Graduating Grade: 6
“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.