ADNOC Schools celebrate the graduation of class of 2019

This month, ADNOC Schools celebrated the graduation of the class of 2019 across its Sas Al Nakhl, Al Ruwais, and Madinat Zayed campuses, marking the significant transition in the lives of the students, as they continue their onward academic and personal journey.
Driven by an experienced leadership team, led by Aldar Academies, the campuses displayed impressive academic performances, reinforcing ADNOC Schools’ mission to deliver a world-class, STEM-focused education. Over the past year, ADNOC introduced a range of exceptional educational programs including LEGO Education and the Kumon Learning Programme, which helped enhance the teaching and learning outcomes. This marked another milestone in ADNOC Schools’ continued progress, and underlined the vision for the future of the UAE’s knowledge economy.

Sas Al Nakhl

On June 16, 2019, the Sas Al Nakhl campus hosted the 10th graduation ceremony for their class of 2019 at the National Theatre Abu Dhabi, marking the significant moment of transition in the lives of the 145 grade 12 graduates. A big day for Principal Dr. Kate Sutton Jones, the ceremony was led by Ghannam Al Mazrouei Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Sahar Copeer CEO Aldar Education, highlighting the academic accomplishments of all students, as well as teachers, supervisors and staff members, who paved the way for the success of all graduates. We’d like to extend a heartfelt congratulations to Alreem Abdulla Abdulrahman Al-Ali and Abdulla Khalifa Youssef Mohamed Ali AlMarzooqi for their well-deserved recognition in their pursuit for excellence in their academic journey. Driven by the success of ADNOC Schools’ STEAM-focused education, the outgoing cohort of graduates displayed incredible potential to contribute to the fast-paced globalised society of tomorrow, as well-rounded future leaders.

Al Ruwais

On June 19, 2019, class of 2019 at Ruwais campus marked an exciting new chapter in their young lives with the graduation ceremony. With a bright future ahead, we say huge congratulations to valedictorians Mohammad Shafeh Ulhaq and Diane Quitain for their remarkable final year performance, reflecting the school’s uncompromising standards of educational practices. While we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating cohort, it is important to note that this success is shared by the incredible teachers, staff and supervisors who worked tirelessly to help bring this day to fruition. We’d like to thank Acting Principal Karen Dana, whose dedication to creating an experiential education has been awe-inspiring, and whose guidance has helped shape the school’s highly relevant, world-class framework for education.

Madinat Zayed

On 20 June 2019, we hosted Madinat Zayed’s first ever graduation ceremony. On the grand occasion, the school’s auditorium was adorned with white roses as the 47 graduates donned in blue and gold gowns proudly, proudly marched to the tune of ‘pomp and circumstance’. The journey that led to the 2019 graduation ceremony was paved by Madinat Zayed Campus’s on-going efforts to ensure our graduates continue their educational journey at a leading higher educational institute. We’d like to congratulate May Sultan Al Mansoori, who was named Valedictorian for Class of 2019, and Sultan Salem Mohamed Al Mazrouei who received an ‘Outstanding Achievement Award’ for their incredible academic achievements.

We’d like to thank the incredible teachers, staff and supervisors who worked tirelessly to help our graduates hone their talents, display higher academic achievements and reach personal goals. On behalf of everyone at ADNOC Schools, we thank you for being such wonderful ambassadors for our community.