Graduating Grade: 12
“I will miss Metro's friendly and intimate atmosphere. It isn't a typical school, it is more of a family.”
How does it feel to be awarded valedictorian? I didn't expect it, because it was my first year at Metro, but I am honoured and proud. How do you think Metropolitan Preparatory Academy has prepared you for life after
graduation? This was my first year in Canada, and I think Metro was a good immersion into life in this country. I think its influence was significant on my character as well. What advice would you give to new students on how to get the most out of their time at Metro Prep? Metro is a multicultural place, just like Toronto, so take the time to learn about different cultures and meet different people from different backgrounds. What’s your biggest accomplishment to date? My biggest accomplishment was coming to Canada with my younger brother. Being separated from my family and all my friends was a challenge that I conquered. What are your plans for university? I have been accepted to Ryerson University. I am majoring in philosophy with plans to double major in English.