Jamaica College: Boys Today… Men with Dignity Tomorrow
Jamaica College third-form students seated inside the Karl Hendrickson Auditorium for their luncheon. (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)

On Friday, December 2 Jamaica College (JC) hosted its inaugural third-form luncheon under the theme 'Boys Today … Men with Dignity Tomorrow'. The luncheon was held in the Karl Hendrickson Auditorium. The young gentlemen who enjoyed an afternoon of encouragement and entertainment commenced their journey at Jamaica College in the pandemic year of 2020 and as a result spent most of their first two years engaged in online learning. This event provided an opportunity for them to socialise as a group in a formal setting. Here are a few highlights and the young men in attendance.

A few of the form teachers who assist in moulding these young men daily. From left: Racquel Reynolds-McCormack, Yanique Meghie, Ian Smith, Christine Blake, and Dannesha Wallace. (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Shakury Fuller (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Jevonte Gosling (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Devouny Minott (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Shavon Lennon (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
(From left) Javier McKay, Janeil Sams, and Taejemar Keene (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Matthew Drummond (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Javion Pladley (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Jahmar Morris (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Nathaniel Barrett (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Austin Evelyn (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Rhajay Walker (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Shawn-Danielle Lawrence (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Zachary Francis (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Demario Mills (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Kywan Senior (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Leo-Paul Powell (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Javaine Baker (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)
Leondre Douglas (Photo: Debbian Spence-Minott)

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