Immaculate Conception High celebrates 165th anniversary
Catholic Archbishop of Kingston Father Kenneth Richards has the attention of Immaculate Conception High School (ICHS) Chairman Carol Anglin (left); Education Minister Fayval Williams (second left); and ICHS Principal Stacey Reynolds, following the school's 165th anniversary service at Holy Trinity Cathedral in Kingston, Sunday.

Immaculate Conception High School in St Andrew on Sunday celebrated its 165th anniversary with a service held at Cathedral of The Most Holy Trinity in Kingston. Staff photographer Karl Mclarty captured these highlights:

Immaculate Conception High School students worship at the school's 165th anniversary service at Holy Trinity Cathedral in Kinsgton, Sunday.
Members of the Immaculate Conception High School band perform at their school's 165th anniversary service on Sunday, at Holy Trinity Cathedral in Kingston.

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