Describe yourself in three words.
Competitive, reliable, quiet.
What are your favourite subjects and why?
Science - because I have the opportunity to work with lab equipment and execute experiments; even dissect animals!
French - because I am very interested in learning another language and culture, especially one that is as influential as French.
What kinds of extracurricular activities do you do and why?
Sports clubs because I can keep my body in shape and also act as a healthy outlet of stress. Other clubs like the library committee as I am able to contribute to making the school a better place by helping to maintain the library.
What opportunities has your school given you that you would not have had otherwise?
24-hour race. In November 2018, SIS joined a 24-hour race held at IGB International School to help raise awareness to combat human trafficking and modern-day slavery. It was a very eye-opening experience as we were exposed to slightly uncomfortable conditions like sleeping on the floor, but victims of human trafficking would have to make do with worse.
If you could change one thing about being a student at your school, what would it be?
Students should be able to voice their opinions which will be taken into consideration by the school.
What do you hope to do when you finish school?
I would like to complete the Canadian International Matriculation Programme at Sunway College as soon as possible and get into a university overseas, preferably Canada to get a degree in medicine.
What do you think is the biggest problem with the world today? What can you do about it?
I think the biggest problem with the world today is global warming. Our home planet is suffering and it’s due to our decision to burn fossil fuels. I have already started to take public transport and carpool to get to and from school, and hardly travelling on planes to decrease my carbon footprint.