Its German Rennaissance design and majestic clock tower make Queen's Royal College one of the country's most ... More
Queen's Royal College
Its German Rennaissance design and majestic clock tower make Queen's Royal College one of the country's most recognizable landmarks. The school, located around the Queen's Park Savannah , was known originally as the Stuart Grammar School for Boys and was housed elsewhere in the capital in the mid-nineteenth century. Today, Queen's Royal College is one of the country's most notable boys' secondary schools and is the alma mater of several prominent nationals, including the country's first Prime Minister, Dr Eric Williams.
QRC is definately the BEST college in T&T no others can top it and I can tell you cause I am a current student there.everything is up to mark and every morning i wake up proud to be a part of it and everyone has a high respect for us when they see us in uniform.keep being no.1 QRC
I loved attending QRC, everything about QRC made me burst with pride, especially wearing the uniform. Being a part of the QRC culture, has made me succesdful in life, I am where I am, because of the discipline, motivation and character instilled in me, from my time at QRC (84-90).
I love everything about QRC because it motivates you and gets you involve in a lot of sports that keeps you in healthy shape. I should know cause i go there from September. If you qualify for QRC, well CONGRATULATIONS and good luck. You'll meet me there. If not continue working extremely hard. Peace Out. Deuce!!
it is the best all round school in trinidad and tobago you are left with a sense of brotherhood and leave with guaranteed world of knowledge and is a stepping stone towards a successful life. this is dominic thomson lowe for all who know me....the movement continues
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