Something I love about my fellow Packer students is how kind we are to each other. No matter what grade you are in or where you may be, there is always the feeling of respect and inclusivity.
It’s good to learn about not just our country but other countries, studying the people there, what their traditions are, what their religions are, what they do.
I have learned so much from my teachers, about life and academics. Without them, I truly would not be the person I am today.
It’s nice having one main campus because I have made connections with everyone: kids I've been in classes with and in other grades, even teachers.
I have always seen diversity work at Packer as an opportunity to give the student body a new perspective and make them aware of certain social or school-specific issues. Diversity work helps make Packer students more socially aware.
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