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2019/20 Award Winners
Seunghyun Im, Khartoum American School
Seung is a young man that embodies himself with integrity and high standards. He is an open-minded young man, who is highly intelligent and has the willingness to continue to broaden his knowledge. He is always willing to take up new challenges. He was twice elected by his peers for Student Council Treasurer. For the past three years, he has volunteered monthly at the Korean Embassy in Sudan as a presenter of traditional and modern Korean culture. Sheung is an active member of the Khartoum American School Model United Nation (KASMUN) and he coordinated the 2019-2020 KASMUN event.
Midian Yoseph, Bingham Academy
Midian shares the values of respect for African culture and friendliness with AISA. As part of an English Literature class we discussed the idea of what makes a good leader. On her own, Midian connected the literature discussions with the current political situation in Ethiopia with many people groups wanting greater representation in the government.
Michelle Ossiya Erusa, Galaxy International School Uganda
Michelle has been a great contributor to promoting an environment of collegiality and community at GISU. As the President of the Student Council, she has led by example to make it an important body for students to express their views and, through respectful dialogue with management, staff, parents and students, sought to design and implement important and popular events and activities that represent the viewpoints of all parties in an inclusive manner.
AISA Award for Excellence
AISA established the AISA Award for Excellence in 2008 as a way of recognising and rewarding the achievements of outstanding students in AISA member schools. The award is conferred to any final year student nominated by their school who can demonstrate high academic results and whose character exemplifies the association’s values. Each school is invited to submit one application for the award.
Nominations for this award are due no later than March 1st of each year with the AISA Board confirming the successful candidates at the March board meeting. Schools are then free to award recipients of the AISA Award for Excellence at end of year school celebrations.
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