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About The Wolmer's Old Boys' Association

The WOBA was founded in 1905, to keep Old Boys in touch with each other, while at the same time to preserve their affection for the school.
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The Wolmer’s Old Boys’ Association (WOBA) was founded in 1905, to keep Old Boys in touch with each other, while at the same time to preserve their affection for and to foster the interests of their alma mater. Over 100 years later, WOBA has evolved into a legally recognized charitable association that operates exclusively for the betterment of our school, the Wolmer's Trust High School for Boys.

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Recent Campus Activites

There was laughter and smiles all around as Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Dr Andrew Wheatley (third left), celebrated the successful implementation of two energy efficiency projects at the Wolmer’s Trust High School for Girls
There was laughter and smiles all around as Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Dr Andrew Wheatley (third left), celebrated the successful implementation of two energy efficiency projects at the Wolmer’s Trust High School for Girls which were carried out by the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ).  Wolmer’s Girls has saved over J$2 million since the PCJ installed a solar photovoltaic (PV) system and completed an LED lighting upgrade project at the School.  Enjoying the moment are (from left) the PCJ’s Manager, Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, Dr Peter Ruddock, Chairman of the Wolmer’s School Board, Lincoln McIntyre, Principal of the Wolmer’s Trust High School for Girls, Colleen Montague, Head Girl, Shanae Christian and Head Monitor, Suen Chang.

Kingston, Jamaica — The Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) has successfully implemented two major energy intervention projects at the Wolmer’s Girls School, at a total cost of $7 million, which are expected to generate savings of more than $2.5 million each year.
The PCJ installed a $3 million, 10kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system and carried out a $4 million LED lighting upgrade project at the Kingston-based institution between 2015 and 2016.

The solar PV system, which consists of 42 polycrystalline panels and grid-tied inverters, can reduce the school’s energy usage by 17,550 kWh per year, and could cut the institution’s annual energy costs by approximately J$474,000.  
The PCJ, in a news release, said that Wolmer’s Girls is one of 15 schools across the island that have received PV systems under a J$62 million initiative, which it undertook as part of its efforts to reduce the public sector’s energy bills.  
The project, which also includes three government agencies, is projected to offset 344,000 kilowatt hours of electricity annually that will save the Government approximately J$16 million annually.
In a similar vein, the PCJ supplied and installed 1,045 light-emitting diode (LED) lamps both indoors and outdoors across the Wolmer’s Girls School campus, replacing fluorescent, incandescent and sodium vapour bulbs. Already the school is reaping significant benefits as between January and December 2016, the LED lighting cut energy consumption by 63,300 kWh which equates to savings of approximately J$2.5 million, PCJ said.
Speaking at the handing over ceremony today, Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Dr Wheatley said, “The Government of Jamaica is committed to bringing all public entities up to competitive standards in energy efficiency and conservation and the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology looks forward to more savings and gains from energy interventions such as these which have been carried out at Wolmer’s by the PCJ as the government aggressively implements its energy security and efficiency strategy and roadmap on the road to inclusive and sustainable development.”

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12 September 2018

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05 September 2018

Wolmer's Principals Accept Check

The GraceKennedy Group yesterday solidified their commitment to the 2017 Inter Secondary Schools Sport Association (ISSA) Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Championships by handing over a cheque for $63m in a total sponsorship package worth $110 million.
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