Yearbook 2013-2014
YEARBOOK 2013-2014
Imperial
International
School
Done By
Mr. Mohammad Mossa
Material by: Mr. Khaled Abdulhakim
Designed by...
ACCREDITATION
1
GENERAL SUPERVISOR
Imperial International School is an academic castle aiming at continuous
development under the supervis...
DIRECTOR
We aim at preparing a creative generation who conforms to the time's necessities and is
aware of his society's va...
ACADEMIC PRINCIPAL
The School
PurposeOur aspiration for all of our students is to achieve their highest potential
within o...
MISSION, BELIEFS AND EXPECTATIONS FOR
STUDENT LEARNING
Imperial International School has established a clear, coherent vis...
Beliefs
We believe that:
All students will learn when their needs are the primary focus of all the decisions
impacting the...
EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENT LEARNING
It is our aim to reach with our students a level of education that prepares
them for the...
WASC ACCREDITATION
Dr. David & Dr. Yahia
Grade 12 2012-2013 with Dr. David & Dr.
Yahia
13
ADMINISTRATIVE SECTION
Mr. Ibrahim Abdullah
Accountant
Mr. Abulqadir Jelany
Student affairs
Mr. Yosef Ramadan
Supervisor
M...
OUR TEACHERS
Mr. Sharif Abdulsalam
Mr. Mustafa Mahmoud
Mr. Bassam Eltohamy
Mr. Mahmoud Nosier
Mr. Ahmad Elisawy
Mr. Hani R...
OUR TEACHERS
Mr. Mohammad Mousa
Mr. Ashraf Gad
Mr. Ibrahim Alwakil
Mr. Haitham Adel
Mr. Ayaz Eqbal
16
Mr. Islam
Mohammed
WORKERS
17
DRIVERS & BUSES
18
OUR FACILITIES
19
GRADE 4A
20
GRADE 4B
21
GRADE 5A
22
GRADE 5B
23
GRADE 6
24
GRADE 7
25
GRADE 8
26
GRADE 9
27
GRADE 10
28
GRADE 11
29
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT
MOHAMMED ALNAJAR, ISMAIL ALKHATEEB, WAEL ALMUFTI,
SALMAN ALAWAR, MOHAMMED HAMID, RAMI EL KHATIB,
MOHAMM...
LAST YEARS GRADUATION
Academic Year 2009-2010 Academic Year 2010-
2011
Academic Year 2011-
2012
Academic Year 2012-2013
23...
32
ADVANCED WORKSHOP IN DAR JANA
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
33
GREAT ACHIEVEMENT
BY Mr. ABDULQADER
Electronic file
34
HONORING DISTINGUISHED
TEACHERS
35
PARENTS MEETING
36
HONORING DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS
37
PRESENTATIONS
38
PRESENTATIONS
39
PROJECTS
40
PROJECTS
41
CLASS VISITS
42
FUTURE GENERATION
43
TRIPS
44
TRIP TO AL-BAHRAIN KINGDOM
45
TRIP TO AL-SHALAL
46
TRIP TO MAKKAH
47
NATIONAL DAY
48
49
50
SPORT
51
DONE BY THE STUDENTS
52
DONE BY THE STUDENTS
53
DONE BY THE STUDENTS
54
DONE BY THE STUDENTS
55
DONE BY THE STUDENTS
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DONE BY THE STUDENTS
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DONE BY THE STUDENTS
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DONE BY THE STUDENTS
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DONE BY THE STUDENTS
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DONE BY THE STUDENTS
61
DONE BY STUDENTS
62
GRADE 12
63
YEAR ACADEMY 2013-2014
64
WORDS TO REMEMBER
65
CURRICULUM
Grade 4 Books
1 Reading Wonders G4
Pack (6 books)
2 French + WB
3 Arabic
4 Saudi Culture
5 My Math 5 (Volume 1&...
CURRICULUM
Grade 7 Books
1 Literature G8
2 Grammar for Writing
shop B
3 Vocabulary Work shop
B
4 French + WB
5 Arabic
6 Sa...
CURRICULUM
Grade 9 Books
1 Literature G10
2 Grammar for Writing
Blue
3 Vocabulary Work shop
D
4 French + WB
5 Arabic
6 Sau...
CURRICULUM
Grade 11 Books
1 Jamestown American
Literature
2 Grammar for Writing
orange
3 Vocabulary Work shop
F
4 Arabic
5...
Grade 12 Books
1 Jamestown British
Literature
2 Grammar for Writing
Gold
3 Vocabulary Work shop G
4 Arabic
5 Pre-Calculus
...
What is the Importance of English Language
in this Modern World?
