Brief History

History of the School

The JSP was started in May of 1970, under the directorship of Guy V. Caskey, formerly a missionary to South, Central and East Africa. A four-year diploma programme of studies was offered to any enrolled student body of twenty-six. At that time, all teachers were American Christians. The objective of the then administration was that eventually the JSP would be fully operated by a Caribbean staff. That objective has now been fully realized.

Past directors, after Brother Caskey, were:

John Featherstone, Sr. ,

Jim Massey,

Carl Maples,

and now GLADWYN KIDDOE.