Central Corentyne Secondary School took birth and was able to open its door on April 22nd, 1968 by the said Minister of Education during that year.
The idea of a Secondary School in this area took birth in the late 50's and early 60ths.Due to the fact that numerous students around this community were going to schools far away.These Students were at grave disadvantage because of their economic and transportation difficulties.As a result a group of senior citizens in this immediate community saw it necessary to explore the possibility of trying to have a Secondary School built in this area. Fortunately proprietors in Bush Lot Village, Corentyne, Berbice, agreed to donate lands for the establishment of Secondary School. Mr. Christendat Molai then a young Lawyer was nominated as Secretary for this group. He Undertook the responsibilities of doing all the legal transfers and paper work so that a portion of land could legally be obtained for the establishment of this Secondary School. And so they began in 1962 with lands donated by the Molais, the Rampersauds, the Seedats, the Jairams, the Persauds, the Ragoos among others.The Ministry of Education agreed to supply materials to build a Secondary School, which will be done by self-help. The group then pinpointed Mr. Lachman Sadhoo a carpenter/contractor to head a team of workers to begin construction.These workers were mainly resident from Bushlot Village, and Bushlot Farm. Food supplement was give as an honorarium on a weekly basis in the form of flour, peas,cheese,butter,soap and rice to these volunteer workers. The then Minster of Education Miss Shirley Field Ridley laid the corner stone on 5th March 1967. Thus, Central Corentyne Secondary School took birth and was able to open its doors on 22nd April, 1968 by the said Minister of Education. The first Headteacher was Mr. Seepersaud with Mr. Cyril Drepaul, Chetram Seetaram, and C.S. Seepersaud along as staff members with 139 students, drafted from Kildonan Primary, Wellington Park Primary, No.43 Primary and Eversham Primary.
Operating as usual
The HM and staff would like to congratulate Vandana on this special time in her life.
Best wishes to you and your life partner for traversing a beautiful new journey together.
Such a beautiful bride😍
"Those who educate children well are more to be honoured than parents, for these only gave life, those the art of living well" Aristotle
Happy Teacher's day to the wonderful staff of CCSS.
Registration for Grade 7 and Six Year students.
Registration for the grade 7 students will be on 1st October, 2020
From 09:00hrs -12:00hrs
Registration for the six year students will be on 5th October, 2020
From 09:00hrs -12:00hrs
1. Four (4) passport sized photographs
2. NGSA Slip/ Assessment
3. Original and photocopy of birth certificate
4. Original and photocopy of Clinic card.
5. Height(cm), weight(kg) and blood group of students.
6. Working telephone number and email address.
Note: You are to adhere to the Covid 19 rules. Please protect yourself and protect others as well!
WEAR YOUR MASK AND WEAR IT THE CORRECT WAY!!!!
Behind every successful woman is a tribe of other successful women who have her back. Here at CCSS, we got each other's back.
Celebrating International Women's Day 2020
"I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women's Right"
We at Central embrace each other's culture and promotes nothing but love and unity.
Phagwah celebration at CCSS
Professional Development Session facilitated by Mr. Mark Lyte (GTU president).
Celebrating our cultural diversity at CCSS.
The members of the Student Government at CCSS
Congratulations to our SG president Miss Zaynab Persaud.
Student Government election held on Friday 7th of February, 2020
English Department G 7-9 Spelling Bee winners.
"Parents! Stop the violence against teachers!"
CCSS Annual Christmas concert
Sleepy South America
Sleepy Million Dollar Baby Contestant Baby Zidane
The HM and staff would to say congratulations on your recent success to Miss Ravina Adhari, Mr. Kissoondat Madhoo (Rohit) and miss Narshanie Ramsaran.
CCSS Graduation and Prize Giving ceremony
CCSS joining the fight against breast cancer
Give hope, save life
Breast Cancer Awareness march @CCSS
Tree planting at CCSS
A commendable job done by the Agri Department and the students.
The career choice you make determines a huge part of the rest of your life. After all, you spend large parts of your life working, so it is imperative that you make wise choices!
Career Talk at CCSS
Suicide talk 2019/05/17
"A people person"
"A very jovial individual"
"A proactive HM"
"A HM who cares for his staff"
"A man who ensured there is cohesiveness among the staff"
"A HM who ensured that his staff is well fed"
These are some of the sentiments that were expressed by the teachers of CCSS as we bid farewell to One of the best HM of Central Corentyne Secondary School.
Mr. Mangra, we wish u all the best in your future endeavours. We will surely miss you. Thank you for all you have done for the students and teachers of CCSS
"These is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish" Michelle Obama
Happy International Women's Day
Women with beauty and brain🤗
CCSS flag raising ceremony 2019
Celebrating 49th Republic Anniversary under the theme
"Celebrate 49 with victory in mind - Rediscovering El Dorado"
Letter of Commendation given to the teachers for a job well done😊
Home Economics cake raffle
Compliments of Spready's Bakery
Congratulations to the Grade 7 Spelling Bee Winners
💚💛💜 CCSS Staff 💜💛💚
CCSS beautiful and hardworking teachers.
Culture Day at CCSS
Planting of trees
Distribution of certificate to students with first and second position and students with the highest attendance.