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Graduation day is here! We will be holding the commencement ceremony for our Grade 12 students on Thursday, 24 May at 16:00 in the Tiyende Pamodzi Theater. It will be followed by a reception on the lawn with cake and light refreshments. This event is open to the entire AISL community. Please come join us as we celebrate this important rite of passage for our students.
Alice in Wonderland! Congratulations to the cast and crew of this year’s Primary School play, Alice in Wonderland. It was a wonderful production featuring a beautiful set, great costumes, more than two dozen songs, and the amazing talent of forty-eight (!) of our primary school scholar-actors. Bravo to the director, Natalie Coombs; assistant director, Elisa Velasco; musical director, Dee Hausman; set designer, Emma Ten-Cate; front of house manager, Jenni Redman; costume designer and photographer, Claire Potts, and the rest of the team for this excellent performance.
Night of the Leopards Sports Awards Ceremony! Congratulations to all of the scholar-athletes who were recognized at this year’s sports awards ceremony on 22 May. The event kicked off with an inspirational speech by our guest speaker, Jahaanvie Walia, a true scholar and a decorated golfer at only age 18. Then Mr. Hoffman celebrated this year’s sports accomplishments achieved by our 60+ teams across 11 sports, which included:
4 ISSEA Championship Titles
5 ISSEA Top-3 Finishes
6 (out of 15 possible) ISSEA Fair Play Awards
3 ISAZ National Titles
15 ISAZ Midlands Titles
2 (out of 7 possible) ISAZ Fair Play Awards
8 LISL Championship Titles
After this presentation, all students who participated in AISL sports this year were called to the stage by team to be recognized. Given that many students play on multiple teams, we recognized almost 900 individual team players, which isn’t bad out of a possible pool of about 400 eligible players! This was a truly spectacular year for AISL sports. Many thanks to Mark Hoffman, Christine Moono, and all the coaches, parents, and students who supported us this year. GO LEOPARDS!