My experience at The De La Salle School was great. Every moment there I cherished. It was a great time, I spent a nice time with my companions and my friends. Everyone in the school is nice and has a good nature to them. In fifth grade when I first came to this school I was nervous since I was still new and did not know what was going on. It was different from my old school and many things were different. I made friends with everyone in the class. In sixth grade I was more comfortable with the school and I was learning about many new things like history. In seventh grade I got used to the school and was continuing to learn about many new things. It was fun and I hung out with my friends. I got to spend time with all the faculty and have fun. In eighth grade the decision for high school came up. My teachers gave us a lot of work to do to prepare for the entrance exam. When the day came for the test, I already decided I wanted to go to Kellenberg. I was a little nervous but I knew I was going to do well since my teachers helped me prepare for the test. A few weeks later I received an email that said I had been accepted to Kellenberg. Then the placement test came. I studied for it and I felt that I had done well. The results came back and I had been accepted into A1 which was the level I wanted to be put at. When the virus happened we took classes online, it was a new experience for me but I got used to it. It's the end of the year now and I am thankful for everything The De La Salle School has done for me.
My time and experience at The De La Salle School is one I will never forget. I would have not been able to be the young man I am today without the support of the teachers, volunteers, and my classmates. I would also like to thank the teachers for preparing me for high school so that I would be able to attend Chaminade High School. Even though there are not many students who attend the De La Salle School, the small number of students made it feel more like a brotherhood. Everyone at the school knows each other's name and what kind of personality each person has. The best thing for me during my time at The De La Salle School was my classmates. We all support each other no matter what. Throughout my years one of the most important things I learned that at The De La Salle School was how to give a proper handshake. I will never forget this and the importance of it. Those are some of my memories and my experiences at The De La Salle School.
Thanks to everyone,