It’s no secret that ACS is one of the best schools in La Paz, Bolivia. What makes our school so great? It’s the teachers, of course. From very strict and tough teachers to the most friendly ones, they all makeup part of this school’s wonderful community. However, outsiders might not have such a clear idea of how the teachers are here at ACS. That’s why today, we will be discussing teachers at ACS.
When you hear the name Mr. Carpio, what comes to your mind? For me, the only word I can think of that sums up Mr. Carpio would be sarcastic, but in a good way. His silly jokes always brighten up the mood, his tests, however, not so much. Moving on to one of the friendliest teachers, we have Ms. G. Honestly, I think of Ms. G as a friend more than a teacher. She’s always available to hang out during brunch, and she never refuses to let us play with her pop during class time. Next up is Ms. Andi. Ms. Andi is such a sweetheart, and not only is she a great teacher, but she’s the best cheerleading coach the school has ever had. I’ve had the pleasure of having Ms. Sainz as a teacher during middle school, but I will say she gets a lot friendlier once you’re not in her class because when you are, her tests and worksheets drive you crazy, but I can’t complain because the worksheets before every quiz would help me understand the lessons a lot better.
Oftentimes, when people see they have a class with Ms. Gamarra, they get intimidated. Contrary to what many believe, you can win Ms. Gamarra over by doing all your work and making sure you understand what you’re being taught, and never be scared to ask for extra help because Ms. Gamarra will always be there to help you. It’s now time to talk about Ms. Artieda. Ms. Artieda is one of the kindest people in this school. You can always count on the fact that she will be wearing some fun glasses to brighten up the class or give out some fun activities to do. Next up, we have the kindest Spanish teachers, Ms. Vargas and Ms. Soliz. Both of these amazing teachers always try to help you out when you miss a test, or when you’re lost in a subject. In general, they made all my Spanish classes through high school a fun time.
There is literally not a single person in this school who doesn’t like Dani and Miltich. Having PE in your schedule is always a relief because it’s so much fun. Ms. Ormachea always finds new and creative art assignments for us to do. She will always have reasonable deadlines for the assignments she hands out, and her class is always open to going to after school if you need any type of help. And finally, we have Ms. Caro. No, she’s not a teacher, but it was impossible to leave her out of this article. You can think of Ms. Caro as a second mother because she’s always there to give you advice and help you when anything goes wrong in school.
I would’ve loved to go into more detail about each of the teachers at our school, but unfortunately, that’s not possible. Hopefully, this short summary of all the teachers was helpful enough to help you understand each teacher’s personality. Regardless, all these amazing people are what make ACS even greater than what it already is. Don’t be afraid to open up to other teachers when you’re lost, because not a single one of them will refuse to help you. We should all be grateful for the teachers at ACS because, without them, the school wouldn’t be the way it is today.