John Gray prefects complete their tenure

The 2015-2016 John Gray High School Year 11 prefects with Principal Jon Clark, back center, and teacher Cassandra Ebanks (head of prefects), to his right.

Thirty-five Year 11 students have completed their year-long tenure as prefects of the John Gray High School class of 2016.

The prefects assisted in mentoring, tutoring, and carrying out canteen and compound duty. They also raised funds for the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and the Nadine Andreas Children’s Home – $1,055 and $402, respectively – through bake sales and Christmas caroling.

With the support of the school community, the prefects hosted a teacher appreciation event at the school’s hall.

As a reward for their efforts over the year, the group was treated to a field trip, with lunch at Rum Point, and tours at Pedro St. James, and the Mission House in Bodden Town.

Josue Sanchez-Ebanks and Chauntol Hylton served as this year’s head boy and girl.


  1. Wow, a vest and field trips. Back in our day, prefects got a little badge that said “prefect” and lunch duty in the cafeteria, and that was about it as I recall. Then again, back then only Mr. Standen’s computer empire was air conditioned.

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