Guy's Hill High School is a high school in the village of Guy's Hill, Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica. Established in 1971, the school serves students twelve to twenty years of age.
The school first opened its doors in 1971 as a Junior Secondary School with an enrolment of 670 students in grades 7 through 9. The school had as its first principal Miss Ada L. Osbourne with an academic staff of 17 teachers operating a straight day system.
With the implementation of a new level of the educational system, grade 10 programs were introduced. In order to adequately accommodate the flow of students, the school adopted the shift system. With the rapid growth and development of the school in the North-East St. Catherine region it became necessary to change the name to Guy's Hill New Secondary School and public existence.
One of the positives of the work experience is that it is often the source of employment for the students upon graduating.
In 1977 the school once again change its named to Guy's Hill Secondary School. In 1988 the first batch of schools to be upgraded to high school included the school and the school name was changed to the Guy's Hill High School. During the same year an inaugural set of common entrance students were placed in the school