James Quaidoo

James QuaidooJames comes from a small village of Akwidaa. His parents are farmers and James attends farm everyday after school to plant and harvest palm oil, which he sells on the weekend.

James is a popular member of the class and is well known for his good sense of humour. James enjoys sports specially athletics and is one the school’s top volleyball players. James is very imaginative when it comes to kente weaving and creates stunning designs. His reading and writing have developed greatly since starting at Trinity Yard School, and he shows great promise in many areas. James’s favourite subject is Math and he is a real whiz on a computer in ICT class.

James has shown great mechanical skills, when it comes to repairing his classmates broken bikes. Not surprising that after graduating from Trinity Yard School James is going to follow his dreams to become mechanical engineer to repair cars, motorbikes and heavy machinery.

Although the cost of each vocational school placement varies, as does the ability of the graduates’ families to contribute, an average placement costs Trinity Yard approximately $1,800 for a typical three-year program (inclusive of tuition, student fees, material costs, food, housing, transportation, etc.).

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