Student Spotlight: Amina

My name is Amina E., I came from Morocco in 1986. I first went to church to study English here in central Indiana. My church recommended going to adult education in the 1990’s to get my high school diploma. I started class, but had to put my education on hold to become a full-time mom. Currently my children are all grown up and I wish to get my high school degree.

Getting my high school degree has always been a dream of mine. I started at Level 1 English class and have worked my way up through the classes and my current class is reading with Mrs. Blythe in HSE. My teachers have helped me a lot with my reading and writing throughout the years that I have attended. I would highly recommend anyone who has come from a different country to learn English in the Adult Education setting. I have always encouraged my friends from Morocco to attend classes due to the flexible schedule, caring teachers, and to just learn English. I would like to thank the Wayne Township Adult Education for all the assistance they give to adult education.

Share This Post

More Stories to Read

Student Stories

Mahrous Gaber

Mahrous Gaber started with Ben Davis University about a year ago. When recently asked about what Wayne Township Adult Education has done for him, Mahrous

Read More »
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons
Scroll to Top