Lexis Brisbane – Our Superstar Graduates This Week! – 2.06.23

Daniel Alejandro Pierre

Graduation Day at Lexis Brisbane!

This week has been a busy one, and today, after the end of a busy 5 days, we celebrate the graduation of 19 brilliant students who have absolutely nailed their English studies! Graduation day marks a new adventure for our students, who are armed with knowledge, memories, and a sense of accomplishment. The excitement of graduation day is a reminder of the transformative power of education and the endless potential that lies within each graduate.

Without further ado, let me introduce you to this week’s legends!

Our Lexis Brisbane graduates this week are Daniel, Nao, Sergio, Laura Andrea, Warissara, Juan, Marina, Emre, Nalynnie, Miho, Ece, Alejandro, Hamza, Tsukasa, Hyeyoung, Laura, Koki, Pierre, and Pilar. Congratulations guys! You have worked incredibly hard and deserve to celebrate such great achievements. One of the great things about graduation day is hearing from our students about how their learning experience has been. Today, I got the opportunity to speak with Tsukasa, Hyeyoung and Marina who all graduated from their intermediate and upper-intermediate classes.

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Marina and her class 

Marina is from Brazil and came to Lexis Brisbane with little to no understanding of English. Despite how scary this was for her, she told me that teacher Melita immediately made her feel welcome. To Marina, Melita was warm and nurturing, making her feel accepted. She told me that Melita made English appear less daunting and was like a second mother on campus. While studying at Lexis, Marina fell in love with Australia and has decided to extend her visa to allow for a longer stay. She told me she will enter a business course at Lexis Training to improve her business management skills for her own business back home in Brazil. Her study at Lexis Brisbane has given her a fantastic opportunity to pursue this further study in English. Arriving in Australia without any family or friends made Marina feel lonely and isolated. However, after being welcomed to Lexis Brisbane, she told me that it became her family and that she no longer felt alone. Marina has made so many new friends and we are all incredibly proud of her hard work and dedication. From hardly understanding English to graduating from an intermediate-level English class is such a monumental accomplishment. Congratulations Marina, you are an inspiration to us all!

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Hyeyoung and her class 

Hyeyoung is from South Korea and graduated from teacher Luke’s upper-intermediate class today. She shared with me how enjoyable her class was, telling me that Luke made every class fun with lots of games, activities and laughs. Hyeyoung described her experience at Lexis Brisbane as amazing, giving her the opportunity to make so many lifelong friends. Her friends at Lexis made each and every day fun and encouraged her to continue to work hard. Hyeyoung will travel around Australia after graduation because, like Marina, she fell in love with the country and culture. We couldn’t be more proud of her hard work and everyone at Lexis Brisbane wishes Hyeyoung the best for all her future adventures.


Last but not least, I got the chance to speak to Tsukasa. Tsukasa is from Japan and graduated from his intermediate class today. He is a rather familiar face on campus as he always brings around coffees from his barista course to share with other classes. The barista course that we offer here at Lexis Brisbane has not only given Tsukasa the opportunity to learn how to make good coffee, but has taught him invaluable customer service skills, recognized by a certificate following completion. In terms of his English journey, Tsukasa told me that he had a rather stressful departure from Japan when his flight was significantly delayed, however, once he arrived in Australia and at Lexis, he immediately felt welcomed. He said that Lexis gave him the chance to make lots of new friends and accomplish his English goals. When I asked Tsukasa what advice he would give to a new English student joining Lexis, he told me that the best advice he could give would be to speak English as much as possible. He shared with me that speaking English as often as he could really helped him improve his skills quickly and he hopes that other students do the same. Tsukasa has worked incredibly hard during his time here at Lexis Brisbane and we wish him the best of luck in the future. Congratulations!

Congratulations to all of our graduating students this week! Your hard work has not gone unnoticed and we are incredibly proud of your efforts. You will always be a part of the Lexis Brisbane family and we wish you all the success possible! Thankyou for letting Lexis be a part of your English journey.

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