The first time we met, she simply amazed me with the way she speak because I seldom hear students speak fluently in class.
Someone whom I can compare with Filipinos raised abroad who are studying in same school. She is good in English, I love her diction. She is too stubborn in any other subject but she wanted to impress me. In Math, which is not her forte, she tend to be too inquisitive just to force herself to understand. At the end, I will give all the aid just for her to understand. She only listen to teachers she wanted and ignored those who she think is not capable of educating. She wanted to prove something for herself in her chosen field.
She took up the course that fits her and there she is ending up as a writer. A good writer whose ideas are different. She is a good critic. She tend to correct grammar. She only have high respect to people who communicate well. She can tell stories fluently spoken in English so definitely she can write more than the way she speaks.
— Yelah Badulis, Teacher
Little Shepherd Business and Science High School