Mr. Bassam EL-Tohamy
English Coordinator
English is more ...
72
73
Thanks and appreciation
I would like to thank and appreciate everyone who
has supported and helped me in completing this
w...
Created by Google
map
Facebook Group : imperial international school academic affairs boys' section
https://www.facebook.c...
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  1. 1. Yearbook 2013-2014
  2. 2. YEARBOOK 2013-2014 Imperial International School Done By Mr. Mohammad Mossa Material by: Mr. Khaled Abdulhakim Designed by: Mrs. Fawzya AL-Hilaly Mr. Khaled Abdulhakim Mr. Mohammad Mossa
  3. 3. ACCREDITATION 1
  4. 4. GENERAL SUPERVISOR Imperial International School is an academic castle aiming at continuous development under the supervision if Elite Development International Company for the international accreditations which allow students to join all the international universities. I've had the privilege to work with distinguished staff having wonderful support from the owners. I hope much progress for the school. Mrs. Fawzya Al-Helali 2 7
  5. 5. DIRECTOR We aim at preparing a creative generation who conforms to the time's necessities and is aware of his society's values, his own rights and duties through an effective society's partnership. We do our best to prepare a permanent developmental ability to raise the employees' efficiency. We plant the values which persuade the student to behave properly towards himself and his society. Mr. Nabil Tayab 8
  6. 6. ACADEMIC PRINCIPAL The School PurposeOur aspiration for all of our students is to achieve their highest potential within our rigorous and challenging g curriculum. We promote successful integration into an increasingly technological, complex, and diverse world. We challenge our students to become concerned, knowledgeable citizens who actively participate in preserving and improving the global community. In order to see this vision through, Imperial International School strives to provide a high level of intellectual, social and personal growth in each individual. We focus on all students, so no child will be left behind. All students will have the opportunity to: Acquire a common core of broad and diverse knowledge Demonstrate critical thinking, problem-solving, research, and technological skills Demonstrate effective communications skills Work cooperatively and effectively with others Explore educational and career opportunities 9
  7. 7. MISSION, BELIEFS AND EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENT LEARNING Imperial International School has established a clear, coherent vision of what students should know and achieve. It is based upon high quality standards and is congruent with research, practices, the student/community profile data, and a belief that all students can learn. We educate every student to excel and contribute in a global society. Vision To encourage life-long learners to be responsible citizens in an ever-changing technological world Mission Imperial International School is a community whose members inspire one another to learn, work and play in an atmosphere of collaboration and respect while ethically preparing for a global society. 10
  8. 8. Beliefs We believe that: All students will learn when their needs are the primary focus of all the decisions impacting the work of the school. Our curriculum offers these students a myriad of approaches from which to learn. Teachers provide a variety of learning activities that accommodate differences in learning needs. A safe and physically comfortable learning atmosphere promotes student learning. The integration of technology into the curriculum is essential for providing students with skills to become global citizens. A student’s self-esteem is enhanced by the mutual trust and positive relationships developed within the school community. Students will become confident, self-directed, independent learners when they are actively engaged in the learning process. Students need to apply their learning in meaningful contexts and be able to demonstrate their understanding of essential knowledge and skills using a variety of assessment tools. Slogan Together for a Brighter Future Philosophy Imperial International School dedicates its efforts to the intellectual, cultural, and social growth of each student. The school strives to create a flexible but controlled environment that encourages creativity, self-discipline, and motivation to learn. The curriculum aims at developing strong academic skills in critical thinking, reading, writing, mathematics, and science. Academic studies also include Islamic Studies, Social Studies, Arabic, French, Computer Skills, Art and Physical Education. 11
