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We are extending a blessed and happy new year to all, in our 75th year of service to Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique. Our anniversary celebrations are about to get underway, with three major events this month.

The first event is a rededication ceremony that coincides with the official date of the school's opening on January Friday, January 21st at 8:30am as well as a liturgical mass on Saturday, January 22nd at 11:00am.

Stay tuned for more details.
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We are extending a blessed and happy new year to all, in our 75th year of service to Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique. Our anniversary celebrations are about to get underway, with three major events this month. 

The first event is a rededication ceremony that coincides with the official date of the schools opening on January Friday, January 21st at 8:30am as well as a liturgical mass on Saturday, January 22nd at 11:00am. 

Stay tuned for more details.

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Giving Tuesday is a movement to establish a national day of giving to kick-off the charitable Christmas season. It is celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Community service and giving back has always been a hallmark of Presentation College, Grenada, and it is a legacy we continue as an alumni association in New York. In the last four years years, we have given about US$15,000 to our alma mater in Grenada, through our scholarship programme, and through the sponsorship of various extra curricular activities.

In conjunction with Giving Tuesday, our alumni association is encouraging all well wishers and past students in the diaspora to support our continued mission of giving back to our dearly beloved PBC.

Your donations toward these projects will be greatly appreciated and as a 501(c) (3) organization, all donations are tax-deductible.

You may make a donation online by clicking on the ā€œMake a donationā€ button above or you may mail your donation to our mailing address listed on this web site.

Thank you for your time and attention.
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Giving Tuesday is a movement to establish a national day of giving to kick-off the charitable Christmas season. It is celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Community service and giving back has always been a hallmark of Presentation College, Grenada, and it is a legacy we continue as an alumni association in New York. In the last four years years, we have given about US$15,000 to our alma mater in Grenada, through our scholarship programme, and through the sponsorship of various extra curricular activities. 

In conjunction with Giving Tuesday, our alumni association is encouraging all well wishers and past students in the diaspora to support our continued mission of giving back to our dearly beloved PBC. 

Your donations toward these projects will be greatly appreciated and as a 501(c) (3) organization, all donations are tax-deductible. 

You may make a donation online by clicking on the ā€œMake a donationā€ button above or you may mail your donation to our mailing address listed on this web site.

Thank you for your time and attention.

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Join the PBC Family for the official launch of our 75th-anniversary celebrations on Monday, November 29th at 10:30am. The event is being live-streamed on all PBC social media sites. Please encourage all past students and well-wishers to participate in this momentous event. ... See MoreSee Less

Join the PBC Family for the official launch of our 75th-anniversary celebrations on Monday, November 29th at 10:30am. The event is being live-streamed on all PBC social media sites.  Please encourage all past students and well-wishers to participate in this momentous event.

PBC Celebrates 75 Years in 2022

The Presentation Brothers College Grenada, founded by Irish missionaries, serving under the leadership of Blessed Edmund Rice, first opened its doors to serve the Grenadian community in January 1947. Since then, the school has made a significant contribution to Grenada's socio-economic, civic, and spiritual life by producing men and women of distinction in various professional capacities.

In 2022, the institution will commemorate its 75th anniversary under the theme, ā€œCelebrating our Contributions to Nation-Buildingā€. The year-long celebration will open with a 75th Anniversary Mass on January 21st, 2022. This celebration of Holy Mass would kick off a series of monthly events throughout the year.

The 75th-anniversary celebrations intend to honor past and current students who have made significant contributions to the school and Grenada throughout the institutionā€™s seven and a half decades of existence. Additionally, the anniversary will bring together past students in Grenada and the diaspora through a series of in-person and hybrid events.

School Principal Dominic Jeremiah, the school's first lay principal, is encouraging all past students, past teachers, past parents, past ancillary staff, and other PBC well-wishers to participate in the year-long series of events. According to Jeremiah, the celebration would focus on bringing the PBC school community together to give God thanks for sustaining the school for 75 years, to reflect on the impact the school has had on the preparation of our students for service, and to continue to chart the course for the next 75 years.

It also serves as a fundraising opportunity to draw attention to the need to renovate the old Brothersā€™ residence, which is now part of the school, and the construction of a choir and music room. Additionally, the 75th-anniversary celebrations would honor past students and teachers through a memorial wall erected on the school grounds. Adrian Francis, past student and chair of the 75th-anniversary celebrations committee, says that there would be a series of events during each month of the 2022 calendar year to maximize as much participation as possible from the PBC school community.

A media launch is being held on Monday, November 29th at 10:30 am at the school to update the national community on various plans that are in motion to commemorate such a significant milestone.

A Registration Link has been included here, to encourage past students to sign up and to be kept updated on next years commemoration.

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PBC Celebrates 75 Years in 2022

The Presentation Brothers College Grenada, founded by Irish missionaries, serving under the leadership of Blessed Edmund Rice, first opened its doors to serve the Grenadian community in January 1947. Since then, the school has made a significant contribution to Grenadas socio-economic, civic, and spiritual life by producing men and women of distinction in various professional capacities. 

In 2022, the institution will commemorate its 75th anniversary under the theme, ā€œCelebrating our Contributions to Nation-Buildingā€. The year-long celebration will open with a  75th Anniversary Mass on January 21st, 2022. This celebration of Holy Mass would kick off a series of monthly events throughout the year. 

The 75th-anniversary celebrations intend to honor past and current students who have made significant contributions to the school and Grenada throughout the institutionā€™s seven and a half decades of existence. Additionally, the anniversary will bring together past students in Grenada and the diaspora through a series of in-person and hybrid events. 

