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Student Exit Interviews – 7th Grade Part 1

This year, 65 students are leaving us and are going to various countries around the world. Each week, we will publish these interviews for those students who will be leaving. Down below are the interviews of 4 of the 24 7th graders who will be leaving AES this year.

Cial Collins 7th Grader Photo Credit: Mr. Rubin

“ I have been at AES since April 2016, I’ve made many good friends. I’m not sure what I’ll miss the most because everything was amazing. I will remember my friends and some of my teachers. I am moving to Shanghai, China and I will be attending the Concordia International School.”

Marvin Singh 7th Grader Photo Credit: Mr. Rubin

“I have been at AES for 4 years and yes, it has been a pretty good time. I think everyone will remember me as I always talk about the NBA. I’ll of course miss my friends and the basketball courts the most. I’m moving to Singapore and I don’t really have any plans.”

Max Debenham 7th Grader Photo Credit: Mr. Rubin

“I have been at AES for 4 years and it was a fabulous experience. I hope everyone will remember me as a kind and helpful person. I will miss the learning environment. I will be moving to Germany, and my plan is to share my experience with the people I meet and communicate in Germany.”

Suyeon Kang 7th Grader Photo Credit: Mr. Rubin

“I have been going to AES for 4 years, and over those years, I have learned that it is an amazing place. I hope the teachers and students will remember me as ‘a joyful girl who loves to draw’. I will miss the whole school itself when I leave it, but the biggest thing will be the the diversity of this community. After I leave India, I am planning to return to South Korea, and go to YeongDuk middle school and go to YeongDuk high school as well. I feel like nothing is really organized, because after staying a few years in Korea, I might go to a different country depending on father’s work.”

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