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Why Give Up

By Imad Salha (12-B),

I've been a student for a while. Almost eighteen years now. I'm not trying to show off or boast, I'm not that victorious of a student. Frankly I gave up on myself more than once, but there was this force that prevented me from doing so, and it just took me back to the drawing board. What is that force? You wonder. HOPE is that force, whether it is from a smiley teacher or that dream I had of making my first million at the age of twenty-five. HOPE isn't a value like my grades or my obscurely increasing weight. You can't just measure hope, it’s always there, but it's your job to find it. It's your way of balancing the positive and the negative.

Jeddah

By Suha Mirza (11-E),

Stepping out of the airport, my body is not ready for the immediate blast of hot desert air that contrasts the cool winds of Europe immensely. Despite the fact that there was once a time I loathed this heat, this bustle of people and the atmosphere, I smile in serenity. I am home.

A Bitter Compromise (A Sci-fi Short Story)

By Sameer Al Harbi (12-A),

Portman’s Trading Company, was a leader in off world trading (mostly on the account of it being the only one operating in the Lun system). Fame and glory awaited those who would fly under its colors. Captains would dare treacherous space voyage through hundreds of light years to bring rare goods back home from across the galaxy. Some could visit unseen exotic planets while others could sight-see on earth; all while making huge profits. The truth however as often is, left something to be desired.

No Place Like Space

By Lower Primary School,

A mesmerizing adventure that fulfilled our promise to both parents and students. What would be more adventurous than riding a spaceship to the moon!

Opulent yet educational, extravagant yet informational, the event was extraordinarily interesting with a plethora of facts and information about the space which transported the students on an amazing trip to the moon.