Awards Assemblies | Congratulations

Congratulations to our recipients of the Principal’s and Director’s Honor Roll Awards.   At LIS, we recognize that excellence comes in many forms and wish to celebrate the commitment and effort of our learners for their academic achievement this semester.

  • The Principal’s Honor Roll Award. Awarded to students who achieve grades of 5, 6, or 7 in all their subjects for the semester.
  • The Director’s Honor Roll Award. Awarded to students who achieve grades of 6 and/or 7 in all subjects for the semester (with one grade of 5 allowed).

Year 9 RecipientsYear 8 Recipients
Year 7 Recipients
Year 11 Recipients

Year 10 Recipients

Diploma Recipients

Congratulations to our learners

 

PicMonkey Collage2In the last few weeks, we have held two assemblies in secondary celebrating the achievements of our students in a variety of areas.  The clear message was that sustained effort and commitment enable all of us to reach our potential.

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Join me in congratulating our students who have demonstrated academic excellence during the first half of this school year.  Well done!

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Congratulations on your academic excellence

Last week, the secondary section celebrated our year 7 to 13 students who demonstrated academic excellence on their first semester reports. In order to achieve the Principal’s Award, a student must achieve an IB grade of 5, 6 or 7 in all subject areas. In order to achieve the Director’s Award, a student must a achieve IB grades of 6 or 7, with no more than one grade of 5.

Congratulations to all those who were recognized for their academic excellence at our awards assembly.

Celebrating academic achievement in years 10, 11, 12 & 13

Last Thursday at our secondary assembly, we celebrated our year 10, 11, 12 and 13 students who have demonstrated academic achievement this semester.  We had 16 students receive the Principal’s Award, presented by Ms Nicole.  These students received only grades of 5, 6 or 7 on their semester report.

We also had 10 students receive the Director’s Award, presented by Mr. Baron.  These students had only grades of 6 or 7 on their semester reports with the maximum of one 5. Mr. Baron joined us to deliver a very funny speech about his two mini-personalities and how they each talked to him as he grew up. It was meant to motivate the students! Be sure to ask your children about it…