In 1902 Mrs. Williams and Ms. Easie resigned and were succeeded by Ms. Simpson, who served for two years. From 1905 to 1944 Misses Millicent and May Branch served as joint headmistresses.
Because of steadily increasing numbers, the school changed its location several times. It first moved to St. Mary's Street, near the Nook, then East and Radcliff, back to St. Mary's Street and finally to its present location. At that time suitable accommodations became a pressing problem and so the idea of a building fund started. It was also decided that a governing body be created and have complete control of the school. In 1964 the school became government owned.
During the 1960s the school's curricula was rather limited. Subjects such as Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish and Music were excluded from the school's curricula. At the end of Secondary School, many of the young ladies were only able to teach Latin, French, and English. Many passed through without the benefit of a science subject. However when the government took over the school there was expansion of the curricula and sciences were included. A science lab was built, for prior to that, the ladies had to go to the A.G.S for Science classes. Today, in addition to the science, busines...
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... women aiming to present us in the political arena- Gail Christian, Jacque-Quinn-Leandro and Joanne Massiah. Today these young ladies have found their mark and two are now holding ministerial positions in the government and one is a senator. This is what we can attain once we have been though these walls.
From a school where admission was once based on social or economic status
and not brain but birth, the A.G.H.S. has come a long way. We now enter on the basis of academic ability and performance in the Common Entrance Exam. This school therefore challenges us to be multifaceted in our education and not to reduce ourselves to little horizons.
We are proud that as a premier institution it continues to demonstrate the capacity to educate Antiguan young women so they we can take their rightful places in society.
LONG LIVE ANTIGUA GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL!!!!!!!!!
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