SJBS Graduating Profiles: Enrique

Samael Enrique Cardenas Paredes

When did you start at SJBS?
I started at second grade.

Do you have any brothers or sisters at SJBS?
Yes, but he is already out of SJBS.

Describe your family.
My family is not so normal because we pass time together and we make jokes. We are like a silly family.

What was your first day of school like?
Yes, I remember because that day I met a classmate named Mirza and that day we start to talk.

How did you feel on your first day of 9th grade?
I felt proud because of all my work and time studying to be a 9th grade boy.

What are you going to do after graduating from SJBS?
I am keeping studying and I am already studying in San Pedro in another school that is about technology and I go only the Saturday.

Where do you want to be in 5 years?
I want to be a professional so I can make my goals and grow and I help my family to have a better life.

What is the most powerful lesson you’ve learned at SJBS?
I think that the best lesson is when they teach us how things works when are adults. You know that it is not easy.

Which teacher impacted you the most (any year of school)? Why?
I think or I am sure that was Mr. Derek and Miss Meagan because with them I learned a lot of things and because I have good communication with them.

How have you changed since you began at SJBS?
I have changed my mind that; at first I didn’t care about nothing, and as I was growing, I care more and more.

How do you feel about the future?
I feel like nervous because I don’t know how the things will go for me.

What do you want other people to know about Honduras?
That is a beautiful place that has a lot of interesting things they can explore.

What’s the funniest thing that ever happened at school?
The most funniest is when a teacher farts and that the whole class laughs.

What will you miss about SJBS?
I will miss all my classmates because they are my second family.

Describe a normal day at school.
A normal day will be to study and go to school, be at all the classes paying attention, and then starting to joke.

What does BECA mean to you?
For me BECA means like a group of people that care about the future of another and that they want the kids have a better future and also their family.