Hi! My name is Thais Araujo. I belong to 6th batch graduate. I graduated year 2011. I am now working on the Clinic. I treat my client with all respect and care just as I was cared by the Sisters. Everything in life is on going struggles and I encounter my strength with the education that I received in the Sisters of Mary. For me to passed and finish my college was not easy but I really take good advantage of everything that I learned during my high school life with the sisters and especially with what I learned with my course. I take Dentistry course when I was with the sisters. And it helps me so much of what I am now. That is why though life is hard and tough I look forward and go ahead because I have the good baggage with me and it is the education that I received not just academic but also moral and spiritual, to be really a good person, good professional. And I thank God for permitting me to know about the Sisters of Mary and allowing me to learn with the sisters and also I am grateful with Fr. Al for creating a school who really gives hope, courage, strength and life for me and for all those who belongs to the Sisters of Mary School family.
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