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Queen's Royal College, Trinidad and Tobago

Queen's Royal College - Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago
Queen's Royal College
Queen's Park West, Port of Spain, Trinidad and TobagoMap
Maraval Road
+1 868 622 1671

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.

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By Michael Legere | Posted 03/11/13
  During my years at Queen's Royal College (QRC) 1963-1969 I remeber we had one of the best relay track teams in the country for under 13, under 15 and under 17. Ken Jones would run the 1st leg, Don Cudjoe the second, Yours truly Mike Legere the 3rd leg and larry Springer would anchor us to victory. We never lost. Check the records and asked any of my relay track teammates. Those were fun days and I would always remember QRC and those glory days. Vive QRC....   Read More
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By Michael Legere | Posted 02/13/13
  I attended QRC from 1963-1969 and I can honestly say that it is the best. Thanks for common entrance exams I was able to get an opportunity to attend one of the most prestigious educational institutions of Trinidad and Tobago. I am proud to be an alumni and i am proud of the great teachers that helped me along to get a great education---On a scale of 1-10. QRC is most definitely a 10....Michael Legere...   Read More
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5 th most recommended thing to do in Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago