SIR HAROLD MITCHELL

Colonel Sir Harold Mitchell Bt., Dr. es Sci Pol., Founder of Prospect College in 1956.

Lady Mitchell, Sir Harold's wife.

Sir Harold Mitchell was a prominent Scotsman and a former Vice Chairman of Britain's Conservative Party. He is more well known for his contribution to education. He was educated at Eton, University College Oxford and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. He made education his lifetime interest.

Mrs.Mary-Jean Mitchell Green, BA., M.Litt. (Oxon) Sir Harold's daughter.

A firm believer in education, Sir Harold took a Ph.D in Political Science at the age of 60 from the University of Geneva. He was also awarded honourary doctorates by St. Andrews University, Rollins College and the University of Alberta. He published many works among them Caribbean Patterns, Into Peace, In My Stride and Europe in the Caribbean. He also lectured for many years at Stanford University's Hispanic American Institute, specializing in the Caribbean and editing the West Indies section of the Hispanic American Report.

In 1936 he purchased Prospect Plantation and later established Prospect College with the mandate of training boys to become more self reliant. He took great interest in the college up to his death in 1983 as did his widow Lady Mitchell and later his daughter the late Mary-Jean Mitchell Green. Mr Peter Green & his sons, Alexander and Andrew are now running the college.

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