Salah Bukhatir, Chairman of BEAM, awards a student with a full scholarship for memorising the Holy Quran

The International School of Creative Science, Muwaileh (ISCS) and the American School of Creative Science, Maliha (ASCS), respectively celebrated their spectacular graduation ceremonies, between the 25th of June and the 3rd of July, 2022.

In the presence of Salah Bukhatir, Chairman of BEAM, the ceremonies boasted stellar attractions, and hosted prominent guests such as Dr Saeed Musabeh AlKaabi, Chairman of the Sharjah Education Council, and Dr Muhadditha Al Hashimi, Chairperson of the Sharjah Private Education Authority.

Befitting the theme, Year of Distinction and Precedence, the class of 2022 constituted of 259 graduates across Grades 12 and 13, along with an astounding 79 high achievers.

The Creative Science schools are renowned for seamlessly merging faith-based and contemporary education, and their emphasis on imparting Islamic values has resulted in over 150 students memorising the Holy Quran. In addition to honouring the graduates and high achievers, Salah Bukhatir presented a total of 75 special awards acknowledging students' efforts in the Quran and Hadith competitions.

The cohort was awarded cash prizes and scholarships ranging from 15 per cent to 25 per cent, with 3 additional students receiving 100 per cent scholarships for up to 2 years.

“As schools across the UAE have arrived at the end of the current academic year, we at the Creative Science Schools look forward to welcoming new students for the upcoming academic year 2022 - 2023 — May your values always elevate your ambitions,” Shadi Hassan, General Manager, BEAM.

The Creative Science schools have been imparting academic excellence, rooted in Islamic values, for over 20 years. Bukhatir Education Advancement and Management (BEAM), has developed successful learning institutions, applying the best-in-class education and management systems, and first-rate practices within the UAE. BEAM’s Creative Science schools are renowned for their holistic approach, emphasising the physical, emotional, social, and moral development of students.