Events

  • Arabic Calligraphy

    By Layan Halabi (12-E)

    I love to draw. I love to create shapes and make them into works of art. I love to solve and construct drawings for hours. I love to look at drawings of other creators and learn new ways to become better. I love color, patterns and a sense of style. Art is what I love. Duo, pair, team, these are words I can easily identify with. As a child, I drew comics with my friends and we created compelling story lines with our imaginations.

  • News

    Dear Mothers,

    The staff and administration of Middle School graciously and cordially invite you to celebrate a day of festivity and fervor. Students of Grades 4 and 5 are exuberant and anxious to portray their talents. We eagerly await to welcome you to witness the International Day Event for Middle School Girls.

    Date: Wednesday, November, 28, 2018.

    Time: From 10:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

    Venue: Princess Jawaher Auditorium

  • News

    Dear Mothers,

    The staff and administration of Middle School graciously and cordially invite you to celebrate a day of festivity and fervor. Students of Grades 6, 7 and 8 are exuberant and anxious to portray their talents. We eagerly await to welcome you to witness the International Day Event for Middle School Girls.

    Date: Thursday, November, 29, 2018.

    Time: From 10:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

    Venue: Princess Jawaher Auditorium

  • News

    Dear Mothers,

    The staff and administration of Senior School graciously and cordially invite you to celebrate a day of festivity and fervor. Students of Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 are exuberant and anxious to portray their talents. We eagerly await to welcome you to witness the International Day Event for Senior School Girls.

    Date: Thursday, December 6, 2018.

    Time: From 11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.

    Venue: Princess Jawaher Auditorium

  • January Riddles

    By Angelo Jerome Reynante (10-D)

    1. If two is a company and three is a crowd. What is four and five? - Nine.

    2. What goes through towns and over hills but never moves? - Roads.

    3. What is a snowman’s favorite cereal? - Frosted Flakes.

    4. I can be cracked, I can be made. I can be told, I can be played. What am I? - A joke.

    5. What has hands but can’t pick up anything? - A clock.

    6. Which word contains all 26 letters but only three syllables? - Alphabet.

  • News & Announcements

    Journey Through History

    Dear Mothers,

    Come join us on a journey to explore some of the fascinating scientific and technological inventions of Muslim Scientists that are still being used throughout the world today.

  • Drawings

    By Wagd Atef (7-I)

    “Your whole life is a search for beauty. But, when the beauty is found inside, the search ends and a beautiful journey begins.- Harshit Walia

    “A hero can be anyone, even a mad doing something as simple and reassuring as putting a coat around a little boy’s shoulder to let him know that the world hadn’t ended.” – Batman

    Source Link: January Newsletter (2018-2019)

  • News

    Dear Parents,

    Thamer International Schools cordially invite you to its L.P.S. and U.P.S. “Open House” that will be held on the dates / time as per the below mentioned schedule:

  • News

    Dear Fathers,

    Thamer International Schools cordially invite you to its Middle School (Grades 4 – 8) “Open House” that will be held on Thursday, Dhu Al Hijjah 26, 1439H. which coincides with September 06, 2018 G. from 4:30 p.m. till 6:30 p.m. We would appreciate it if you are punctual and arrive to your child’s classroom 15 minutes before time.

  • News

    Dear Mothers,

    Thamer International Schools cordially invite you to its Middle school (Grades 4 – 8) “Open House” that will be held on Thursday, Dhu Al Hijjah 26, 1439H. which coincides with September 06, 2018 G. from 4:30 p.m. till 6:30 p.m. We would appreciate it if you are punctual and arrive to your child’s classroom 15 minutes before time.

  • CAIE Registration

    By Ola Omer (10-G)

    “The circus arrives without warning.”The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern has to be one of the most captivating books that I have ever read. The book has an expansive timeline and follows the narrative of two magicians as well as an unspoken rivalry played out over several generations by two delegated pupils, Celia and Marco.

    The two characters are bound into a lifelong challenge, the rules of which have never been made evident to them with a timeframe that exceeds any of their wildest thoughts. The challenge comes in the form of a traveling night circus better known as Le Cirque des Reves. Both Marco and Celia have become passionately entangled with the acts and performances involved as well as inevitably with each other’s capabilities. The circus is an everlasting test of trust. Whether they can transcend the fate that has been written for them without annihilating the circus and themselves becomes the novel’s central question.

  • Miami Florida

    By Saif Hatim (8-E)

    Located in the south tip of Florida, Miami thrives as one of the largest and most popular vacation spot which attracts millions of visitors that add to the city’s population.

    To begin with, Miami has its own unique barrier islands that are a major attraction along with their historical hotels and beaches. Little Havana is the heart of history of the country, because of the Cuban invasion in 1960 that changed the entire look of the place to a much more beautiful city. Although it is popular for its Doral golf fields, it has been somehow repurposed as a land for artists and designers that have turned it even more attractive, with art museums and a place for cultural activities.

  • Mount. Everest

    By Joy Khoury (8-G)

    As I walked through the covers of mist and fog,

    That hide the mountains under.

    Unlike a mother’s warm hug

    It brings fright and wonder.

     

    It was cold and gray

    But for some reason, there was a flower

  • News

    Dear Parents,

    T. I. S. welcomes you on our journey of successfully completing this academic year. Throughout the learning process, our students are not just academically prepared but efficiently trained for a bright future. In order to ensure that our generation next is well equipped for their future endeavors, by putting our hands together, we can earnestly strive to mold our children.

  • Senior School Annual Debate

    By Sabine Sleiman and Zaina Al Qadi (12-D)

    The annual debate is one of the most anticipated events of the year and an academic activity that gives students creative room to express what they feel. The length and breadth of knowledge that they gain through the debate is simply unparalleled. T. I. S. has set the benchmark for conducting activities in such a way that the students not only enjoy but also learn a great deal from it.

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