CLIP hosted an Alumni reunion

December 29 2022

Opinion article

Upper School, or school in general, is a pivotal time in a person's life. It is a time of transition, growth, and self-discovery. It is also a time that sets the foundation for a person's future career and life. This is why staying connected to one's school is so important, even after graduation.


Recently, CLIP held an alumni meeting to bring together former students to reconnect and reminisce about their school days. It was a fantastic opportunity for alumni to catch up with old friends, share their experiences, and reminisce about their school years.

As the alumni shared their stories, it was clear that their Upper School experience profoundly impacted their lives. Many spoke of how their high school years helped shape the person they are today and how the lessons they learned in school have helped them in their career and personal lives.
It is important to remember that Upper School is about more than just achieving good grades and getting into college. It is about preparing for life and equipping students with the tools they need to be successful in the real world. School is where students learn about teamwork, responsibility, and time management. It is where they discover how to set goals, work hard, and persevere in facing challenges.



For many students, Upper School is also where they discover their passion and explore potential career paths. Our school offered various programs and extracurricular activities that helped students explore their interests and strengths. Many of our alumni spoke of how these programs and activities helped them discover their passion and set them on the path to their future careers.

It is clear that school is an essential part of starting a career and life. It is a time that shapes who we are and sets the foundation for our future. That is why staying connected to one's school is so important, even after graduation. It reminds us of where we came from and the people and experiences that helped shape us into the person we are today.

In conclusion, Upper School is not just four years. It's a foundation that will shape your future. It's a time when you will learn more than just academic knowledge and life skills. The alumni meeting allowed the graduates to reflect on the past and cherish the memories. Also, it reminded them how vital CLIP was in their lives.

CLIP hosted an Alumni reunion

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