a reality. SWSML Essay Competition - Lazaro Jackson 1st Place.pdf (216.3 KB) SWSML Essay Competition - Rhianna Smith 2nd Place.pdf (302.28 KB) Principal Juanita Wade also confirmed that the number of students qualifying for the awards is consistent with the institution’s average, but added that this year’s grades were projected to be above the average. Miss Osborn was born February 20, 1904 in Harrison County, Missouri and moved with her father to Aberdeen when she was 10 years of age. A former winner of the The 65 boards, which were installed as part of the whiteboard project at the institution, were formally presented during full assembly last Friday. Her mother died one month after her birth leaving the child to the care of the father and aunt Miss May Osborn. At Harrison College, we remain committed to using technological best practices to ensure that we provide the best overall educational experience for our students. Harrison College (HC) has fully outfitted its classrooms and laboratories with whiteboards.