Senior School Girls

  • The SLC Investiture - Thamer International Schools

    By Naama Banaja (12-E)

    The SLC Investiture was an event attended by all SSG students along with teachers to formally initiate the SLC. Mrs. Almas Khot commenced it by giving the audience a brief outline of what they will be expecting to see. The role of the host was successfully fulfilled by Anna Adnan (10-H). After a delightful Quran recitation by Lybah Adnan (11-E), two informative videos were displayed containing descriptions about the seven departments and the former committee’s achievements, artfully prepared by Andrea Reynante (12-E) and Naama Banaja (12-E). Next, Mrs. Almas requested the elected heads and co-heads for each department to take the stage; were presented with our badges and swore our oaths in unison.

  • What to Expect from Term 2? - Thamer International Schools

    By Zaina Al-Qadi (12-D),

    With the new semester comes new opportunities and experiences. While we should reflect on previous successes and failures and use them to our benefit this semester, we should also take every new opportunity that comes our way. With upcoming events, exams, new trips and finally graduation it could be said with certainty that term 2 is more lively and even quite nerve-wracking.

  • Cafeteria Writing - Thamer International Schools

    By Maram Khalid (10-G)

    “A MOMENT TO BREATHE AND RELAX.”

    The new addition to our school is a cafeteria. Once you enter, you can note how lavishly decorated it is. You are first met with the ordering section where foods and drinks are available. After taking a right, there is a seating area where you find multiple lengthy marble tables that can fit a large number of students.

    There are many food and drink choices available for students and teachers to enjoy. Some of the choices given are salads, countless choices of sandwiches, and many other snacks. Not only all that but drinks as well, for example, packed juices, fresh juices, coffee, and tea.

  • TIS SCOOP DAHMUN - Thamer International Schools

    By Lein Akkad (12-E)

    T.I.S will be joining the annual DAHMUN (Dar Al Hekma Model United Nations) for its 2nd year in a row with over 80 students participating.

    This year’s motif is “challenging the status quo- a redefined future” The spirit of MUN is to create awareness and understanding among students from various disciplines and prepare them as Future Global leaders.

    This year’s theme will be featuring the following committees:

    1.) ECOSOC: The Issue of Population Displacement “No one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark.” What makes it so? What is it that makes developed and developing regions struggle to stabilize the population issue? This summit shall discuss how to resolve the problem once and for all.

  • TIS SCOOP - Joys of Jogging - Thamer International Schools

    By Anna Adnan (10-H)

    Why Start Jogging?

    Physical Benefits:

    - Anyone can do it to easily lose weight.

    - Regular Toggers are far less likely to die prematurely than non-joggers.

    - Run easily without sweating.

    - It is free and you can do it anywhere

  • Senior School Girl’s Drama Play - Thamer International Schools

    By Lama Qurashi (12-E),

    On January 29th of 2019, the entire senior school department (girls) of Thamer International School were invited to watch a performance conducted by the 9th and 10th First Language English students who worked effortlessly for two months to produce a masterpiece that would amaze the crowd. The play was announced to take place in the last two sessions, filling the students up with excitement and anticipation for what was to come.

  • Save the Environment - Thamer International Schools

    By Mayar Medhat (10-H)

    Save the Environment Day is an event hosted with the aim of creating a recreational form of education and has been constructed by none other than the 12th graders of the girls section. Backed by the Biology department, the occasion’s motive is to effectively raise awareness regarding our planet.

    The special day will showcase emotional performances, hilarious plays as well as a heartwarming theatrical performance. The hardworking batch will watch their exertion and effort unfold as a trashion show is rolled out, documentary displayed, and speeches are given.

  • The Woman Who Came To Dinner - Thamer International Schools

    By Dania Al Amoudi (10-H),

    The First Language English students of the ninth and tenth grade are collaborating to host and proudly produce the annual school play which will be performed during the school day. "The Woman who came to Dinner" is a story of a well-known writer who embarks on a "journey" of comedically barging in and staying within an innocent family's home, thus taking advantage of their hospitality.

