Viviana Sarahi Enamorado Reyes
When did you start at SJBS?
I started SJBS when I had four-years-old in Kinder.
Do you have any brothers or sisters at SJBS?
I have two sisters at SJBS. One in fourth grade and the youngest is in first grade.
Describe your family.
My family is really big. I have 12 cousins and two sisters and a brother. I have three aunts and five uncles. My mom’s name is Mayra. She is 34 years old. My dad’s name is Fredy. He is 36 years old.
What was your first day of school like?
In the first day of school, I remember that I was crying. I wanted to go home with my mom.
How did you feel on your first day of 9th grade?
I felt prepared because I knew it was the last year at SJBS.
What are you going to do after graduating from SJBS?
After graduating from SJBS, I’m going to continue studying and preparing myself to be a teacher.
Where do you want to be in 5 years?
At university.
What is the most powerful lesson you’ve learned at SJBS?
The most powerful lesson I’ve learned at SJBS is to never give up.
Which teacher impacted you the most (any year of school)? Why?
A teacher that impacted me the most was Mr. Mac because he is really intelligent.
How have you changed since you began at SJBS?
I think I haven’t changed since I began at SJBS.
How do you feel about the future?
I feel really hopeful about the future because I know that being able to be bilingual gives me a lot of opportunities.
What do you want other people to know about Honduras?
I want other people to know that Honduras is a big country with a lot of touristic places.
What will you miss about SJBS?
From SJBS I’ll miss my classmates and my teachers.
Describe a normal day at school.
A normal day at school is an ordinary day. You go to class, pay attention, follow directions, don’t talk. Wait for the teacher to give explanations. Present homework and the same role everyday.
What does BECA mean to you?
BECA means that it’s a program made to help kids/students be able to study and be bilingual.