By BridgetAnn Reyes
ACSS is considered as one of the best performing government schools in the East west Corridor, and has produced many nation builders.
Chief of Defence Force Brigadier Roland Maundy (deceased);
Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams;
Assistant Commissioner of Police Tobago Hugh Lovell (Retired);
Chief Fire Officer Kenny Gopaul;
Deputy Commissioner of Prisons Dane Clarke;
Lawrence Thomas (Customs, Tobago);
Former Mayor and MP of Arima & General Secretary of PNM Ashton Ford;
Former Councillor Clinton Jennings;
Former West Indies and T&T cricketer Harold Joseph;
Athlete Melissa de Leon;
2010 Pan Am Games Cycling gold medalist Quincy Alexander;
1976 Montreal Olympics athletes Ainsley Armstrong, Anthony Husbands and Charlie Joseph (also represented at 1980 Moscow Olympics;
Pan American, CAC and Carifta Games athletes Andrew Bruce and Michael Paul;
Journalists Irene Medina and Michelle Loubon;
Latin dance instructor Sheldon Harding;
Pastor Prakash Bachew (deceased);
WASA’s Corporate Communications Officer Ellen Lewis;
Izola Garcia (UNAIDS);
Former Chairman/CEO Environmental Management Authority Joth Singh;
Calypsonians Devon Seales, Carlos James (Skatie), Dexter Parson (Stinger) and Jeffrey Peter Levels Biddeau;
2017 National Junior Calypso Monarch Shervonne Rodney;
Doctors Roland Roopchand, Bassam Hadeed, Jacqueline Caton-Richards, Judy Seesahai, Dawn Williams and Karen Sein Ohn;
And 2013, 2014 National African History Quiz winners Callind La Croix, Nathaniel Cristo, Nekoda Edwards.
I am sure others can attest to many more that I may have omitted.
Notably, we have had the distinction of having the Right Honourable Dr. Keith Christopher Rowley, Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago, and Her Worship the Mayor of Arima, Lisa Morris-Julian, renowned nation builders, shaping the minds of some of the students, who have walked the corridors of ACSS.