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Her Majesty Queen Noor Celebrates 16th Graduation Ceremony of the Jubilee School
16th July 2012
Jubilee School Celebrates 16th Graduation
 
July 16, 2012 Amman – Her Majesty Queen Noor Al Hussein celebrated the 16th graduation of the senior class of the Jubilee School on Monday.  She joined with 71 outstanding students in recognizing their four-year achievements at the Jubilee School including completing their high school diploma.
 
Graduate Batool Ahmed Al-Wahdani was one of several students selected to share some of her unique experiences as a student at the Jubilee School
 
Al-Wahdani, who wants to become a cardiologist, was the first female president of the Jubilee School Student Council.  She also represented the Jubilee School at the FLL Arabia Robotics Championship in 2010 and helped organize the Jubilee Model United Nations (JMUN) in 2011.


Batool Ahmed Al-Wahdani speaks
The Jubilee School is a coeducational secondary institution providing scholarships to students from diverse socio-eonomic backgrounds, with a special emphasis on students from underdeveloped areas in Jordan.
 
The Jubilee School develops the academic and leadership potential of outstanding students by providing a unique environment which promotes critical thinking, leadership and conflict-resolution skills, scientific and technological expertise, and community service. 

Jubilee School graduates hosted a special Iftar dinner for Jubilee School alumni attended by Royal Highnesses Prince Hamzah and Princess Basmah as a follow up to the graduation ceremony.
 
The purpose of the Iftar was to reconnect with many of the school's 1,400 alumni and to encourage them to support the school and to give back to their communities. 
The Jubilee School Alumni Club was established in 2001 and invites graduates to reconnect with their classmates by sending their contact information and queries to:  jubilee@jubilee.edu.jo
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