To Those Who Teach at The King’s College,
When I began as a student I expected to learn, but I did not expect to be transformed. Yet, after a little under two years here, the transformation is unmistakable.
I say this because I used to think I was a pretty good student. Now I only consider how I can do better.
School used to be about getting good grades; here it is about not letting you down. Because when I see how much work you put into each and every class, I cannot help but try my best. My effort is rewarded by the fact that you also try your best to teach valuable truths.
These truths have changed my life and I know they will continue to do so.
Thank you for waking up at 3am to commute to New York City.
Thank you for taking the time to meet personally with any student who wishes to do so.
Thank you for continuing to teach when our school appears to be on the brink of failure.
No matter what happens to The King’s College, I will be grateful for the worldview that I have developed during this short period of life.
Kale C. Hiller
Kale Hiller
House Scholar | House of C.S. Lewis | Class of '24
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