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Remember Sabrina Hopkins

Sabrina 1981

Sabrina 2006


When did you attend Priory

1975-1977, 1980-1981 


How did you locate the Priory website?

An old Priory Schoolmate told me about it.


Who were your most memorable teachers?

Mr. Jim Roberts, who gave great advice and guidance during those difficult teenage years.



Who were your best friends at Priory?

Cheryll Reid, Saleem Lazarus, Michael Abrahams, Karen Wright  

Michael Abrahams


Who are you in touch with today?



Who would you like to track down?

Cheryll Reid, Saleem Lazarus

Cheryll Reid


What was the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?

Go to Devon House with a few friends after school and drink 'Devon Duppies', the walk back to school was interesting, to say the least.


What memories/views do you have of Priory?

It was a great social environment. I remember always having so much fun and loving every day I was there.


Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?

Christopher Green. He would grab the unsuspecting student (usually female), pick them up and spin them around until they were too dizzy to stand.


Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?

Miami, Florida. I am a freelance Graphic Designer and I am also a recruiter for a Citigroup


Tell us about any significant others

My four incredible kids (yes, FOUR). Justin, 14 yrs, Taylor (girl), 12 yrs, Jonathan, 10 yrs and Ethan, 7 yrs. They are my life.


Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person

I know John Moss-Solomon wrote this in his interview, but it would definitely have to be when I saw him at that party in Miami after 25 years. That was very cool.


What do you think of the Priory Website?

I think its great. Talk about bringing back great memories. Just keep it going.


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Published on the Priory Website Sunday 5th November 2006

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