JCG Foundation

The JCG Foundation has been set up as a charitable trust to support education in Jersey. The Foundation looks for sponsorship for both JCG and Island wide initiatives. Everything we do is self-funded and we are indebted to our Alumni, Corporate Partners and Private Benefactors for their support.

The JCG Foundation worked in partnership with Never Such Innocence to promote the 2015-16 competition across schools in Jersey. 

The Foundations 4 Key Areas of Focus

Alumni - To strengthen long-term connections with the JCG Alumni, creating a sustainable network of support and advocacy for the JCG Community and increasing the sense of belonging.

Student Support – to substantially increase funding available for scholarships and needs-based financial support for students, to enable any student offered a place to be able to accept, irrespective of financial background.

Capital Projects – to invest in state of the art facilities which inspire and enable our students and staff to flourish and excel.

Island-Wide Learning and Curriculum Development – to ensure JCG remains at the forefront of educational innovation and learning by extending both JCG and other local students’ range of skills to meet the challenges and opportunities of living and working internationally.

Contact Information: Leanda Jane Guy, Foundation Director, Jersey College for Girls, Le Mont Millais, St Saviour Jersey JE2 7YB
Tel 01534 516206  Email l.guy@jcg.sch.je


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