Student Orientation

01 September 2008

On Friday, 22 August 2008, The Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa (AKAM) welcomed approximately 60 new students to its community.

On Friday, 22 August 2008, The Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa (AKAM) welcomed approximately 60 new students to its community. It was a fun-filled day organized by the Students’ Representative Council (SRC), Admissions Office and Dean of Students Office.

The day began with a series of welcoming speeches by the AKAM leadership and the SRC President. Then students, armed with a map and series of clues, navigated their way through the campus to see which group could collect the most number of tokens in a scavenger hunt. Students then got the opportunity to test their engineering skills by making a contraption that would prevent an egg from breaking when dropped. The winning invention allowed an egg to survive a 6 meter drop! After lunch, students spent time learning about The AKAM Learner Profile, Rights and Responsibilities, and general school rules. The day ended with an artistic session, where students created a mural in groups.

Overall, it was an energetic day full of learning and smiles. Welcome to all the new students of AKAM!
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