March 25, 2014
Imagine moving to a different country, where you don’t know anyone, and having to join a school when you barely understand the country’s culture. This is reality for exchange students like Bablina Celis, from Cancún, Mexico, who is attending Liberty High School.
Celis said moving to America for the school year was a fascinating experience.
“The thrill of going to a different country to live with a different family and change my everyday life has been absolutely amazing,” she said.
Things are different in America, but in a good way. As an exchange student, she had to move in with an unfamiliar family: the Guzmans.