Friday, September 9, 2016

SLS School students return from abroad

Rawalpindi, Two understudies of Sadeeqa's Learning System (SLS) Montessori and High School as of late returned subsequent to being in the United States for a year under iEarn's Youth Exchange and Study (YES) Program, says a public statement.

Yumna Owais and Maira Asrar, understudies of the SLS, Lalkurti grounds were 16 and 15 years of age individually when they were chosen to burn through one year in the United States as social diplomats of Pakistan.

Yumna lived with the Oliver's family and went to Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland. Aside from examining a various scope of subjects which included Modern American Culture, and Film Making, Yumna was likewise on the school track group, in the theater club and an individual from Churchill Robotics group. She acted as a part at a suicide mindfulness and counteractive action program among the understudy group and finished 100 hours of group administration at an old people home. Yumna had a unique slant towards brandishes and pick Physical Education as a subject. This empowered her to learn bows and arrows, swimming, horseback riding, ice-skating, softball, tennis, and b-ball amongst different games.

Maira was facilitated by the Ochoas' family in Lewis Center, Ohio where she went to Olentangy Orange High School. Maira was a piece of her school's Service Club where they led distinctive group administration exercises for various occasions. She acted as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity (an association that constructs houses for poor individuals) which empowered her to go on an administration trek to South Carolina with her school where she assisted with the ground surface and decking of the houses being fabricated.

Exceeding expectations in Mathematics made her work as a volunteer guide at a secondary school. Maira started the festival of International Education Week at her secondary school and kicked it off by acquainting Pakistan with her host school. She said the best some portion of her stay was that not just did she get the chance to experience American culture additionally Mexican society since her host Dad was Hispanic.

In the most recent decade, SLS School has sent 30 understudies for this concentrate abroad program. Three more understudies will leave for their concentrate abroad this year.