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Three Immigrants Reflect on Their Past Lives and How They’ve Grown

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Bella Horvath
Many of the students at Wilde Lake have immigrated from other countries throughout the world. Aisha Morillo immigrated from Venezuela at a young age, while Renato Serrano and Zulma Agullar immigrated from El Salvador.

In Room 310 sits a group of students full of stories of growth within America. Many of these students were forced to leave their home countries for various reasons.

Wilde Lake’s ESOL program welcomes students who endured the search for a better life in an unfamiliar country. Now, these students pursue their education in America and reflect on their growth.

“The Paw Print” interviewed three students who shared their experiences of traveling to a new country to live a better life.

Zulma’s story

Renato’s story

Aisha’s story

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