It was another busy graduation on Friday, as we said goodbye to some really lovely students.
First up graduating from his pre-intermediate class today was Spanish Guillem Lopez Borras. His teacher said he is a very happy and funny student who made all his classmate laugh a lot. They will miss him and his sense of humour! His teacher also mentioned that he is graduating with excellent marks.
Ulrike Anscheutz from Germany, who also graduated from the pre-intermediate class, only has only been in Byron Bay for one week. Her teacher said that she made lots of friends and talked to many people from different nationalities. Ulrike said the time she spent was too short to improve her English a lot, but she enjoyed it very much.
Next up was Manuel from Spain (pictured above). He graduated from the upper-intermediate class. His teacher mentioned how much he had improved in his 12 weeks at Lexis and also praised his friendliness. She said that he is a very respectful student and that he will be missed a lot! Manuel is looking forward to travelling around Australia before he is going back to Spain in a few months.
Moja Alseraie from Saudia Arabia has been at Lexis Byron Bay for 8 months! He gave a lovely speech in very good English. He said it has been hard for him to imagine his last day and he can’t believe he is actually graduating today. He thanked all the teachers and staff at Lexis individually and he said that he had an amazing time, learned a lot and will miss everyone!
Maider Egusquizaga from Spain graduated from her IELTS class today. She said that she felt like Lexis was her second family! She loved her teachers and has improved her communication skills greatly. Her teacher said she has an outgoing, talkative personality and she made fantastic contributions to all class discussions. Even though Maider is sad to leave Byron she can’t wait to go skiing back in Spain in two weeks again!
Andrin Siegentahler’s elementary class teacher praised how fast he had improved and how much he had learned at Lexis. He thanked everyone and said he will miss Byron.
Gulia Barra from the intermediate class was sad to leave Lexis after having such a great time and learning so much. Her teacher said she was a delight to teach and always happy and hard-working.
And last but not least, Kevin Naepflin, who was also graduationg from the intermediate class, said he had a great time in Byron and that he loved the Byron way of life.
All the best to all of you. Come back and see us soon.