October 6, 2016 Admin

The Grade 9 students came back from their adventurous journey at Wadi Rum on Sat Oct 1st, which fulfilled one of the criteria of the El Hassan Youth Bronze Award. They certainly demonstrated resilience and perseverance when hiking in the hot desert. They also displayed a willingness to go beyond their comfort zone and an open mind to try new things and to learn new skills.

October 17, 2014 Administrator

What is it? This previous summer, I gratefully participated in the Harvard Global Citizens Summit for Youth at Harvard University in Boston. Principally, the Global Citizens Summit for Youth (GCSY) brought a select group of 24 international youth scholars and faculty to the Harvard University Faculty Club. During the week-long program, we investigated the idea of global citizenship and the themes of freedom and fairness in the world today. The Summit was carried out by professors from Harvard University, in addition to well-renowned scholars such as Professor Linda Hill and Doctor Howard Garner , that utilized the Harkness Discussion Method,…

April 22, 2014 Admin

On Thursday, 20th of March, grade 8 visited the Lady of the Mountain church, school and home. Nervous and excited, they were welcomed with a warm smile belonging to Father Simon, who introduced us to the church and school. After being told about its history and religious background, they realised how truly inspiring the sisters and the priests who dedicated their life to help secure and stabilise younger lives are by following God’s word are: They attended a religion lesson with the students at the school and learnt how important it is to follow the teachings of…

April 5, 2014 Admin

In February 2014, from the 12th until the 22nd, a group of 18 students were accompanied by 3 teachers to the exotic country of Cambodia. The 10th and 11th grade students were taken on an adventurous journey throughout the streets of Cambodia and were able to take on life long experiences that would benefit them throughout the rest of their lives. The students first arrived to the city of Siem Reap, where they were taken to a poverty stricken village and spent 3 days aiding the children of the village by upgrading their school. Fences were refurbished, classrooms…

April 16, 2012 Admin

Round Square Conference, a set on Flickr. The Grade 10 Round Square Conference is one that allows students in the grade to partake in a once-in-a-lifetime exchange of culture and ideas. Students also get to take part in several service-oriented activities that add to their characters considerably.

April 16, 2012 Admin

Umm Qais/Gadara + Ecopark Trip, a set on Flickr. Grade Eleven’s second trip to Ecopark this year allowed students in the grade to see part of Jordan that they very rarely get to. The trip started with Grade Eleven students taking part in an excavation at Umm Qais, the remains of the Roman settlement of Gadara, which is located around the city of Irbid. Grade Eleven then spent the next two days at Ecopark where they had the opportunity to hike and ride bikes around the environmentally-friendly and self-sustainable camp.

April 16, 2012 Admin

IAAPanorama’s photostream on Flickr. Grade Eleven’s second trip to Ecopark this year allowed students in the grade to see part of Jordan that they very rarely get to. The trip started with Grade Eleven students taking part in an excavation at Umm Qais, the remains of the Roman settlement of Gadara, which is located around the city of Irbid. Grade Eleven then spent the next two days at Ecopark where they had the opportunity to hike and ride bikes around the environmentally-friendly and self-sustainable camp.

April 16, 2012 Admin

A short video that features students’ descriptions of the trip. Grade Eleven’s second trip to Ecopark this year allowed students in the grade to see part of Jordan that they very rarely get to. The trip started with Grade Eleven students taking part in an excavation at Umm Qais, the remains of the Roman settlement of Gadara, which is located around the city of Irbid. Grade Eleven then spent the next two days at Ecopark where they had the opportunity to hike and ride bikes around the environmentally-friendly and self-sustainable camp.

April 16, 2012 Admin

Umm Qais/Gadara + Ecopark Trip, a set on Flickr. Grade Eleven’s second trip to Ecopark this year allowed students in the grade to see part of Jordan that they very rarely get to. The trip started with Grade Eleven students taking part in an excavation at Umm Qais, the remains of the Roman settlement of Gadara, which is located around the city of Irbid. Grade Eleven then spent the next two days at Ecopark where they had the opportunity to hike and ride bikes around the environmentally-friendly and self-sustainable camp.

April 16, 2012 Admin

First Ecopark Trip, a set on Flickr. These are pictures of the first Grade Eleven trip to Ecopark in North Shuneh. Grade 11 students helped to use bricks of recycled paper to build homes for and connect drinkable water to villagers in the area who had lived without them for decades. They also took part in numerous hikes through North Shuneh and experienced a part of Jordan they very rarely get to.