In Their Words

The Joseph School strives to educate students in Haiti and provide a foundation for a successful future- but why hear it from us? Hear from some of our 7th grade students on their personal experiences at The Joseph School in this month’s interview blog!

Chrislor 

 

Chrislor in 2015 (left) and 2022 (right)

Q: What do you want to do when you grow up?
A: [I want to be an] engineer [because] it’s great when you’re watching a house being built.

Q: How has The Joseph School prepared you for this?
A: The school can help me become an engineer in learning geometry and much more

 

Q: What is your proudest moment in school?
A: [I feel my proudest in math and French classes.]

Q: Who is someone at TJS that you look up to?
A: I admire Mr. Elusma the most for the joy he puts into his work and the joy he brings to our hearts.

Q: What is your favorite thing about attending TJS?
A: I love everything in school, the activities, everything completely.

Q: What makes you excited about coming to school every day?
A: The way the teachers are always working and because I always find my friends to tell jokes.

Elysha

Elysha in 2015 (left) and 2022 (right)

Q: What do you want to do when you grow up?
A: I would like to be a great doctor in the world.

Q: How has The Joseph School prepared you for this?
A: The school can help me learn everything related to medicine, such as biology.

Q: What is your proudest moment in school?
A: I feel proud when teachers are teaching classes.

Q: Who is someone at TJS that you look up to?
A: Throughout the school I admire the physics and math teacher.

Q: What is your favorite thing about attending TJS?
A: [The lessons the teachers use in the classroom.]

Q: What makes you excited about coming to school every day?
A: [I am] motivated to come to school so that I can learn and prepare for anything.