The island's historic schools are outstanding in their architectural designs. Many originated from benefactors' concerns for the education of the country's poor. Jamaica contains some of the oldest educational institutions in the Caribbean.
- Hampton School - birthplace of Sir Alexander Bustamante, first prime minister of Jamaica.
- Jamaica College Buildings - birthplace of National Hero, the Right Excellent Norman Washington.
- Manningss High School - historic Seville Estate, is the Seville Great House (Plantation House) & Heritage
- Mico College Buildings - site of the final pitched battle between British and Spanish forces to determine
- Munro College- site of the final pitched battle between British and Spanish forces to determine
- Northern Caribbean University - Mountain River Cave located in the lush green terrains of Cudjoe Hill, St.
- Shortwood Teachers' College - Spanish Town, built by the Spanish after Sevilla Nueva (New Seville) wa