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Happy Hill Secondary School opened its doors to the nation’s children on September 9th 1980; not as Happy Hill Secondary but as Bernadette Bailey was given to the school by the People’s Revolutionary Government in honor of 12-year-old Bernadette who tragically lost her life in the bomb blast at the then Queen’s Park playing field.  The school building which was started by the Government of Sir Eric Matthew Gairy was originally planned to be a Junior Secondary School, but the new PRG decided that the school will be a secondary school instead, but one with a difference. Their vision was to have a school which addressed almost all of the academic and vocational and Technical needs of our students. 

The school’s curriculum was a very progressive one with subjects such as Woodwork, Technical Drawing, Typing, Shorthand, Food & Nutrition, Needlecraft (clothing and textiles) and a very successful Agricultural Science program.  The Happy Hill Secondary School sports teams continue to be Perennial Powerhouses in all their divisions in both male and female categories. The sports’ of football and Netball has been particularly outstanding. Although yet to win either Male or Female category at the Intercol Games, the Happy Hill Secondary School has housed and produced top national athletes and even an Olympian. As we enter this Intercol Games we ae sending out some of our best track and field athletes to compete against the rest of the nation’s best, and endeavor to give nothing less than our best. The school can be found on Facebook


HHSS Sports Results 2017 







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