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Campion College is a Roman Catholic, Ignatian, co-educational high school located in Kingston, Jamaica. The school is known for its outstanding academic and sporting record. On 5 January 1960, with 101 first form students and a faculty of four Jesuit Fathers, the new school opened its doors the first lessons were given that day in a pavilion and in classrooms borrowed from Campion Hall Preparatory School. The school is named after Saint Edmund Campion, a brilliant and celebrated Oxford scholar, priest, and Jesuit martyr. Campion College has ranked as the top school in Jamaica based on the CSEC and CAPE examinations more times than any other institution. Since its inception, over 100 Campion students have been awarded Jamaican government scholarships, the highest national honour for academic achievement at the secondary level. In addition, Campionites have won 14 Rhodes Scholarships with the distinction of winning in every consecutive year since 2003 and winning two in 2010: the Jamaica Rhodes and the Caribbean Rhodes Scholarships. Campion College has produced several prominent members of Jamaican society, including doctors, engineers, politicians, entertainers, radio and television personalities, pageant queens, Olympians, and leading businessmen and women in major Jamaican and international companies.