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When did you attend Priory



How did you locate the Priory website?

Looking around and looking at data on Jamaica, then wondering about Priory.



Who were your most memorable teachers?

Mrs. Bicknell in J5.  She pushed me to work harder and that helped build confidence in my ability to do better in school.



Who were your best friends at Priory?

I remember hanging out with a variety of friends - Tony Bradbury and Steven Taylor, Tim Racine, Sebastian Taylor and Drew Fulford, Patrick Gordon.  There were quite a few nice kids I seem to recall.   


Tim Racine, Sebastian Taylor, Drew Fulford and Patrick Gordon


Who are you in touch with today?

My brother Bob.

Bob Carson 1975

Who would you like to track down?

I'd like to get in touch with Tony or Steven, or Sebastian or Patrick.  Also - any of the kids of people there with Alcoa.


What was the wildest thing you did at Priory?

I'd like to get in touch with Tony or Steven, or Sebastian or Patrick.  Also - any of the kids of people there with Alcoa.


Tell us about your memories of Priory and Jamaica

I remember the open air classrooms, the pineapple soda and playing four square.  I thought I learned a lot.


Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?

I heard that Micah Taylor was crazy, but didn't actually know that to be true. I thought Tim Racine had some uniqueness.

Micah Taylor

Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?

I live near Geneva Switzerland.  I'm an R&D manager for an American High Tech company on a 3 year foreign assignment here.  My home is Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Tell us about any significant others

Married with two daughters, 13 and 10.



Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person

None to share at the moment.



What do you think of the Priory Website?

I like it an appreciate any one taking the effort to maintain this tool.




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