Individual behavior is not shaped by the family, but it forms where you call the school. The time that we spent at school not only focus on learning, and filling our minds with knowledge, but also time spend forming our character, obtaining various attitudes and imbibing basic principles of life. The basic traits of our personality are formed during our school days. To be honest, School of North America (SNA) successfully offered students a good academic program, as well as helpful activities to develop our skill such as critical thinking, responsibility and become a good leader.
Even though I only studied for one year at SNA but it gave me a bunch of unforgettable moment (friendship, events, etc…) I transferred to SNA when I was in 11th grade. A boy from a small town, SNA impressed me with the warm greetings of staff and I still remember Ms. Nu (a Geography teacher) and Mrs. Minh (a Physics teacher). At SNA, I found GUIDANCE, FRIENDSHIP, DISCIPLINE, and LOVE. Individual staff and teachers describe in one word “professional ethics.” Yes, that is true, I have witnessed a lot of images that teachers devoted to disabilities student. All teachers and staff not only do their duties, but they are also seen as a friend, a family member, they always listen, share, and help you whenever you need. (Love you so much Ms. Yen, Ms. Thanh, and Ms. Nu, thank you for supporting me and gave me lots of good experiences.) Talk about the dormitory, the accommodation is really comfortable which the furniture and tools are fully equipped for students. At SNA, they also have a guardian in each room to take care of everything for the individual student such as clothes, meals, etc… (Thank you Mr. Sau and Mrs. An who were tasked with taking care of me for a year.) Save the best for last, being a SNA student, I was developed by 5 factors Effective Communicators, Collaborative Workers, Critical Thinkers, Life-long Learners, and Responsible Global Citizens Through its curriculum and learning environment, SNA wants to inspire and shaping students to ably face the challenges that are happening in the world around them. Overall, I would like to say thank you to all the teachers and staff who were helping and supporting me. Without it, there would not be me.