Saint John, Barbados

  • saint john
    parish
    east coast view from st. john's church - barbados.jpg
    map of barbados showing the saint john parish
    map of barbados showing the saint john parish
    coordinates: 13°10′n 59°29′w / 13°10′n 59°29′w / 13.167; -59.483(2010 census)
     • total8,963
     • density260/km2 (680/sq mi)
    iso 3166 codebb-05[1]

    the parish of saint john (st. john) is a parish of barbados on the eastern side of the island. it is home to one of its secondary schools, the lodge school. the parish is the home of many districts such as ashford and kendal. it is home to the st. john's parish church, which has a scenic view of the atlantic ocean from its perch near hackleton's cliff, which overlooks the east coast of the island.[2] in its southeastern corner, the shoreline turns northward, forming the small conset bay.[3]

    society primary is the oldest primary school on the island. it is over 100 years old and was built by the codrington college.

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Saint John
EAST COAST VIEW FROM ST. JOHN'S CHURCH - BARBADOS.jpg
Map of Barbados showing the Saint John parish
Map of Barbados showing the Saint John parish
Coordinates: 13°10′N 59°29′W / 13°10′N 59°29′W / 13.167; -59.483(2010 census)
 • Total8,963
 • Density260/km2 (680/sq mi)
ISO 3166 codeBB-05[1]

The parish of Saint John (St. John) is a parish of Barbados on the eastern side of the island. It is home to one of its secondary schools, The Lodge School. The parish is the home of many districts such as Ashford and Kendal. It is home to the St. John's Parish Church, which has a scenic view of the Atlantic Ocean from its perch near Hackleton's Cliff, which overlooks the East Coast of the island.[2] In its southeastern corner, the shoreline turns northward, forming the small Conset Bay.[3]

Society Primary is the oldest primary school on the island. It is over 100 years old and was built by the Codrington College.