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“All of my teach­ers in­spire me in many ways, whether it is to never give up or to im­prove at what I’m good at!”

Grad­u­at­ing Grade: 8 How does it feel to be awarded vale­dic­to­rian?

I feel very ex­cited and proud to be one of the vale­dic­to­ri­ans at the Toronto French Montes­sori School grad­u­a­tion cer­e­mony. The school has done a lot for me, and I have a lot to be thank­ful for.

What will you miss most about Toronto French Montes­sori School (TFMS)?

I will miss ev­ery­thing - the help­ful and kind teach­ers, the friendly class­room en­vi­ron­ment, my friends and, of course, our prin­ci­pal, Mme. Marie.

What’s your best mem­ory of the school?

Within the frame­work of our cur­ricu­lum, I had a re­ally great time at last year’s Science Chal­lenge! It was my first time par­tic­i­pat­ing, and I re­dis­cov­ered my in­ter­est in science.

What ad­vice would you give to new stu­dents on how to get the most out of their time here?

I think I would tell new stu­dents the usual… to work hard and have fun, but not over­work them­selves or un­der­work them­selves ei­ther. What are your long-term ca­reer plans?

I might want to be a vet, as I feel we need more of those, but I know I will be a writer for sure.

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