Fond Memories of Sam Sharpe Teachers College
Hello all pioneers!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do you remember the fresh tar and marl at Sam Sharpe!
What a day it was. All were driving up the hill to the college. How could any of the pioneers forget the mud and tar?
We trudged through it all and yet we never complained. It was a new beginning for so many of us who had just completed two years of National Youth Service.
Many of us blazed the trail by being the first set of National Youth Service Volunteers and the Pioneers of our beloved College, The Sam Sharpe Teachers' College.
Mr Clarke,Mrs Walden,Mr Stewart Mrs Mighty and The Buddha our Religious Education Teacher.
Who could forget the taxi drivers who were charging us extra to go up the hill because they thought we were paid teachers,not knowing we were all just students?
Ahhh memories?Editor's Note
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