Grad­u­at­ing Grade: 6

The Kids Post - - The Vals -

“The Mabin School has taught us how to keep per­sist­ing and to work harder.”

What will you miss most about The Mabin School? At Mabin, there's al­ways some­one you can go to. Every­one is kind. If some­one falls, a bunch of kids will stop to see if he or she is okay. How does it feel to be awarded vale­dic­to­rian? It feels great to rep­re­sent my class, and it was a real hon­our for me to have this op­por­tu­nity and to share it with Sophia, my co-vale­dic­to­rian. What was your big­gest ac­com­plish­ment to date? My big­gest ac­com­plish­ment so far is get­ting into my cho­sen school for Grade 7. I worked hard and kept on per­sist­ing. The Mabin School en­cour­aged me and helped me choose the school that was right for me. What are your long-term ca­reer plans? In the fu­ture, I see my­self in the woods, sur­rounded by na­ture, as a camp direc­tor. I feel like there's so much to see out­side the city, away from tech­nol­ogy. What is one piece of ad­vice you would give to The Mabin School stu­dents? I would tell them to be­come change­mak­ers, to care about the world, to help out and to change the world.

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