“Everyone gets the opportunity to showcase their abilities, to shine both locally and internationally,” said Jubilee School student Farah Al Faleh at her class’s graduation ceremony on Wednesday, 22 July 2015. “The Jubilee School allowed me to discover myself and make the best of friends.”
A total of 103 students celebrated their graduation today during the ceremony attended by teachers, alumni, and the students’ families. Her Majesty Queen Noor Al Hussein presented diplomas to 19th graduating class, congratulating them on completing their rigorous four-year program.
Several other students spoke passionately about their time at the Jubilee School, where they cherished not only the challenging academic experience, but also the extracurricular opportunities that the school offered to all students. The students fondly recounted their cultural exchanges and successes in international science and debate competitions in India, Turkey, Qatar, and many other countries. They remembered how studying and living in dorms together fostered a tight-knit, supportive community among classmates from different socioeconomic backgrounds, a manifestation of the school’s diversity.