A LITTLE WORD FROM A FEW OF OUR
Six years of studying in BCU has changed shy Karmila into a happy and cheerful girl. She has also improved her academic score, and most importantly developed greater confidence in many aspects of her life. Her progress is consistent, which her parents believe has been majorly influenced by her learnings in BCU. For Karmila’s parents, this achievement is priceless as without the support of a scholarship they would not be able to afford to pay the full tuition fee.
Before starting in BCU, Wicak, as he normally is called, attended a local public school but wanted to quit after three months because he was bullied. He was then enrolled at BCU and hasn’t looked back. By receiving a scholarship and being able to study at BCU Wicak has not only improved academically. Wicak’s parents have witnessed how BCU has given him new friends, provided lessons about compassion and how to be a student with good behaviour.
According to Aliyani’s parents, since attending BCU she now finds it easy to communicate and interact with her peers and has developed the confidence to speak in public. Her strong interest in dancing and drawing has been encouraged by her teachers and as a result she has become a more creative and independent problem solver. She joined the school’s choir and dance team which won the traditional dance competition at a recent Army Force event.