  • TIS SCOOP Wake Up Wednesday - Thamer International Schools

    By Naama Banaja (12-D),

    Wake Up Wednesday is a weekly radio segment that replaces the mundane power-points with something that’s more motivating and energizing.

    It was conceptualized and begun by the SLC heads with a nudge from their English teacher. The topics vary every week and also depends on which department is taking the helm. For example, the first broadcast was taken over by the C&I whose topic of choice was to remind the seniors of their university deadlines and for the younger batches to be prepared earlier. I personally helped with the technical aspects on both broadcast by playing or arranging any media file needed. This project has received mixed reviews, but mostly positive especially from the staff, students, and the head of Senior School herself.

  • Wearing the Abaya and Veil - Thamer International Schools

    Dear Parents,

    The administration of Thamer International Schools wishes the students a successful academic year and would like to remind them of the regulations of the Government of Saudi Arabia as well as the directives of the Ministry of Education in wearing an (abaya) and a veil when entering and leaving the school campus. In case of violation, the administration is entitled to take an appropriate action.

  • Welcome Back to Senior School - Thamer International Schools

    Thamer International School extends a very warm welcome to all its patrons, parents and students to the new academic year, 2017-2018. We look forward to an eventful year filled with new highs and greater benchmarks to attain. This academic year, T. I. S. would like to collaborate with parents just as much to realize its motto of, “Students First”. Let this academic year be an innovative learning experience where the school staff and parents join forces collectively to achieve our primary vision of delivering a unique learning experience to our students. The school envisions application of new teaching and learning techniques with renewed enthusiasm to strive towards this goal.

  • Welcome Back to Senior School (2018-2019) - Thamer International Schools

    Dear Parents,

    Senior School extends a very warm welcome to one and all. Reflecting back on the year gone by, T. I. S. is very proud of the achievements and milestones conquered. As a constant effort to realize our vision and taking curriculum enrichment to another level, inductive learning is highly endorsed at T. I. S., and this academic year saw rigorous efforts on various levels to enhance Project Based Learning. Consequently, the goal was attained with resultant outcome in the form of outstanding projects and events. This accomplishment has definitely been a striving factor to incorporate more inductive methods in the coming year to ensure our pupils get the unique learning experience T. I. S. envisions.

  • Welcome Back to Senior School (2019-2020) - Thamer International Schools

    Dear Parents,

    Senior School extends a very warm welcome to one and all. Reflecting back on the year gone by, T. I. S. is very proud of the achievements and milestones conquered. As a constant effort to realize our vision and taking curriculum enrichment to another level, last academic year saw rigorous efforts on various levels to enhance and implement Project Based Learning. Consequently, the goal was attained with resultant outcome in the form of outstanding projects and events executed successfully by the students. These accomplishments have definitely been a striving factor to incorporate more inductive methods in the coming year to ensure our pupils get the unique learning experience T. I. S. envisions and hence, this year aims to inculcate Research based learning as a new sphere.

  • That is the SLC - Thamer International Schools

    By Rima Rabie Aladib (12-D)

    It’s that time of the year again, where we get back into our academic routines and re-integrate school into our life. To ease the stress of your high school life, the batch of 2018 founded the SLC (Student Leadership Community). The SLC was specifically created to help the students feel more involved in school decisions and activities and I am confident to say that we will achieve great things this year, perhaps even more than we previously did.

    Most of the members would agree that the SLC has helped them one way or another, from overcoming extreme stage fright to making new friends and finally combining to create a tiny community for ourselves. Not only is this experience an asset for your college application but for your personal life too!

  • Women Empowerment Poem - Thamer International Schools

    By Jana Ahmed El-Sayed Nabawy (9-H),

    The sun is bright

    And the birds are flying

    As they gently chirp

    A woman notices