Layman E. Scott High School

welcome to layman e. scott sr. high school

Welcome to the Layman E. Scott Sr. High School website. Layman E. Scott Sr. High School is an innovative and community-focused school located in Stake Bay, Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands.


  • Our students volunteering to serve the community through the DCFS Adopt-A-Grandma initiative. The program was launched at an Assembly at the school. Students who volunteered will be assigned to a

  • Leos and Lions launched the annual Peace Poster Contest providing an opportunity for our students to express their visions of peace and to inspire the world through art and creativity.

  • The Leos Club of Cayman Brac today held a dress down day and stride against pediatric cancer. The Leos who are students at the school organized the dress the down

  • principal's welcome

    I am thrilled to welcome you to the Layman E. Scott Sr. High School community.

    The Layman E. Scott Sr. High School, formerly Cayman Brac High School, has for the past five decades, provided exceptional education and training for students who enter its classrooms after their exit from Cayman Brac’s two primary schools as well as from schools overseas. The school has remained steadfastly committed to its mission of providing students with the requisite skills, knowledge and training that will enable them to contribute meaningfully to the success of the Cayman Islands and by extension, making them global citizens. The school also takes pride in its quest to ensure that all students are able to achieve their own personal goals.

    As the current Principal, my team and I remain committed to that goal, which is explicitly outlined in our mission statement. That goal overtly seeks to ensure that every student enrolled in our school graduates from this institution, having achieved their full potential.

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    news from the dept. of education services

    Tsuwana Augustine and Haley Christian Named Top Spellers.
    Tsuwana Augustine and Haley Christian Named Top Spellers Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, 1 December 2023. Tsuwana Augustine and Haley Christian emerged as Cayman's top primary and secondary school spellers, respectively, at the 24th RBC Royal Bank Primary National Spelling Bee and the 41st Lions Club of Grand Cayman Secondary National Spelling Bee Championships.Primary School more ❯
    How to Care for Your One to One Device
    Students please watch this short video explaining how to properly care for your one-to-one device provided by the Ministry of Educations ICT Team. more ❯
    Clifton Hunter Wins 2023 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports
    After three days of intense competition at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex, Clifton Hunter High School emerged as the 2023 Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Champions on Friday (24 March).Outstanding performances from divisional champions Gabrielle Cooke (Under-13 and Victrix Ludorum) and Rahnia Beach (Under-17) aided the team in amassing 1,100 points to defeat five-time defending champions more ❯
    New John Gray High School Officially Opens
    The New John Gray High School (JGHS) officially opened on Monday, 20 March, with a formal ceremony in the gymnasium.Ministry of Education (MOE) Acting Chief Officer Lyneth Monteith welcomed the guests, saying, “The new facility will undoubtedly provide students with a state-of-the-art learning environment that will inspire and challenge them to reach their full potential.”During more ❯
    Prospect Primary School (PPS) Declared 2023 Inter-Primary Sports Champion
    Prospect Primary School was named Inter-Primary School Sports Champion on Friday (17 March) afternoon after amassing 416.33 points at the three-day athletic meet held by the Department of Education Services (DES) in partnership with the Department of Sports (DOS) at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.Defending champion Red Bay Primary School (RBPS) scored 362.50 to place second, while Joanna more ❯
    Student registration set to begin in March
    The Department of Education Services (DES) announces an early start to standard registration for the 2023/2024 academic year."We will commence registration for the upcoming academic year on 1 March instead of our usual 1 April start date this year to provide families with placement confirmation prior to the summer break, giving them ample time to prepare for the new school year", DES Director, more ❯
    COVID-19 Guidance Updated
    Newly updated guidance has been issued by the Department of Education Services. Please see the link below to download and review. COVID-19 Guidance for Educational Institutions - Revised August 2022 Download read more ❯
    Public Notice - Remote Learning
    Remote learning will commence on Monday 4th October for all yearn 9WJ students from John Gray High School and Year 3 Oxilly and Year 5 Lalor students from Prospect Primary School as these students are required by Public Health to isolate following the confirmation of additional positive COVID-19 cases within these more ❯