"There are many things here we don't have in my country. I do like it, but I miss my mom. The teachers are very nice here, and if you want to work hard you will. I don't really speak English very well." -- Kloranne Kambou, Congo
"My mom won the lottery for a green card. She has a lot of friends here and decided to come to the U.S. and have a better life than there. Life in Russia is very different than here. Here you can get wherever you want; you just have to study for it." -- Henry Matevosyan, Moscow
"The school is really hard here, but you learn more." -- Arnie Calderon, Guadalajara, Mexico
"Students here are friendly. I cannot speak English, but they talk to me. I think in Japan that maybe cannot happen. If there's a boy from some foreign country who can't speak Japanese, I think not many people would talk to the person. Here it is more accepting. In Japan, the classes are fixed for everybody, but here we can choose." -- Yuta Okada, Tokyo
"Gunn is really different from the school I had before. You focus on multiple things here, like sports. In China you study more. It's advanced with a lot more homework. They don't care very much about sports." -- Yilei Yu, Wuhan, China
"I like it here -- the weather, the friendly people. The school day is way longer but it's like -- I don't know how to explain it -- it's different, it's better. You learn more." -- David Stelzer, Eimeldingen, Germany
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