At Boren, I could really feel what being a part of an international community is like. I have made friends from countries all over the globe, from Canada to Brazil to Korea. Interacting and having fun with students of various backgrounds, my cultural perspective and understanding were greatly widened. Another thing I really liked was how the teachers not only focus on paper and memorization-based exams and assignments but also enrich the classroom with fun cumulative projects such as presentations, skits, songs, and posters. My academic journey at Boren could hence be fun and memorable and helped me develop various skills beyond the scope of just writing good essays. I will never be able to forget my student experience at Boren, and the unique teachers and thoughtful friends I have had.
G11 KANG, HYUNBIN
Graduating from high school is a milestone in students’ lives. It means that all of your hard work over the last three years was worth it. Also, it means a chance to start a new journey. To cherish this big moment, we organized a graduation ceremony on June 17.
The Canadian Principal Mr. Godovitz expressed his heartfelt blessing to the graduates, and hoped that they could remain true to their original aspiration and continue to work hard to pursue their dreams.
The Valedictorians Aileen Chen, Jorge Wo, BK Kang expressed their gratitude to their parents, teachers and classmates in the speech and encouraged all the students present to bravely pursue their dreams and do what they want.