Our students are enormously successful in competitions throughout Qatar! We want to celebrate with a complete list of those successes for the past two school years:
School Year 2018-2019
Essay Writing Contest (Weill Cornell Medical College) – One of the 20 selected winners: Maryam Abdullah, June 2019
National Day Art Competition – Winners: Lana Ahmed Ali, Dana Mohammed Abuhumeid, Zain Haitham Zaidan, Amanda Firas Haddad, Mohrraty Barsoum, Mohamad Zaina; 2019
ISL Model United Nations – Best Delegate: Mohammed Tariq, May 2019
Astronomy National Olympiad - 1st Place: Grade 8 students Luzienne Calsado, Aseel Abdulgafar, Larin Deyab, Gabrielle Orosco, and Muhammad Alief; April 2019
Astronomy Olympiad (High School Team) – 3rd Place: Grade 9 students Tair Kezdekbayev, Gusti Rais, Mohamed Ahmed Amer, and Usaid Ali; April 2019
History Bowl (National Championship) – 1st Place: Junior and Middle School Division teams, April 2019
History Bee (Middle School Division) – 1st Place: Carlos Bisenio, 2nd Place: Marc Steven Balaoro, 3rd Place: Mohammad Alief; April 2019
Qatar E-Nature Contest – 2nd Place: Ibrahim Elweily, Yehya Abdelmoniem, and Abdulla Al Saiqal, March 2019
Tennis School Olympics – 2nd Place: Mariam Elweily, March 2019
School Literacy Competition – 3rd Place: Tair Kezdekbayev, January 2019
Future Writer’s Competition – One of the top 15 students in all of Doha: Abdulrahman Kharita, December 2018
School Year 2017-2018
Geography Bee - 1st Place Varsity Champion: Francis Owen Magsumbol, April 2018
Geography Bee - 2nd Place JV Division: Sean Michael, April 2018
Geography Bee - 3rd Place JV Division: Ronna Anjela Canaria, April 2018
History Bee - 1st Place Varsity Champion: Francis Owen Magsumbol, April 2018
History Bee - 2nd Place JV Division: Sean Michael, April 2018
History Bee - Middle School Champion: Abdul Salam Khan, April 2018
History Bowl - JV Championship Team: MIS Team B, April 2018
History Bowl, Middle School Championship Team: MIS Team E, April 2018
Destination Imagination - 1st Place winner nationally: Team Harmonic, April 2018
Odyssey of the Mind - 3rd Place nationally: Team Estrella, April 2018
STEM Competition on Sustainable Development - 1st Place (Middle School), April 2018
Doha Municipality Art Contest - 1st Place, Angelica Cabang, March 2018
Robotics Team - 2nd Place award for exhibiting Core Values, March 2018
National Day Art Competition titled, "National Creativity by Small Hands of 2017" - 1st Place winner nationally: Angelica Kayal Tomas Cabang, December 2017
Pakistani International School of Qatar's 5th Annual Inter-School Literacy Competition - 2nd Place Senior Division: Fabiha Saifullah Sara, December 2017
National Service Competition - Students Wajd Nashat Al Rabadi and Amir Amhmad Shanbeh Zareie were part of the final group of twelve students and received certificates; December 2017.
School Year 2016-2017
“Our Future Lies in our Health” Campaign, October 2016—Hosted by the Ministry of Public Health (Winner of the competition was a student last year: Rachel Cortez, grade 8-A)
“South Africa as I See It” Art Competition, December 2016—Winner: Annisa Rahman (grade 11)
First Lego League (FLL) Robotics Competition, February 2017—Ten students from grades 7-10 made it in as the top 10 finalists
Georgetown-Model United Nations Conference, February 2017—Best Delegate Awardees: Mohamed Hisham (grade 12) and Omar Barghouti (grade 10)
Alice Competition, February 2017—Ten students from grade 7 and 8 won 5th place.
Interschool Arabic Story Writing Competition, “Future Writer”, February 2017—1st place winner (out of 114 story entries): Saad Mohammed Al-Muhannadi (grade 12)
Holy Quran Memorization Competition, February 2017—Thirty-four of our students from grades 1 to 10 won at different levels of the competition.
Mindstorm EV3 Robotics Girls Competition, March 2017—Four students in grade 12 won 3rd place.
Museum of Islamic Arts Ambassador Program Competition, March 2017—Seven students from grade 10 won 2nd place out of 46 participating schools in Qatar.
Destination Imagination, March 2017—Seven students from high school won the grand 1st place in the regional segment of the competition!
Rashed Quran Competition, May 2017—1st place winner: Mohamed Abou Mustafa (grade 8), 2nd place winner: Muhammad Alief Rama (grade 6), 3rd place winner: Adam Mohamed Talat (grade 1), and 4th place winner: Najla Thufaila (grade 3).