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G.C Foster College
of Physical Education & Sport

G.C Foster College
of Physical Education & Sport

Jason Cleveland “Buju” Henry



Rehabilitation, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Massage Therapist and Lecturer

Jason Cleveland “Buju” Henry was born on February 7, 1991. During his formative years, Henry was a very active child who enjoyed playing a wide selection of sports while attending the Devon All–Age School. Henry’s athletic career began at age nine (9), when he was selected to play his favorite sport of all time, football,” in the under-12 leagues in his hometown of Devon, Manchester. Henry is a proud graduate of the G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sport.

During his tenure at the college, he successfully completed, between 2011—2016, a Diploma in Sport Massage Therapy and a Bachelor’s in Physical Education. Henry’s love and dedication for his alma mater, G.C. Foster College, have allowed him to be a current serving member in the capacity of coach and lecturer at the institution. Henry also coached prominent high schools such as Jamaica College and Kingston College. In his capacity as a coach, he brought both schools to the Manning Cup finals. For five consecutive years (2017–2021), the team he coached at Kinston College won six titles, namely: two (2) Manning Cups, two (2) Champion Cups, one (1) Walker Cup, and one (1) Oliver Shield. Henry was also the fitness and conditioning coach for the Reggae Girlz, and he was integral to their historic qualification to the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France in 2019.

During Henry’s career, he was recognized for his achievements in sports. The following achievements are not limited to:

2022 – Reggae Girlz World Cup qualification 3rd place in CONCAF region

– Jamaica College Champions Cup

– Jamaica College Manning Cup

– Guest instructor for the Turks & Caicos Islands Football Association coach in strength and condition

– National Premier League Championship Harbour View FC

2021 – Kingston College Manning Cup

– Kingston College Olivia Shield

2019 – Kingston College Champions Cup
2019 – Reggae Girlz World Cup qualification 3rd place in CONCAF region
2018 – Kingston College Manning Cup
2017 – Kingston College Champions Cup


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