School Principal Dominic Jeremiah, the schools first lay principal, is encouraging all past students, past teachers, past parents, past ancillary staff, and other PBC well-wishers to participate in the year-long series of events. According to Jeremiah, the celebration would focus on bringing the PBC school community together to give God thanks for sustaining the school for 75 years, to reflect on the impact the school has had on the preparation of our students for service, and to continue to chart the course for the next 75 years. 

It also serves as a fundraising opportunity to draw attention to the need to renovate the old Brothersā€™ residence, which is now part of the school, and the construction of a choir and music room. Additionally, the 75th-anniversary celebrations would honor past students and teachers through a memorial wall erected on the school grounds. Adrian Francis, past student and chair of the 75th-anniversary celebrations committee, says that there would be a series of events during each month of the 2022 calendar year to maximize as much participation as possible from the PBC school community. 

A media launch is being held on Monday, November 29th at 10:30 am at the school to update the national community on various plans that are in motion to commemorate such a significant milestone. 

A Registration Link has been included here, to encourage past students to sign up and to be kept updated on next years commemoration. 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdO1V87VOiicahNnQVg4Lan3-VWsTX-mzvtpA-VUxpR_zZdNw/viewform

Presentation Brothers College graduation ceremony 2021.

Presentation Brothers College graduation ceremony 2021.

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Rupert Ambrose, affectionately called Rupes, was born in Pomme Rose, St. David, on December 27th, 1937, to the late Sydney and Ethel Ambrose. Rupert attended the St. Joseph R C School at Pomme Rose then won a scholarship to attend the Presentation Brothers College (Grenada). He was also one of the founding students of the school when it opened in January 1947. Rupert migrated to the USA in 1960 and attended Howard University in Washington, D.C., where he studied Economics.

PBC past student and Rupert's former classmate Bobby Benjamin said, "the name Rupert Ambrose has been ever-present throughout my College years. One was always hearing about him making some Donation to PBC, and this became very relevant when the 40th Anniversary Celebrations was being planned. Rupert Ambrose was a tower of strength on whom I could rely during the entire proceedings. He was my "GoTo" person for many years while I was the President of the Old Boys Association. But Rupert was the de facto "Grenadian Ambassador" in Washington during his 40 plus years there. He assisted many Grenadians, especially visitors to Washington, and was a reliable source of information".

He was a driving force for education in Grenada and assisted anyone who crossed his path, especially the needy and the less fortunate. One of his projects in Grenada is that of "The Ethel and Sydney B. Ambrose Education Assistance Fund," which commenced in 2004 and continues.

The board of management and executive of the Presentation Brothers College Alumni (ae) Association in New York and Toronto extends our most profound condolences to the Ambrose and Kingston families on the passing of Rupert B. Ambrose. May his soul rest in peace.
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Rupert Ambrose, affectionately called Rupes, was born in Pomme Rose, St. David, on December 27th, 1937, to the late Sydney and Ethel Ambrose. Rupert attended the St. Joseph R C School at Pomme Rose then won a scholarship to attend the Presentation Brothers College (Grenada). He was also one of the founding students of the school when it opened in January 1947. Rupert migrated to the USA in 1960 and attended Howard University in Washington, D.C., where he studied Economics. 

PBC past student and Ruperts former classmate Bobby Benjamin said, the name Rupert Ambrose has been ever-present throughout my College years. One was always hearing about him making some Donation to PBC, and this became very relevant when the 40th Anniversary Celebrations was being planned. Rupert Ambrose was a tower of strength on whom I could rely during the entire proceedings. He was my GoTo person for many years while I was the President of the Old Boys Association. But Rupert was the de facto Grenadian Ambassador in Washington during his 40 plus years there. He assisted many Grenadians, especially visitors to Washington, and was a reliable source of information. 

He was a driving force for education in Grenada and assisted anyone who crossed his path, especially the needy and the less fortunate. One of his projects in Grenada is that of  The Ethel and Sydney B. Ambrose Education Assistance Fund, which commenced in 2004 and continues. 

The board of management and executive of the Presentation Brothers College Alumni (ae) Association in New York and Toronto extends our most profound condolences to the Ambrose and Kingston families on the passing of Rupert B. Ambrose. May his soul rest in peace.

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My sincerest sympathy to his family and all who knew him. May his soul rest in perfect peace. He was from a very decent family . God's blessings

My sincerest condolences to the family of Bro Rupert Ambrose whom I met at Howard university where we both worked. Rupert was indeed a class act and was always helpful to his many students. Like my parents he was a true Grenadian and he always displayed a keen sence to his country and his alma mater. May his outstanding work be shining star to the many west indians who reside in the USA. Rest in peace my dear brother. Ex corde Reg.

My sympathy to the families not forgetting the PBC families, teachers , parents n students extend their condolences.. RIP.

I remember Rupert Ambrose as a boy when I used to pass by his home before going on to Mt Agnes to baby sit for my mum.He was a good friend to me. He used to allow me to read his Classic Comics after school. great guy.R I P my friend. I was known as Leonard and lived with Silver and Leonard Sargent in Bellevue St,David’s.

At rest in Peace. Grenadian to the bone. I certainly benefited from his generosity and council as a HU studentšŸ™šŸ¾

Rip cuzz u left a legacy behind for us to follow .u live your best life I'm so proud of you.sleep until we meet again

My sympathy to the family, may he rest in peace.

My condolences to his family, I got to know his dad when he was a senator

RIP

Kim CR

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Sincerest condolences brother

My Condolences to the family and friends

My condolences

May you rip

rip

May he RIP

May his soul rest in peace.

May he RIP

May he RIP.

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