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Do schools that have early start times put students’ health at risk?

Do schools that have early start times put students’ health at risk?

Abby-leigh D., Editor

June 8, 2017No Comments

Let's face it, no one likes waking up early for school. We all love a long lie, but now there is a reason to stay in bed for a few extra hours. Adults need 7-8 hours hour of sleep...

Water Wars

Water Wars

Jon Netzler, Adviser

May 22, 2017No Comments

Approximately 25 students in grades six, seven and eight had an opportunity to have fun and beat the heat with some spirited, friendly water games after school on Wednesday, March 10 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. The Middle School Student Council served root beer floats, popcorn, and candy and students played Water Tag and Water Capture the Flag.

ISG JUBAIL’S NEW SCHOOL PROJECT IS PUT ON HOLD

ISG JUBAIL’S NEW SCHOOL PROJECT IS PUT ON HOLD

May 14, 2017No Comments

ISG Jubail’s new school project has been “put on hold,” according to Russell Rein, the ISG Jubail School Director of Operations. When asked what has happened to the...

Welcome, Jubailosaurus!

Welcome, Jubailosaurus!

Cabbie Rein and Jon Netzler

May 8, 2017No Comments

KG1B students and their Big Buddies from 5B work together on their last project of the year: to create a dinosaur out of trash.

A Final Wave of Goodbye to Our Dearest — The Timms

A Final Wave of Goodbye to Our Dearest — The Timms

Yusra M., Editor

May 7, 2017No Comments

   One of the things that set ISG Jubail apart from the rest, was the community that had settled within. There were two teachers, however, who had given 33 years of their lives to ISG Jubail; each year ...

ISGJ says farewell to Advanced Placement

ISGJ says farewell to Advanced Placement

Lerato M., Editor

May 7, 2017No Comments

In a few years, International schools group (ISG) Jubail will say farewell to the Advanced Placement (AP) program and introduce a new curriculum to the school- International Baccalaureate (IB).

NHS Hosts Successful Clothing Drive

NHS Hosts Successful Clothing Drive

May 7, 2017

ISG Students Visit Syrian Refugee Camp

ISG Students Visit Syrian Refugee Camp

May 6, 2017

Biology teacher plans to teach children in Africa

Biology teacher plans to teach children in Africa

May 5, 2017

Science teacher helps at-risk teens in Kenya

Science teacher helps at-risk teens in Kenya

May 3, 2017

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2016-17 ISG Jubail Yearbook

2016-17 ISG Jubail Yearbook

Jon Netzler, Adviser

June 14, 2017

What is the yearbook? The yearbook is a 224-page, hard-cover, full-color memory book designed entirely by a group of around 15 middle school and high school students. For the past two years, these 15 students have volunteered once per week for 80 minutes after school beginning in August and continuing through June. They work on the project for long hours outside of school. The yearbook students work incredibly diligently during the year (on the order of 1,500+ hours among the team) to create a book representing our community's story during the school year. Throughout the process, students learn A LOT about A LOT of things (e.g. basic journalistic writing skills, design and photography and interviewing skills, teamwork, how to plan and manage an immense project, how to meet deadlines, editing, revising, desktop publishing, marketing and sales, accounting, etc.)!

5 Things you should know about social media

5 Things you should know about social media

June 13, 2017

Try Not To Laugh Challenge.

Try Not To Laugh Challenge.

Nabeeha K, Marium H, Yusra M, and Rhoda M

June 8, 2017

The objective of our video was to show a series of funny videos to students. The challenge of this experiment was to not laugh while watching. We gathered 2 sets of boys and girls and showed them 3 different levels of funny clips. The difference in genders would help us display variation in students humor. In conclusion to the video those who laughed lost, and those who didn't win.

Do schools that have early start times put students’ health at risk?

Do schools that have early start times put students’ health at risk?

Abby-leigh D., Editor

June 8, 2017

Let's face it, no one likes waking up early for school. We all love a long lie, but now there is a reason to stay in bed for a few extra hours. Adults need 7-8 hours hour of sleep...

Teachers and internet slang?

Teachers and internet slang?

Teja B., Melissa M. and Maryam R.

June 5, 2017

Water Wars

Water Wars

Jon Netzler, Adviser

May 22, 2017

Approximately 25 students in grades six, seven and eight had an opportunity to have fun and beat the heat with some spirited, friendly water games after school on Wednesday, March 10 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. The Middle School Student Council served root beer floats, popcorn, and candy and students played Water Tag and Water Capture the Flag.

ISG JUBAIL’S NEW SCHOOL PROJECT IS PUT ON HOLD

ISG JUBAIL’S NEW SCHOOL PROJECT IS PUT ON HOLD

May 14, 2017

High school drama students showcase the Short Short Play Fest

High school drama students showcase the Short Short Play Fest

May 9, 2017

Welcome, Jubailosaurus!

Welcome, Jubailosaurus!

May 8, 2017

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Do schools that have early start times put students’ health at risk?

Do schools that have early start times put students’ health at risk?

Abby-leigh D., Editor

June 8, 2017No Comments

Let's face it, no one likes waking up early for school. We all love a long lie, but now there is a reason to stay in bed for a few extra hours. Adults need 7-8 hours hour of sleep...

Who Knew? ft. ISGJ Teacher Couples

Who Knew? ft. ISGJ Teacher Couples

Nawal Cheema and Imaan Uddin

February 18, 20173 Comments

Everyone knows how teachers always put students on the spot with all kinds of tests and quizzes right? Well, guess what? This time, us students put the teacher couples on the test and asked them all a series of questions to see which couple knew each other best. Who do you think won? Watch to find out!

Word in the Halls: Donald Trump

Word in the Halls: Donald Trump

Emaad G., Anna O., and Jon Netzler

January 29, 2017No Comments

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“What do You think makes a good student?”

“What do You think makes a good student?”

Ahmed Ibrahim, Editor

June 9, 2016No Comments

Summa Cum Laude! What does this phrase mean to you? This phrase roughly means a 4.0 or above, in the language Latin. This phrase may mean that you are a good student...

Teens should get more sleep

Teens should get more sleep

Abdul K., ISG Jubail Student, Grade 10

May 31, 20161 Comment

I am a 16 year old sophomore in high school, and yes I am also one of you with that same expression every time my mom tells me to get 8 hours of sleep a night. IT ISN’T POSSIBLE! My point? SCHOOL STARTS WAY TOO EARLY!

“Making a Murderer” Makes Me Mad

March 18, 2016No Comments

I’m guilty: I binge-watched all 10 hours of Netflix’s new documentary series “Making a Murderer” in less than 24 hours. I have joined the millions of people around th...

What are your opinions on the final exams?

What are your opinions on the final exams?

March 17, 2016

What do teachers misunderstand about you as a learner or student?

December 17, 2015

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