of Todos Santos
Aliya Acacia Flores and Diego Milan will each receive a full tuition scholarship for their first year in sixth grade at The Sierra School. Our scholarships are offered and reviewed annually based upon successful student performance and financial need.
Future 6th grader, Aliya Flores writes:
I live in Todos Santos…and this year, I am graduating from fifth grade. I am interested in being a part of The Sierra School because I am a very studious student and enjoy learning exciting facts. I also enjoy learning new work from new teachers and working on projects with different school friends. I hope to meet new friends at The Sierra School. I love meeting new teachers and meeting new students. It’s always good to experience new schools, new teachers, and new classmates. From what I’ve experienced, Molly Lou and Fabrice are excellent teachers. It is very fun to create a new community which we can all share and enjoy. The location of The Sierra School is beautiful. I think it will be an excellent place to work and communicate. I look forward to making gardens because, at home, with my dad, I plant plants and I have a good experience planting. I would like to do more. I love the school campus. I am very thankful to be attending The Sierra School.
Future 6th grader, Diego Milan:
I want to help The Sierra School open because I think that it is going to offer kids a better education in Todos Santos. If other kids like me get this opportunity, I hope they will like The Sierra School as much as I do. I am so thankful for the scholarship to The Sierra School. We are making a good thing for the community of Todos Santos, B.C.S, Mexico. I really like this school because it is not like the other schools, it has a special spark. I am so so glad that you gave me a scholarship. I am so glad that you are giving me the opportunity to go to this new school. I really think that The Sierra School is going is going to be awesome. Everyone knows I am preparing to go to The Sierra School. I never get tired out of saying thank you, thank you so much!
Students and teachers edited this blog since January of 2018.