Featured Alumni


Nathanael Patterson


Nathanael Patterson is a graduate of the third batch of students from the Calabar Basic School in the year 2002. At the primary school level he was an academic stalwart which earned him a scholarship to Cornwall College; a premier high school in Jamaica where he also maintained excellent academic standing. He recently completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health from the University of the West Indies. He now applies his skills at the Jamaica Urban Transit Company as a Safety Assistant Officer. Nathanael has always been around the institution and is familiar with what goes into the continued success of the Calabar Basic School and has pledged is undying devotion to his first alma mater.


Myesha Broadie


Myesha Broadie is a young radio Journalist who is from the small community of Braco Trelawny. Calabar Basic School is one of the schools she attended in her earlier years. While at the Calabar basic school, she was an outstanding student and the staff at the institution, in recognising her talents, helped her to improve on such talents. She later moved on to the Rio Bueno Primary and then the Duncans All-Age School, where she sat her GSAT exams and matriculated to the Muschett High School. After successful obtaining excellent passes in 9 CXC subjects, Myesha moved on to further her pre-university studies at the William Knibb High Sixth form programme. Where she  maintained her academic prowess as a distinction student. During her time at the institution, Myesha, made significant achievements and was bestowed several leadership positions, she also won a national writing competition cementing her skill set.
Myesha matriculated to the University of the West Indies Mona campus where she continued to display excellence as a Journalism major. She also made significant contributions to her Hall of Residence and faculty whilst at the university. And was thereby awarded for her contributions as a Writer and Editor and numerous committees.
The Trelawny native graduated in 2018, earning a Bachelors Degree in Journalism and History with honours. Before graduation, Myesha landed her dream job at Irie Fm a premier radio station in Jamaica and is based in Kingston, where she writes, produces, reports and presents news and entertainment stories. She is featured on the station's 2019 and 2020 calendars.