  9. 9. EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENT LEARNING It is our aim to reach with our students a level of education that prepares them for the real world and makes them learners for life. We also aim to refine their education through the fine arts. We will strive to work together, administration, teachers, students and parents for brighter future. Academic Committee was elected to develop the expected school-wide learning results. Increase the English classes (writing skills) The English program designed to expand each student ability to communicate effectively through reading, writing, speaking and listening (Ongoing yearly). Organize competitions in writing skills. Offer AP calculus classes as elective course (2013-2014). Offer after school SAT classes, offer AP classes in Chemistry, Physics and Biology for Grade 11& 12 students in both section (2013-2014). Tailor the curriculum to meet the students’ needs. Schedule student training courses for presentation skills. Schedule a department meeting every week for training and teaching. Schedule a professional day for training and teaching (every term) Provide professional training by external trainers (if possible). Basic topics for training (2012-2013). •Learning Styles •Creative Teaching •Lesson Planning •Preparation Writing •Testing Writing •Assessment •Learning Disabilities •Train Teachers on Using Technology •High School Programs •Classroom Management •Use Ongoing Assessment Mr. Khaled Abdulhakim 12
  10. 10. WASC ACCREDITATION Dr. David & Dr. Yahia Grade 12 2012-2013 with Dr. David & Dr. Yahia 13
  11. 11. ADMINISTRATIVE SECTION Mr. Ibrahim Abdullah Accountant Mr. Abulqadir Jelany Student affairs Mr. Yosef Ramadan Supervisor Mr. Hani Al-Gahany Supervisor Mr. Mahmoud Al-wahib Receptionist Mr. Sami Khaled Maintenance MR. NABIL AL-TAIB Director MR. KHALED ABDULHAKIM Academic Principal MRS. FAWZIA AL-HELAY GENERAL SUPERVISOR 14
  12. 12. OUR TEACHERS Mr. Sharif Abdulsalam Mr. Mustafa Mahmoud Mr. Bassam Eltohamy Mr. Mahmoud Nosier Mr. Ahmad Elisawy Mr. Hani Rizq 15
  13. 13. OUR TEACHERS Mr. Mohammad Mousa Mr. Ashraf Gad Mr. Ibrahim Alwakil Mr. Haitham Adel Mr. Ayaz Eqbal 16 Mr. Islam Mohammed
  14. 14. WORKERS 17
  15. 15. DRIVERS & BUSES 18
  16. 16. OUR FACILITIES 19
  17. 17. GRADE 4A 20
  18. 18. GRADE 4B 21
  19. 19. GRADE 5A 22
  20. 20. GRADE 5B 23
  21. 21. GRADE 6 24
  22. 22. GRADE 7 25
  23. 23. GRADE 8 26
  24. 24. GRADE 9 27
  25. 25. GRADE 10 28
  26. 26. GRADE 11 29
  27. 27. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT MOHAMMED ALNAJAR, ISMAIL ALKHATEEB, WAEL ALMUFTI, SALMAN ALAWAR, MOHAMMED HAMID, RAMI EL KHATIB, MOHAMMED EL SHEHRI, MAKI AHMAD, AAMER ABDUL REHMAN, FAHD AL FALEH, SABITH MAMOON, MOHAAMED ABDEEN, ABD ALLA GASIM, ABDULLA HASSAN, OMAR MOHAMMED,TAREK AL-ANESI, RAFEQ ABUALJADAYEL , FAISAL NAZEIH, HASAN ADNAN GRADE 12 30
  28. 28. LAST YEARS GRADUATION Academic Year 2009-2010 Academic Year 2010- 2011 Academic Year 2011- 2012 Academic Year 2012-2013 23 31
  29. 29. 32
  30. 30. ADVANCED WORKSHOP IN DAR JANA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 33
  31. 31. GREAT ACHIEVEMENT BY Mr. ABDULQADER Electronic file 34
  32. 32. HONORING DISTINGUISHED TEACHERS 35
  33. 33. PARENTS MEETING 36
  34. 34. HONORING DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS 37
  35. 35. PRESENTATIONS 38
  36. 36. PRESENTATIONS 39
  37. 37. PROJECTS 40
  38. 38. PROJECTS 41
  39. 39. CLASS VISITS 42
  40. 40. FUTURE GENERATION 43
  41. 41. TRIPS 44
  42. 42. TRIP TO AL-BAHRAIN KINGDOM 45
  43. 43. TRIP TO AL-SHALAL 46
  44. 44. TRIP TO MAKKAH 47
  45. 45. NATIONAL DAY 48
  46. 46. 49
  47. 47. 50
  48. 48. SPORT 51
  49. 49. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 52
  50. 50. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 53
  51. 51. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 54
  52. 52. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 55
  53. 53. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 56
  54. 54. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 57
  55. 55. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 58
  56. 56. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 59
  57. 57. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 60
  58. 58. DONE BY THE STUDENTS 61
  59. 59. DONE BY STUDENTS 62
  60. 60. GRADE 12 63
  61. 61. YEAR ACADEMY 2013-2014 64
  62. 62. WORDS TO REMEMBER 65
  63. 63. CURRICULUM Grade 4 Books 1 Reading Wonders G4 Pack (6 books) 2 French + WB 3 Arabic 4 Saudi Culture 5 My Math 5 (Volume 1&2) 6 Global Citizens 1 7 A Closer look Science G4 + WB 8 Islamic 9 Digital Kids 10 Stationary & Booklets Grade 5 Books 1 Reading Wonders G5 Pack (6 books) 2 French + WB 3 Arabic 4 Saudi Culture 5 My Math Course 1 (Volume 1&2) 6 Global Citizens 2 7 A Closer look Science G5 + WB 8 Islamic 9 Digital Kids 10 Stationary & Booklets 66
