Schools are often judged or assessed based on their students outstanding achievement in academia. Meadowbrook High School is no less as it has produced a large number of outstanding achievers, too many for us to keep record of, in many different fields.

We Have Taken The Time To Highlight A Few Of Our Outstanding Achievers

Noteworthy MHS Alumni

Name Achievement
Cavelle Creighton Meadowbrook’s first Rhodes Scholar (1986)
Andrea Wright Meadowbrook’s second Rhodes Scholar (1989)
 

Jason Ricketts

First visually impaired student to enter School’s Challenge Quiz (2006 – 2009) who completed his Master’s Degree at the University of the West Indies.
Rani Sittol Medical Doctor
Tanya Perry Dental Surgeon
Yvonne Brown Attorney At Law
Mark Jones Attorney At Law
Peter Champagne Attorney At Law
Andrea King-Bird Attorney At Law
Jerusha Stupart Attorney At Law
Robert Moore Attorney At Law
Bert Samuels Attorney At Law
Christopher Townsend Attorney At Law
Claude Davis Represented Jamaica in World Cup Football, guest analyst
Tyrone Hill World Bank Communicator

Noteworthy MHS Alumni

Name Achievement
Mitzie Hunter Minister Of Education – Ontario Canada (Jan 2016-2016) MPP
Minerva Thames Professor in Pediatrics U.W.I
Archibald McDonald Principal at UWI, Mona Campus
Alfred (Freddie) Henry Coach Jamaica College: Best known for historic Triple Shields for Manning, Olivia and Walker Cups.
John Mair Olympian Coach at Vere Technical
Shelly–Ann Gallimore Assistant Coach at Virginia University (U.S.A)
Yvonne Foster Physiotherapist; Lecturer at G.C Foster College
Mark Sawyers Physiotherapist
Donald Farquharson Administrator at KPH and Jubilee Hospital
Janet Ricketts Sports Physiotherapist
Javid Braithwaite Lecturer at a University in the U.S.A.
Constance White Past editor in Chief of Essence Magazine
Jevaughn Stewart Educator
Barnswell Dennis (Jnr). Educator
Anoush Harrison-Jackson Educator
Aisha Abrahams-Parker Educator
Cheryl Lue- Simpson Educator
Deborah Rose Educator