DWCHS is Going Green!

“Thumbs Up”

DWCHS students and staff are going “GREEN” and we’re becoming more and more Eco-friendly.

DWC High School students visit Dubai Senior’s Home



Our students visited the Seniors Home in Dubai. They shared some gifts with the residents there and they definitely put a smile on every resident’s face.

DWC High School students contribute funds to Pink Caravan


We visited the Pink Caravan, responsible for helping breast cancer patients residing in the UAE, to deliver the donation we raised through our Bake Sale on October 31st, 2013.

In the pictures, (left-to-right): Hessa Jaber, Rodha Obaid (Grade 11), Dr, Sawsan (FOCP Secretary General), Rasha ElFaramawy (DWCHS Marketing Coordinator) and Afra AlReyami (Grade 11). For a look back at the bake sale, click here.

Honors Certificates-Semester One

Students who Aced their first semester grades received recognition and certificates for their effort. Additionally, students who volunteered during their Winter Break in both Senses Center and SMCCU received their internship certificates. Congratulations, ladies!

Ron Packard, founder of K12, visits DWCHS/ Dubai


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.

DWCHS students attend annual KHDA “WhatWorks” seminar

1536541_624287437608632_833686746_nFive of our students are currently at the Zayed University volunteering in many different tasks in the KHDA annual seminar “WhatWorks”, where educational leaders, teachers, administrators from different schools come together to discuss and share their experience, educational philosophies and best practice.

As always, we’re so proud of our students:)400593_627098867327489_609623000_n


Blended Learning from a student perspective

Yasmine and Dana are 12th grade students at DWC High School. In this segment, they talk about the personal responsibility that the blended learning model promotes.