Posts Tagged ‘ESL school’

Christmas Party 2005

Saturday, December 24th, 2005

Christmas Party 1

Christmas Party 2

Christmas Party 3

Halloween Party 2005

Monday, October 31st, 2005

Halloween Party

Teachers and the Director are friendly

Saturday, April 30th, 2005

One of the good points of this school is that teachers and the director are friendly. You can always feel at home. Because the classes have only a small number of students, the teacher listens to each of us individually. Director helped me to get the CASI level 1. She also fixed me up with a job and I’ve really enjoyed working here in Whistler, though I still have difficulty with English sometimes. It’s been good knowing many people from different countries through this school and my job. I’ve had a good time with the TRIBAL SKI TEAM members. I would like to express my appreciation for this school! Kana Kato : Japanese, Female, 3 months from Feb 2005, ESL Part-Time

The teacher is like my brother

Tuesday, December 28th, 2004

What a lovely school this is! I was only here for a month but I really enjoyed taking the class. Even though I was at class I felt at home. The teacher, Daniel, is like my brother. I alway bring and ask questons. Daniel is GOOOOD and takes good care of students individually. About discussion, we all like talking about skiing, snowboarding, weather and snowcondition, so the talk is spontaneous. I like it. Everyday it was different. I screwd up my snowboard season this year. It sucked but I had a good time here. I wish I could stay more and there was a school like Advantage E/J in my town. I’m looking forward to coming back here someday. Finally I want to thank all of this school’s staff and students. I really enjoyed it a lot. I hope you all will have a good time.Takashi Fukai : Japanese, Female, 1 month from Dec 2004, ESL Part-Time

My English has improved!

Wednesday, December 1st, 2004

I am from Spain and last winter I went to Whistler, Canada to improve my English and snowboarding. In my second week there I found an English school which looked very interesting! I tried a class and decided that I liked it so much, that I stayed and enrolled in classes for the whole of the winter, but the best was yet to come……

The schools director is very nice and hospitable and throws great school events and parties! I remember my first days at the school when I could not speak any English or had ever studied it before. After a couple of months I realised that there were many people that were unable to speak English in Whistler and my English had improved!

Whistler is a paradise of snow and I want to go back!! Regards to my teacher Daniel, Kelly and a special thank you to Setsuko the schools director. Julio : Spanish, 6 months in 2004, ESL Part-Time