Harrison College

Global Influence
College in Barbados

About Harrison College

According to Wikipedia, Harrison College is a co-educational grammar school in Bridgetown, Barbados. Founded in 1733, the school takes its name from Thomas Harrison, a Bridgetown merchant, who intended it to serve as "A Public and Free School for the poor and indigent boys of the parish".

Harrison College 's Online Degrees

What Is Harrison College Known For?

Harrison College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

Harrison College 's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are Harrison College 's Most Influential Alumni?

Harrison College 's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Computer Science, Literature, and Law. Here are some of Harrison College 's most famous alumni:

Alan Emtage
An Inventor of Archie.
M. P. Shiel
M. P. Shiel
A British writer.
Tom Adams
Tom Adams
A Prime Minister of Barbados.
Roy Marshall
Roy Marshall
A Barbadian academic.
Clifford Husbands
A Barbadian judge .
Henry Doorly
An American journalist.
Austin Clarke
Austin Clarke
A Canadian writer.
Richard Drayton
A British historian.
Henry Edmund Gaskin Boyle
A British anaesthstist .
Frederick Smith
A Barbadian barrister and judge.
Errol Barrow
A Barbadian politician .
A Barbadian singer.

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