Kaspar Kasemaa

Lars Lund, Staff Writer

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Kaspar Kasemaa is a 17 year old exchange student from Estonia. He is staying with the Sam-family until June 26. Kasemaa came to America to experience a different culture, which he finds to be very different indeed. “Most things are different here from Estonia. For example, school in Estonia is harder, and I can’t choose my classes there.” He also feels safer in Estonia. “In Estonia we can go anywhere without having to worry about our safety. We also don’t have to worry about guns.”

After school, he likes to take naps, eat and hang out with friends and family. When the season comes, he is going to participate in wrestling.

After coming to America, he feels like he has become a more responsible person. He misses home, friends and little sister, but he isn’t homesick. He thinks the high school sports and the schools sport spirit is very cool. “I didn’t expect it to be so big.” He also likes how open and friendly Americans are. When this school year ends, he is going to spend time with his American friends before he goes back to Estonia and starts 11th grade.

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