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San Pedro High SchoolSan Pedro High School is a private and government aided secondary school located in San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye, Belize, Central America. The school was founded in 1971 at a time when only few students could afford to attend high school in Belize City on the mainland and was established to break away from this pattern and provide secondary educational opportunity for a wider sector of the community. It started with 30 students and graduated 9 in its first graduation. Presently the demand for education is ever evident as the enrollment pattern gradually increase. The new school body will be 600+ students and the last graduating class of 2014-2015 was 80 students. This school year, 2015-2016, there will be 6 freshmen, 5 sophomores, 4 juniors, 4 seniors classes.

Anchor in Success, our school motto is deeply rooted in the development of the total self. Our school is involved in both regional and national sporting activities where we have shown great competitiveness in this area. Our students have excelled academically in several competitions such as the Food and Nutrition team that represented Belize in the Caribbean region and winning the coveted championship for the Math Olympiad in Belize.School Logo

Our School Colors are Green and White. Green, symbolizing the growth, stability and harmony portrayed by the marine ecosystem. White, symbolizing the innocence of a child and the willingness to gain knowledge.

Our School Logo is comprised of a ship's anchor and its rope. The rope represents the strength and perseverance one must have in order to meet the challenges in life successfully. The anchor represents holding fast to education which will lead to success. The year of establishment is inscribed on the shank of the anchor.







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