KG1 is celebrating the end of box unit! – “unboxing” event with @kickstq & @del.ten who brought everyone special boxes that have been designed by the students. Admin members were challenged by KG1 students and teachers to assemble boxes!
“National Honors Society organized a week long campaign for the Kuwait Association for the Care of Children in Hospital (KACCH) with the final event being the annual Staff vs Student Basketball game. The students tried their best and had some impressive shots, but in the end the staff won 69 to 41.”
The UAS High School Arabic Department would like to congratulate the Universal American School Family for achieving the 3rd place by our student Lujain Almanais in the competition of short story, (THE RIGHTOUS SON) among all schools at the Ministry of Education.
Oscar Night has become an annual tradition arranged by Student Council to celebrate and say farewell to the graduating class. The seniors nominate and vote for who will win each of the 35 categories such as Most Artistic, Coffee Addict, Best Shoulder to Cry On, and Most Athletic. In addition to the award ceremony, the
Thursday, April 11, the third grade music classes rocked the house! Our students sang a variety of songs from childhood adult favorites from Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins, to songs that sparked the imagination about dreams and visions. They even sang a set of songs about the world of insects. For the first time, we added
UAS was the host this year for the Ministry of Private Education Islamic Cultural Competition for 2018-19 on Sunday April 7. Many different school attended the event. Our students and teachers worked very preparing for the competition. We wish everyone good luck and great success.
This year’s KG Spring Show was an extravaganza of delightful nursery rhymes that were recited and sung by the young children in Nursery through KG 2. Each selection was sung with jubilation on the part of the children as Mrs. Kleuver quickly ran her fingers over the ivory keys. The Arabic teachers joined in the
The 2019 Carnival was well attended by students in KG through high school. What a beautiful day it was! There were many rides, games, jewelry, face painting and other fun activities. Thank you to many teachers and supporters of this event. We hope a fun time was had by all!
UASMUN hosted our fourth conference March 7 – 9 2019, and with seven schools and nearly 200 students in attendance, an exciting and productive time was had by all. There were opening speeches and meals, resolutions, debates, compromises, and more meals, laughter, bubbles, and many, many solutions. We look forward to next year! ”