WHO WE ARE
The Key Club of Kingston College, which was chartered by the Kiwanis Club of
Kingston, It is widely believed to have been the first Key Club in Jamaica, but this was
not so. The first Key Club to be chartered in Jamaica was the Ocho Rios Junior
Secondary School which was sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Ocho Rios on
September 21, 1970. Soon after, the North Western Academy was chartered by the
Kiwanis Club of Montego Bay (March 1971), Kingston College which was chartered by
the Kiwanis Club of Kingston (March 1974) and Iona High School which was also
chartered by the Kiwanis Club of Ocho Rios. By this time, Key Clubs in Jamaica were
growing exponentially and these clubs were a part of the Eastern Canada and
KEY CLUB JAMAICA DISTRICT
Key Club Jamaica boasts a total of 3347 members across 79 clubs. This map reveals the structure of Key Club Jamaica District. It displays the different division to which schools located in a certain area is assigned. There are seven divisions in the district.
KEY CLUB JAMAICA SCHOLARSHIP
The Key Club Jamaica District is pleased to announce the Key Club Jamaica District Scholarship. This scholarship is developed to target an active Key Club Member who has demonstrated exceptional leadership, service to their school and community and exceptional academic ability.
-Valued at $120,000 (JMD) provided as a cash award in the form of a cheque sent directly to the student in August 2021 and may be used to cover tuition, books, room and board, fees and other educational expenses.