  64. 64. CURRICULUM Grade 7 Books 1 Literature G8 2 Grammar for Writing shop B 3 Vocabulary Work shop B 4 French + WB 5 Arabic 6 Saudi Culture 7 Pre- Algebra + Practice book 8 Exploring Our Word Western 9 Integrated Science Course 2 10 Islamic 11 Digital Teens 1 12 Stationary & Booklets Grade 6 Books 1 Reading Wonders G6 Pack (5 books) 2 Vocabulary Work shop A 3 French + WB 4 Arabic 5 Saudi Culture 6 My Math Course 2 (Volume 1&2) 7 Global Citizens 3 8 A Closer look Science G6 + WB 9 Islamic 10 Digital Kids 11 Stationary & Booklets 67
  65. 65. CURRICULUM Grade 9 Books 1 Literature G10 2 Grammar for Writing Blue 3 Vocabulary Work shop D 4 French + WB 5 Arabic 6 Saudi Culture 7 Algebra 1 + Practice book 8 Geometry + Practice book 9 Physical Science 10 Islamic 11 World Geography & cultures 12 Stationary & Booklets Grade 8 Books 1 Literature G9 2 Grammar for Writing Yellow 3 Vocabulary Work shop C 4 French + WB 5 Arabic 6 Saudi Culture 7 Algebra 1 + Practice book 8 Exploring Our Word Eastern 9 Integrated Science Course 3 10 Islamic 11 Digital Teens 2 12 Stationary & Booklets 68
  66. 66. CURRICULUM Grade 11 Books 1 Jamestown American Literature 2 Grammar for Writing orange 3 Vocabulary Work shop F 4 Arabic 5 Algebra 2 + Practice book 6 Saudi Culture 7 Pre-Calculus 8 Chemistry 9 French + WB 10 Islamic 11 Discovering our Past 12 Stationary & Booklets Grade 10 Books 1 Jamestown word Literature 2 Grammar for Writing 3 Vocabulary Work shop E 4 French + WB 5 Arabic 6 Saudi Culture 7 Geometry + Practice book 8 Algebra 2 + Practice book 9 World Geography & cultures 10 Biology 11 Islamic 12 Business (elective) 13 Stationary & Booklets 69
  67. 67. Grade 12 Books 1 Jamestown British Literature 2 Grammar for Writing Gold 3 Vocabulary Work shop G 4 Arabic 5 Pre-Calculus 6 Physics 7 Economics American republic 8 Business (elective) 9 Saudi Culture 10 French + WB 11 Islamic 12 Stationary & Booklets CURRICULUM 70
  68. 68. What is the Importance of English Language in this Modern World? Mr. Bassam EL-Tohamy English Coordinator English is more and more popular in the world. It attracts people due to the interesting in its tune and structure. However, beside the tune and the structure , this language is learned and studied by a higher number of people with every passing day because of its importance in this modern world: a mean to communicate and to create a greater opportunity for a job. The first importance of English language is that it is a mean to communicate in the interconnected and interdependent world. Nowadays, English is called International Language and it is also the second language of many countries in the world. Therefore, we can realize the importance in communication of this language. When we know English, we can come to and communicate with the citizens of most of counties in this globe, without any confusion in expressing our feelings and thinking. The other importance of the language is that it create a greater opportunity for a job. As we know, in this modern world, businesses are targeting at qualities of employees; and, knowing English is one of those qualities. Consequently, if we know English and good at it, we will have more chances to get a job. Moreover, with an enough amount of knowledge in English, the possibility of promotion in position is even higher. In brief, we can not deny the importance of English language in this modern world. This language helps us to express thinking and feelings, to talk, to exchange views, and to contract between person and person though wherever we live. Furthermore, in the world that English is considered as the main language, English is now taking an importance part in the chance to take a job. Hence, we can predict that English language will continue to develop and bring us more advantages in the near future; and, maybe someday, English will be the only language in the world. 71
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  71. 71. Thanks and appreciation I would like to thank and appreciate everyone who has supported and helped me in completing this work. A special thanks to Mrs Fawzia for her help and her ideas that play an important role in the completion of this work. Also,thanks to Mr. Nabil who encouraged me a lot .Now,Mr. Khalid: there are no words that can express my feelings for his effort and his work to complete this book. All thanks and appreciation to all of you distinguished teachers. Finally, I wish you all, my sons, students excellence and success. Mr. Mohammad Mossa m.daradkh80@gmail.com 74
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