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ESF holds 50th Annual Graduation ceremony
June 10, 2018, 12:50 pm

The 50th Annual Graduation and Sixth Form prize-giving at the English School Fahaheel (ESF) was once again held with great fanfare at the Grand Hashemi Ballroom at the Radisson Blu Hotel. Graduates and hundreds of guests thoroughly enjoyed an evening that saw prizes handed out to students of Years 12 and 13 by the Chief Guests, the Ambassador of Great Britain H.E. Michael Davenport, and the Ambassador of India H.E. K. Jeeva Sagar, in the presence of the Chairperson of ESF Jasmin Shuhaiber.

The evening was also attended by their excellencies, the Ambassador of The Netherlands and the Ambassador of South Africa, as well as prominent Kuwaiti artist Thuraya Baqsami, parents and many special guests.

The Marketing and PR Manager at ESF, Adeeb Shuhaiber, welcomed the guests to the special event. This was followed by speeches from Mrs. Shuhaiber, the Head of Sixth Form Judith Ashton and the Head Principal Russell Dunlop. Upper School Principal Steve Dickens also addressed the graduates.

This year’s International Student award went to Year 12 student Loana Birlan.

Following the prize-giving Ambassador Davenport gave the graduates a very inspirational speech on his academic experiences and on the students’ future pursuits. This was followed by a very moving speech by the Indian Ambassador.

The evening concluded with words by Deputy Principal Michael Hill, a photo opportunity and a special screening for parents and graduates.


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