The British West Indies Collegiate campus, set in 12 acres of land, has undergone various phases of development since 1995.
Science Facilities . The Collegiate has 4 science laboratories dedicated to the teaching of Physics, Chemistry and Biology as discrete subjects, as well as 2 preparation and storage rooms.
Track and Field. The Collegiate has use of the National Stadium, which was built in 2007 to host the CARIFTA games. Immediately adjacent to and accessible from the collegiate’s campus, it is a multi-use facility featuring a professional grade track and sports field.
Outdoor Common Areas.
There are several outdoor common areas located between buildings, in the gardens throughout the campus. The are the favourite meeting places for study, break or lunch. Students will find them equipped with picnic tables and protected with sail shades, an initiative of the PTA.
Brayton Hall was built to accommodate whole school assemblies, examinations, indoor physical education classes, the teaching and performance of music, theatre and other arts. The two upstairs classrooms host the English Department.
Snack and Lunch Service for students and teachers, is available daily from “Pansy’s Kitchen” and is conveniently located in Brayton Hall.
This spectacular hall stands as a memorial to the late Nancy Brayton Krieble, wife of the late Robert H. Krieble. Mrs. Krieble gave a substantial donation to the TCI Education Foundation that enabled it to commission the construction of the Hall. Mrs. Krieble’s son Frederick, who was a member of the Foundation, also donated a six-figure sum, as did Mark and Barbara Pankhurst, the initiators of Turks & Caicos Friends of the Arts Foundation, a regular user of the Brayton Hall. Other Foundation members contributed large amounts of time in the design, planning and project management of the building and the fitting out of the Hall with state-of-the-art stage lighting, audio system, control booth, and curtaining.
Brayton Hall offers community access to an auditorium ideally suited to amateur dramatics, ceremonies, presentations, and workshops. For further details about Brayton Hall and how to make bookings for future events, please contact Mr. Brentford Handfield, Brayton Hall Manager, email@example.com
Library. Our library, one of the best in the country is very well stocked and is open to all students at break and lunchtime. It is a popular place for students to study.
The Music Room is adjacent to our Brayton Hall auditorium, was built with acoustics in mind. It is fitted with adequate storage space for the various instruments.
Sixth Form Common Room is where our Sixth Formers study and also relax. It doubles as a spacious and secure examination room.
The Information Technology (IT) Lab is spacious and well-equipped. The area comfortably accommodates 24 student stations around the perimeter, with space in the centre of the room to seat more students for theory sessions. All computers are networked and share printers. A digital camera and scanner are used for multimedia integration. A digital projector facilitates teacher demonstrations and student presentations.
The Art Room is a well-equipped space with excellent natural lighting and large work surfaces. It has been extended to accommodate pottery and 3D studio. Now the Collegiate has added a high specification graphics computer and a large format colour printer. The room also has a number of large display boards and two deep sinks.