Thomas Saunders Secondary School

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Thomas Saunders Secondary School
Thomas Saunders Secondary School

Coordinates 13°09′14″N61°13′26″W / 13.1540208°N 61.2237919°W / 13.1540208; -61.2237919 Coordinates: 13°09′14″N61°13′26″W / 13.1540208°N 61.2237919°W / 13.1540208; -61.2237919
Type Public Secondary School
MottoStriving for excellence
Established2005 (2005)

Thomas Saunders Secondary School is a high school located at Richmond Hill, Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The building was formerly the Richmond Hill Primary School. The school was named after a former principal of the Richmond Hill Primary School, Thomas Saunders. Their motto is "Striving for excellence". The School was established in 2005 and held their first graduation in 2010. [1] [2]

Like all Vincentian schools the students wear uniforms. The Thomas Saunders Secondary School students wear white shirts, black pants for boys and black skirts for girls, and a red and black striped tie.

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  1. "Thomas Saunders Secondary School" . Retrieved 29 October 2017.
  2. "Trial Runs For First Form - Thomas Saunders Secondary School" . Retrieved 29 October 2017.