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- ISC-Doha Student Earns Highest Mark in Qatar on IGCSE Exam
- Students Promote SABIS® On-Demand Tutoring at ISC-Erbil
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ISC-Abu Dhabi Student Wins Big at International Gymnastics Meet
Medal winning Hala Mouhanna, a Grade 5 student at the International School of Choueifat – Abu Dhabi (ISC-Abu Dhabi), a SABIS® Network School, successfully participated in the IGI Chicago Style Meet for Gymnastics from February 12 to February 14, 2016, in Chicago, U.S.
The IGI Chicago Style Meets is the largest women’s gymnastics invitational meet in the world and a highly respected competition with competitors from around the world. Hala’s interest and talent lies in the artistic divisions of the competition, which include vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor.
Hala Mouhana participated in the Senior A-group, Level 3, and left the competition with five medals, one for each event she participated in and one for her all-around score. Hala Mouhanna’s passion for gymnastics is admirable and one which is fostered at ISC-Abu Dhabi, where she is part of the gymnastics team and at Little Stars Gymnastics Club, where she practices for 3-4 hours a week.
Student participation in extracurricular activities, such as sports, is encouraged in schools throughout the SABIS® Network. By encouraging students to explore a wide range of interests and promoting the development of students’ individual talents, SABIS® Network schools help ensure that students acquire a broad range of skills and experiences.
For more information about ISC-Abu Dhabi, visit iscabudhabi.sabis.net.