“Even though this is not anything exclusive to Graded, I think there are certain skills and certain things we don’t learn at school but we must learn at school. In the modern age, where people are much more susceptible to feel like they don’t have meaning in their life and that they work for nothing, I think that having something that can help students cope with these things – not only now (in school) but in life, on a regular basis-is good because it would cultivate new habits that would teach people to know not only how to succeed but to deal with success. Because success can also be something that can drain you. I think that if Graded has the ability to invest in the innovation center, it can definitely invest in the well-being of the students. “

– Gian Salles, Class of 2020