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Last week, His Excellency, Archbishop Boulos Matar, Bishop of Beirut, visited Los Angeles to launch...
Josiane Dagher – The Preschool Division
Since 1996, the Preschool Division was located in the Mary Mother of Wisdom Building. Due to the growing number of learners; rea...
At its October 2016 meeting, the commissions on Elementary and Secondary schools of the Middle States associ...
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SHS life-time member, starting his path in kindergarten. In 2010, Andrew completed the International Baccalaureate, achieving the highest score across the 200 IB students across Lebanon. Andrew has graduated Dean's List with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Finance from McGill University and proceeded to get a Master of Science in Financial Economics from the University of Oxford. From there, he joined the world's foremost strategy consulting firm, McKinsey and Co., in Dubai. Back in Montreal, Andrew has quickly risen the ranks to become an Engagement Manager, specializing in Institutional Investing and Banking/Risk transformations.
Charbel Ghanimeh – Graduated in 2009 and pursued a degree in Communication Arts with an emphasis on Advertising. Charbel released his extended play under the pseudonym Belime at the age of 18. In 2015, he released new music under Belime which led him to perform in the NRJ Music Tour. Alongside his passion for performing music, Charbel was a content specialist as the arm of iTunes and Apple Music in the Middle East. Currently, he has launched his own communications agency ‘Say’ in Lebanon and works on a regional level.
Ronald Ballouz – Graduated 2007 in Sagesse High School/IB II and pursued his B.S studies in Astrophysics at Villanova University. He is currently doing his post-graduate research in JAXA's Institute for Space and Astronomical Studies after achieving his PhD degree in Astronomy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, May 2017. His broader interests are in granular physics, planet formation, and the application of artificial intelligence to astronomy.