The school participates in local, national, regional and international activities such as School’s anniversary, Inter-house Sports, Inter-schools Sports,

 Creole Day, Festival of Carols, Independence Anniversary, World Food Day etc.

There are a number of uniformed groups and enrichment clubs that form part in a number of co- and extra- curricular activities.

 The uniformed groups are as follows:


Red Cross

Duke Of Edinburg Award (Dukers)

Enrichment and sports clubs include:



Junior Achievers

Choir & Band



Table Tennis

Basketball (boys)

STEAM (The Corinth SEcondary School Science, Technology, Engineering , Art and Mathematics Club)

ISCCF (Interschool College Christian Fellowship)

Our Clubs and Activities

Red Cross

Corinth Secondary School Red Cross Group

The Corinth Secondary Red Cross Group comprises of fifty active members managed by two teachers.  Membership is opened for students from Form one to Form Four for both male and female. Students are required to be certified in basic first aid and CPR training. This basic training is provided by the St. Lucia Red Cross Center, Vigie.

Who are we?

We form part of the nonprofit- governmental organization: The St. Lucia Red Cross Society. We are a voluntary club and are guided by the 

Seven Fundamental Principles: 

Humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, universality and unity.

What we live by and do?

We work throughout the entire country especially our school and community by providing food hampers; feeding the poor and needy and community cleanups.

We also provide service during natural disasters, and assist in providing medical services with first aid during our school sporting activities.

We are the first aid / CPR group during our normal school day where we assist the administrative staff and teachers in managing the sick bay and emergencies.


Duke of Edinburgh Award (Dukers)

Corinth Secondary Duke of Edinburgh Award Programme

The Corinth Dukers club consists of 70 members managed by two female teachers and other supportive leaders of the St. Lucia Gold awards leaders. The group falls under a broad umbrella which is called the International Programme for Young People.  

As a voluntary organization students both male and female are encouraged to join between the ages 14 to 18 years. This leading youth achievement award group allows students to develop teamwork, communication and leadership skills through service and adventurous expedition.   

Students are thus able to make friends for life, push themselves both physically and mentally; allowing them to complete three different award levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold.


The Student Council

The Student Council

The Student Council is the body of Class Representatives who have been elected or selected by their classes as liaisons with school administration .The Student Council Executive is a group of democratically elected Class Representatives who act on behalf of all students.

Students participating in all levels of the Council must attain a high standard of personal conduct and demonstrate leadership qualities. They should serve as good examples of behaviour through their words and action. The council does not have the power to change policies, only to voice students’ opinion.

The Student Council aims:

  1. To provide a democratic forum in which students can address those school related issues which affect their lives.
  2. To maintain open communication between students and school staff.
  3. To train students in the duties and responsibilities of good citizenship.
  4. To promote harmonious relations throughout the entire school.
  5. To improve school morale and general welfare.
  6. To provide a forum for students expression
  7. To plan special events or projects to improve the quality of student life.
Presenting a donation to faces of Cancer

Junior Achievers

The Junior Achievement Program of St. Lucia is a project of the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture and a registered member of the junior Achievement International Member Nations. A Board of Directors manages the project. An Executive Officer with part time staff administers the programme with the assistance of teacher advisors, Business Consultants and Student Advisors.

This non-profit organisation offers a business an economic education program, which gives primary, secondary & vocational and tertiary-level students practical experience of the operation of businesses in the free enterprise system.  It aims to promote economic literacy and an understanding of business by providing insight into the values, responsibilities and general operations of the private enterprise system.  It provides avenues for the development of individual’s leadership and organisational skills in the operation of a business and by extension the necessary skills to effectively and efficiently facilitate community youth affairs.



Sports plays an integral role at Corinth Secondary School.

During the course of the second term students are encouraged to prepare in our Inter-house sports activities. 

Students compete in Basketball,  Netball, Table Tennis, Volleyball and Track and Field Events.

Throughout the school year groups of students are selected to participate in the Inter-school sports competitions.


Other Activities

At Corinth Secondary School We celebrate:

    • Jounen Kweyol
    • Independence  Day
    • The School’s Anniversary
    • Nobel Laureate  Month
    • Reading Month
    • Mathematics Month
    • Teacher Appreciation Week
Teacher for a Day


The Corinth Secondary School Science, Technology, Engineering , Art and Mathematics Club (STEAM) is a club where all aspects of these topics are combined to create innovative ideas. 

The group worked diligently and raised funds to acquire a  3d printer  which was used in the development and construction of four robots. 

We were pleased that all our projects secured top prizes at the 2020 District Science Fair (1st, 2nd and 3rd place) our projects were also slated to represent the school at the National Science Fair which was cancelled due to Covid-19. 

In response to Covid-19 the group was able to print face shields which were donated to the local hospital.