Ora Et Labore

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We the alumnae of Westwood High School for girls proudly call ourselves ‘The Westwood Old Girls Association’, an attestation of the feeling that we are an integral part of the school. It can easily be argued that to a great extent, Westwood’s strength lies in the fact that its Old Girls have returned as Principals or members of staff, or have otherwise remained close to the school. Helping our alma mater Westwood and its students to succeed – that’s WOGA’s reason for being.

The Westwood Old Girls Association was founded in the 1920’s due to the efforts of Mary Carnegie Kelly and her contemporaries. Since then, the Association has had many dynamic officers and dedicated members.Take a bow! WOGA has the stellar reputation of being one of the few alumni organizations in Jamaica that has continued to meet regularly since inception

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Miss Jamaica Festival Queen

By: WOGA Online | Website Owner

August 2, 2017

It’s festive !!! Congrats to our own Naresha Jackson … she took the crown for Miss St Ann and now she takes Ist runner up spot to the National Queen. Ora et Labore! Congrats also to National Queen, Hamptonian, Dainalyn Swaby. Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s Miss Jamaica Festival Queen Submitted by Jennifer Lai