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MIS Then and Now

One of the best things about MIS is that it provides students opportunities to discover and enhance their talents and skills.

MIS Then and Now
citizen reporter/suvin kollabathula
Suvin R Kollabathula 

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Suvin R Kollabathula
MIS Grade 11 C3 – Science

I have been part of the MIS family since kindergarten, and looking back, I could say that MIS is really growing as a learning community.

It only started with around a hundred students, but now it already has more than a thousand students.

One of the best things about MIS is that it provides students opportunities to discover and enhance their talents and skills.

A good example is the benefit concert recital and program that the school organizes annually.

This program not only showcases the diverse musical talents of students but it also teaches them the value of giving with the activity as a way to raise funds to be given to charity.

The school also provides support to students especially before facing a challenging task.

One week before examination, a speaker is invited to deliver a motivational talk to the students to strengthen their faith and morale.

This activity has brought us closer to God, and has guided us to do and choose what is right.

Recently, MIS has issued a policy that prohibits students from bringing and using cellphones in school.

It started as a struggle for us, but then I believe we are slowly reaping the benefits.

I can now see other students doing better in their academics, and focus on their studies has really improved. (*)

Editor: Edi Sukasah
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