Every year we celebrate our seniors’ graduation. It seems like only yesterday we saw them walk into BAICA for the first time. They too remember their first day. Like Sophie who, when she stepped into BAICA for the very first time and saw the head of security singing “Hallelujah!”, knew she had stepped into a different kind of place.
During their time at BAICA, they have experimented, they have made mistakes, they have tried again. Through it all, they have come to know themselves better, they have grown and matured. For example, this is what Juli said as a part of her speech and public speaking assignment: “During High School, teachers saw in me my true potential and helped me discover myself and my passions. As time started passing I learned to love and appreciate this place as if it was my second home. Until this day, I am still amazed by the idea of having a strong bond with the teachers.”
We are persuaded that the world will be changed by what they do and what they become from
here on. Which is why it is with pride and with the satisfaction of a sportsperson who has left it
all on the field that we say, “Congratulations, class of 2018!”