Qatar Foundation (QF), for the second year, will celebrate its school graduates in a ceremony at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) on Monday.

The event will highlight the academic journeys of 290 students from seven schools, emphasising the importance of social responsibility and the impact these graduates will have both locally and globally.

Graduating from Qatar Academy Doha brings a mix of emotions for Ahmed Hamada.

“I’m proud of my achievements and excited for the future,” he said. “I engaged in numerous initiatives and activities, including representing the football team, participating in Model United Nations, volunteering for various charitable causes, and competing in academic contests.”

“These experiences developed a range of specific skills and enhanced my teamwork, leadership, time management, and communication abilities,” Hamada added.

"Graduating from Awsaj Academy makes me so happy! I loved my time at school, but I'm excited to graduate,” said Lulwah Ahmed al-Shafi’i. “I enjoyed studying, especially math and reading. Solving problems and reading stories were my favourite parts of the school day."

"This milestone marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in my life,” Jaber Hamad al-Braidi of Qatar Leadership Academy remarked. “Living on campus allowed me to fully immerse myself in the learning environment and develop numerous leadership skills.”

“The school’s approach, focusing on enhancing our personality and skills, encouraged us to be independent and resilient,” he added. “This experience has made me much stronger and more confident."

"The diverse range of options available at school has significantly broadened my perspective on many subjects, which has led me to pursue Petroleum Engineering at Hamad Bin Khalifa University,” said Moza Mohamed al-Mohannadi of Qatar Academy Al Khor. “I have gained a wealth of knowledge at school, for which I am immensely grateful.”

“The environment allowed me to freely express my opinions, and the invaluable support from my teachers and classmates has had a positive impact on shaping my personality,” she added.

"Graduating after 12 years of hard work is an indescribable feeling,” Fai Yasser al-Bolosi of Qatar Academy Al Wakrah noted. “It's a proud accomplishment not just for me, but also for my family, especially my parents.”

“Their support and encouragement have been my motivation, and this achievement feels like a collective success for us all,” he added.

"It's a wonderful feeling to graduate after 12 years of study and effort,” said Bader al-Qassas of Qatar Academy Sidra. “I'm proud and happy to reach this milestone.”

“My teachers were more than just educators; they were like family, always encouraging and helping me, even beyond school hours,” he said. “Their dedication and genuine care have had a profound impact on my growth and confidence.”

"Graduating brings a mix of emotions. I'm excited to start university and make new friends, but also a bit sad to leave behind the people and memories,” said Mahi Sharma of Qatar Academy for Science and Technology.

“We learned beyond the standard subjects like science, math, and English,” she said. “The curriculum included innovation, where we were given the freedom to use tools and solve problems creatively."
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