I wouldn't have changed anything...Even aspects of the program that were difficult were just opportunities to be challenged and grow more.
I learned [at OC] how to be independent, how to work with others, and to not be afraid to try.
OC made me a more confident public speaker,
more comfortable around adults, and encouraged me to see
people of all ages as my peers.
Some of my best friends in the
entire world are people I met during my time at OC.
The biggest thing that OC taught me was that different children are ready for different things at different times in their development.
In high school and college, I always did well in problem-solving situations relative to my peers. I think I owe this in part to all the puzzles and thinking games we used to do in Tuesday Tutorial.