Najah is the perfect platform for students to find their higher education path with over a hundred local and international exhibitors. Prestigious universities and leading companies will be on hand to help you make the right choices for you.
- You get to meet student recruitment advisors from leading national and international universities;
- Discover what scholarship opportunities and internships are available to you;
- Take advantage of the professionals – get all of your queries answered on the spot by admission officers and student recruiters.
The school organized a trip for all of the 11th and 12th grade students, as it will be a great opportunity to gather all the needed information about colleges and universities requirements here in the UAE.
Monday November 3rd, 2014
UAE Flag Day
It is celebrated annually on November 3, the day of President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s accession as President of the UAE. His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, called upon all UAE citizens and government departments to hoist the UAE flag on Monday, Flag Day, as a sign of national unity.
In a school, organization is critical, as is the inclusion of students as part of that organization. The position of prefect is a position of responsibility and one that provides an important connection between students and staff. The prefect team has an important role throughout the entire school community: they are responsible for helping set the tone amongst the student body and for maintain and enhancing the culture of the school.
Mr. Jeffrey Herr (DWCHS Director)
This year’s selected prefects are: Hessa AlMansoori (Head Girl), Maryam AlMazrooei (Deputy Head Girl), Dana Raheef, Amna Kayani, Rhoda Obaid and Mariam AlRahmah (House Prefects), Rahima AbdulWakil (Deputy Prefect), Rodha AlDoei (Office Prefect), Nehaa Pirzada (Community & PR Prefect) and Eloise Nobbs (Extracurricular Activities Prefect).
Student councils often serve to engage students in learning about service and leadership. It creates the opportunity for students to become effective leaders, thus encouraging and influencing a positive school climate.
Ms. Rasha ElFaramawy (Enrollment Manager)
This year’s elected student council members: Fatma AlMazrooei (President), Elham Jawaid (Vice President), Alia AlRais (Treasurer) and Rukayah Khediri (Reporter/Secretary)
Meet Ron Packard (left), founder of K12 Inc., and a member of K12’s board of directors.
Mr. Packard plans to form a new company focused on technology-based learning programs. His new venture, which has yet to be named, will be owned by an investor group led by Safanad Limited, a New York and Dubai investment house. K12 will own an initial minority stake of more than 25%. One major difference between the new company and K12 is that the new venture will develop classroom-based digital learning programs internationally
Ron visited DWCHS and had a thorough meeting with Ms. Maya (right) and key members of K12 and DWCHS teams, where he saw how the “blended learning” model works using the K12 high-quality American curriculum.