Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Sunday congratulated the Grade 12 students in the UAE on their graduation, appreciating the outstanding achievement of the top-performing students in the 2020-2021 academic year.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid said on Twitter, “We congratulate our sons and daughters from the high school students on their graduation and we appreciate the top-achievers among them.”
“We thank the educational sector for overcoming an unusual academic year and we look forward to more progress, God willing,” Sheikh Mohammed added.
Sheikh Mohammed attached a list of the top performing students for 2020-2021.
The top performing students for government schools are:
• Hind Mohammed Hassan Abdullah Al Janahi, Elite Stream, Al Salam High School (girls) – Dubai
• Raghad Mo’ayed Asa’ad Danawi, Advanced Stream, Qatrr Al Nada High School-Abu Dhabi
• Fatema Saleh Salem Al Shaamaly, General Stream, Mareya Al-Qebteya Girls School for Secondary Education-Dubai
The top performing students for applied technology high school are:
• Abdulrahman Waleed Rashid Al Sharhan Al Nuaimi, Elite Stream, Institute of Applied Technology Ras Al Khaimah
• Mira Ali Saleh Al Suwailah Al Zaabi, Advanced Stream, Institute of Applied Technology Falaj Al Mualla- Umm Al Quwain
The top performing students for private schools are:
• Sheikha Mohammed Sultan Ahmad, General Stream, Al Hikmah Private School- Ajman
• Rahaf Mushtaq Jabbar Al Dulaimi, Advanced Stream, Vision Private School-Abu Dhabi.
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Sheikh Mohammed tweets a video to congratulate students, teachers and parents for completing their academic year successfully during this unprecedented times.
Sheikh Mohammed said, “I learned from the Ministers of Education about the latest preparations for the start of the next academic year... We look forward to a safe start and in accordance with the best safety standards for more than a million students within the education system in the Emirates.”
Sheikh Mohammed tweeted, “Today, we concluded the Arab Reading Challenge competition in its fifth session… Despite the Corona pandemic, 21 million students participated with us in 96 thousand schools from 52 countries…"
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