Going to I.C.S. has defined who I am, and who I aspire to be. It has taught me humility and kindness.
I.C.S. taught me about the Good News of Jesus and that I should spread it.
I.C.S. taught me the values of being a better person and to respect others.
I actually know something about math and English, unlike many of my peers in high school, so I was prepared.
I learned how to manage my time concerning school work.
I.C.S. prepared me extremely well for high school. I felt like I was a step ahead of the other kids.
I.C.S. did a wonderful job preparing me for high school. I felt so ahead of the other students in math and English especially. I thank all the staff of I.C.S. because without them, I probably wouldn't be the student and person I am today.
My years at I.C.S. were ten of the best years of my life. I grew so much spiritually and academically. I had some of the best teachers and made lifelong friends. I.C.S. really prepared me for the future.
I.C.S. prepared us very well in English and gave us hard assignments that would prepare us for high school and helped us become better people.
I found that I was fully prepared for high school and it made the classes easier. I found that I excelled in English thanks to Mrs. Vlk.
I.C.S. is a great school to learn skills for school and life.
I was very prepared for high school. My Freshman year was a breeze, and I found that diagramming helped me more than I could have imagined. I got a perfect score on the English section of the ACT all three times I took it.
I.C.S. prepared me well for high school especially in the English department.
I.C.S. was more like home to me. The classes were so small, and we were all very close. It was always fun and welcoming to me.
I.C.S. was a wonderful place with a great atmosphere where I gained many friendships I still have today. After ten years at I.C.S. I learned many important life lessons that I appreciate having today.
I.C.S. was one of the greatest parts of my life. The ten years I spent at I.C.S. introduced me to my greatest friends and taught me many life long lessons. I wouldn't trade my years at I.C.S. for anything.
The I.C.S. community was a great influence, and eight years of Catholic grade school helped me to grow greatly, both academically and spiritually.