Graduating Grade: 12
“Don’t be afraid to ask for help – the teachers are extremely caring and are always willing to help.”
What will you miss most about TFS? The community. There is something so incredible about spending my life surrounded by the same people in the same environment for 15 years. I created lasting friendships, and I will never forget the moments I shared with my graduating class. What is one piece of advice you would give to TFS
students? I’d tell them to remember that academics are important and to work as hard as they can but to understand that failing one test or having difficulties in a class isn’t important in the grand scheme of things. Middle school and high school are a tiny portion of our lives, and they are the years where you begin to identify what your passions are. How do you think TFS has prepared you for life after graduation? The rigorous academic program as well as the IB diploma program have allowed me to develop a strong work ethic, which I think will help me manage the academic difficulty of university. TFS has also helped me understand the importance of balance between academics and other activities and how to manage my time properly, which will be beneficial for life after graduation.