The exams are over and the birds have flown: our D2s enjoyed an amazing graduation ceremony on Thursday evening at AIM Mall, joined by families, friends and teachers. Their journey through life will now take them beyond ISM to such varied places such as Canada, the United States, Holland, the United Kingdom, Ireland, as well as many more. We wish them well as they move on and hope that they take with them fond memories of their time at ISM Arusha. I would like to thanks all those who helped make the ceremony such a great success, including our guest speaker Mr Tim Davenport. Special mention must go to Mr Reed Anderson, in his first year as Diploma Coordinator, who has ably led the D2s through mock and final examinations, college applications and organised an amazing graduation event. Well done to all.
As we now approach the end of the academic year, we also get ready to celebrate the M5s journey through the MYP programme. Following a very successful work experience week, the M5s will now have a week of events to ready them for entry into the Diploma programme; this will include a service day, a careers symposium and DP taster lessons. Following all this, on Monday 4 June, we will hold a celebration ceremony at 15.00 on campus.
Please note that CCAs will not take place on Monday 4 June, due to the M5 ceremony. Busses will run at 14.30 and all students not involved in the ceremony should leave campus before 15.00.
I wish you all a great weekend,