Class of 2016
JOSHUA JOHN: One thing I’ve realized after graduating from KIS is that, every single comment about missing Kodai school after graduating is unfortunately true. I’ve even told my juniors to be psychologically prepared for a shock, no matter how much they think “they’re not going to miss Kodai”. After graduating, I started realizing things about Kodai that were obvious without understanding how important they were. I joined KIS as an 11-year-old, and not many 11 year olds come with strong personalities, opinions or tastes. I came as a rather bland person and Kodai showed me so much and said to me “Here, this is what I can offer; it’s everything and anything. You can pick what you want to make of yourself. If you try something and don’t like it, try something else, but don’t stop figuring out who you are and most importantly, don’t forget that we’ll help you do it.” It’s not that Kodai made me who I am, but it helped me to make myself the way I want to be. That’s something you can’t find elsewhere, the freedom to find your identity. I will be attending Sunway University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for my Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and I have further plans and opportunities after university. I don’t think I deserve the credit for my achievements; would the situation I am in now be so if I hadn’t come to Kodai school? Not a chance and I don’t see anything topping the experience and life that KIS gave me.
MADHU SRINIVASAN: I will be attending Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland-Medical University of Bahrain (RCSI-MUB) and will be pursuing medicine. The university starts early September so I haven't had a chance to visit it yet.
MINHO HEO: My transition from high school to college was pretty dramatic. I was all around the campus doing several different things, after I went on my first day of college I was nothing. Everybody here on campus are busy with their own life not attempting to communicate with others. It was different from Kodai. Since I was a student there I had to adapt. I made several friends with my interest and thoughts. I would not say more but it was indeed an interesting experience. Now I am planning on a business firm with a student from India, with full support from our business school (Kelley School of Business). It will that few cases where a freshman opens up a business supported by the business school. This sort of a braveness that I got was not attained here in Indiana, it was Kodai that developed me as the real leader. I hope to speak for our school as a successful entrepreneur.
Madhu Srinivasan: I will be attending Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland-Medical University of Bahrain (RCSI-MUB) and will be pursuing medicine. The university starts early September, so I haven't had a chance to visit it yet.
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