Brown’s Town Community College was established in 1975 under the auspices of the Ministry of Education. The College is committed to being a World Class institution that provides education and training of the highest quality.
This noble institution can attribute its humble beginning to the work of some outstanding persons with much vision and foresight. The historical landmark, in the form of Huntley Park Hotel and later the Servite Convent, became the home of the first campus, with much hope for prosperity and excellence.
The Brown’s Town Community College, is located in the Dry Harbour Mountains of St. Ann, about eight miles from both Runaway Bay and Discovery Bay. The core of the student population was drawn from St. Mary, St. Ann, Trelawny and Clarendon. September 1975 saw the enrollment of one hundred and twenty five (125) full-time day students some of whom were taken from St. Hildas Diocesan High, York Castle High and Westwood High schools sixth forms and prepared as the first cohort of G.C.E, A’Level students. In fact, some students did their second year of the advanced level programme at the College.