This is Casper Aumana, he is going good so far. Casper Aumana is in Form 7 this year 2013 and comes from Kolomola village in Hograno District, Isabel Province. He comes from a family of 4 brothers and 2 sisters. He is the fourth in the family.
At the beginning of this year 2013, on January Casper was hopeless and disappointed because of the delay of the PSSC result. However, he believe he will make it to form 7, then one of his family member rang him up and told Casper that, he had successfully passed the PSSC and would returned to Sir Dudley Tuti College to do his Seventh Form education. What a relief, Happy and excited now he is here doing fine.
Casper recalled his 4 years at Sir Dudley Tuti College and has said “SDTC has taught me so much! It has brought to me a whole new perspective on my education. Instead of being pessimistic with a propensity to complain, I find that I am enjoying learning about different styles of writing, new and exciting places, different techniques for solving math problems, and healthier ways of learning. I’ve had a great time getting to know my teachers. I like how they personalize the curriculum and challenge me, and they are always there if I have questions. Thank you Teachers and SDTC!”
He enjoyed school activities and has endured the pain of getting here. He has yet to decide on a college or university to attend, but plan on getting a Bachelors degree and going on to graduate school. His dream is to be somebody, someday and hope this dream come true. His favourite course is History, but he is still leaving room for flexibility.
“I do not think there is a school I would rather be at more than Sir Dudley Tuti College. They have helped me in so many ways, and I am very grateful to them”, Casper summed up his testimonial.
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