June 10, 2019 | Abby Liu
Lola looks forward to learning in an all-girls environment next year at Kent Place School. She’s eager to make new friends. Study art. And delve into subjects that will set her on a path to study sports medicine or psychology in college.
For many years, Lola was unsure about how to interact with younger students. Then she volunteered as an assistant during park time and became an intern in the MSS preschool. By having opportunities to work alongside teachers, she’s gained first-hand knowledge of how to be a leader. Now she’s a master at caring for young children.
Time management is a critical skill that Lola’s learned at MSS. An athlete in the sport of fencing, Lola travels the world to compete. Mr. Choi, her science teacher, taught her how to study for tests and to work on assignments while still pursuing her dreams outside of school. With Mr. Choi’s help, Lola has grown into a young woman who can manage many things and flourish. She’s so grateful!
What will Lola miss about MSS? The encouraging community. Opportunities to lead. And all of the teachers and students who have helped her get to where she is today. She sends her thanks!
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