About Our Schools

Over 110 years ago, Ursuline sisters started a school in Barbados with six students, growing to ninety students by 1897. In 1908, the Convent moved to the current location in Collymore Rock, and in 1967, the primary and secondary schools were established.

Collectively known by students, parents and practically anyone in Barbados as “The Convent”, the Ursuline Convent Schools, comprising St. Angela’s Infant and Junior Departments and St. Ursula’s, Secondary for Girls and St. Francis Secondary for Boys. The School has been providing quality education to Barbadian, Caribbean and many International students for many years.

The official website for the 475th Anniversary of the Founding of the Ursuline Order is www.ursulines-ur.org
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The excellent teachers have inspired our daughter to set herself goals and achieve. She has loved her time at Greenville. The strong emphasis on moral and character development, has far exceeded our expectations.

Cynthia Jefferson

We are impressed with the strong academic focus as well as the values-centred program the school offers. Greenville really cares about the student as a whole and prepares them for the next step in their lives.

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Greenville is the best thing we ever did for our sons. We have been more than pleased with the fantastic education our boys are receiving. The teachers obviously love what they do and know how to bring out the best in their students.

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