Student Achievements 2019-2020 HIGHLIGHTS

Student Achievements 2019-2020 HIGHLIGHTS

We couldn’t be prouder of our students! Whether in public speaking, leadership, science, university acceptance, or anything else they are up to, SIS-Adma students continuously prove that they have the academic skills and dedication needed to succeed. We congratulate them and their families.

At the Lebanese American University (LAU) Model United Nations (MUN) Middle School and High School Final Conferences, SIS-Adma students did a wonderful job representing Japan and Italy. The delegates handled themselves with poise and class throughout the entire conference. Their success was also due to the incredible support provided by our student advisors.

Middle School top achievers included: Zeina Chedid (Best Improved); Michel Issa, Alex Douaihy, Teviya Nasr, and Clara Abdessater (Position Paper); Nella Feghali (Secretary-General). As for High School, top achievers were: Fatima Saleh (Best Improved); Salma Jalbout, Majd Chahwan, and Paolo Kisso (Position Paper); Pamela Yahchouchi and Albert Khanamirian (Diplomacy); Jad Hreiki (Secretary-General).

Taking part in the Harvard Model Congress, Robin Abboud won the title of Best Delegate Speaker Award (6 named out of around 500 students), as well as an Honorable Mention in the Judicial Committee for law writing.

Students also participated in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2018 and achieved high performance in Mathematical Literacy and Scientific Literacy (Sara Saad), Scientific Literacy (Aya Maria Matar), Scientific Literacy and Reading Literacy (Aya Hobeika, Elias Moussa), and Mathematical Literacy and Reading Literacy (Nour Frem). On top of this, Sara Saad was ranked first in Lebanon.

We would also like to recognize our students Sarah Saad and Aya Hobeika, who each deservingly received a full merit scholarship (100%) from the Lebanese American University (LAU).

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