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Calabar Old Boys Association Atlanta Chapter, Inc. (COBA Atlanta) was established in 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia to assist Calabar High School in its educational mission, through financial and other support
("Old Boys" is an British term used to describe its alumni).

Calabar High School, a high school for boys in Kingston, Jamaica, was established in 1912. It is located at 61 Red Hills Road.

Calabar is considered one of the premier high schools in Jamaica.  Over the years, the school has excelled in academics and has produced several prominent scholars.

Calabar has also excelled in sports: most notably Athletics and Soccer.  The school colors are Green & Black.  The school motto is “The Utmost for the Highest."

There are presently approximately 2000 students enrolled in the school with a staff of 90 teachers.

Click here to learn more about Calabar High School.

 

 

 

 

COBA Atlanta organizes fundraising activities to purchase a variety of equipment to support the educational mission of the institution, and to provide funds to effect repairs to the buildings and grounds.

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To Centenary and Other Programs

COBA Atlanta also provides scholarships and other financial support to students of Calabar. Members of the organization are past students of the school.

News and Events

Thanks to those that attended The Founders Day Dinner in Atlanta

September 7th, 2013

Principal Mr. Albert Corcho and Ian Laing Headboy 1976

 

Guest Speaker - Reverend Horace Russell

Principal's Address

Past Principal - Mr. Arthur Edgar and Family

Centennial Campaign Pins are Still Available

1912-2012

(Pin approx. 1 inch in height)

Membership/Enrollment

Take a look at the programs being proposed

Centenary Project

Calabar Development Program

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Calabar Old Boys Association Atlanta Chapter, Inc. is a registered non-profit organization [501c(3)].
Contributions may be tax deductable. Please consult your tax advisor.