My four years at The De La Salle School were great. The De La Salle School has taught me many valuable lessons in life that I will cherish as I age. In fifth grade I was a bit nervous because I did not know many of my classmates besides the one that were previously at my old school. The teachers at the time were really nice and polite. They really made the school feel like a second home. I'm very grateful because of all the friends I made even with those that left. In sixth grade I was more familiar with the school but I still did not know many of the other students. I was introduced to them and started talking to all the grades. Things started getting harder because high school was starting to be important. In seventh grade high school was very important because that's when they start looking at your grades. I did very well in seventh grade because I pushed myself so the high schools would notice me. In eighth grade, there were a lot of things that had to get done. We had to deal with the CHSEE to see what high school would accept us. Most of my class chose Kellenberg. Then, we had to go to Kellenberg again to take a placement exam to see what level we got in. School had to close and we had to finish our lessons and the rest of the year online because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Thank you everyone at The De La Salle School,