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AGE Model UN High School Team at   BOSMUN XXIII (2024)

A group of our High School students were in Boston in February attending the BOSMUN XXII conference, where they had the opportunity to showcase their public speaking and negotiation skills over a three-day conference. They came back victorious with 10 Awards from this competitive conference:

  • Tayyibah Sheikh: Outstanding Delegate

  • Hoda Soliman: Outstanding Delegate 

  • Nihma Abdalla: Outstanding Delegate

  • Mariam Eleish: Honorable Mention 

  • Mohamed ElKhoga: Honorable Mention

  • Nada Abdelal: Verbal Commendation

  • Sujude Abdelhack: Verbal Commendation

  • Mohamed Karboj: Verbal Commendation

  • Akhadjon Ashrapov: Verbal Commendation

  • Habiba Amer: Verbal Commendation 

We are extremely proud of all our delegates for the outstanding job they have done  showcasing their eloquence and professionalism. 

AGE High School Team at Empire NYU MUN

EmpireMUNC X- New York University Model UN Conference is a High School Model UN conference hosted at NYU. According to their mission, ‘EmpireMUNC strives to engage politically-minded high school students with the opportunity to apply their studies to the problems and crises facing the world today. Our hope, is that through today's trials, they may rise to become tomorrow's leaders.

Our delegation at the Academy of Greatness & Excellence was able to achieve success at this conference, bringing back several awards.

Congratulations to all the delegates and the AGE High School Model UN team for their outstanding performance!

AGE Participates in the TEKI First Lego League Expo (2024)

A group of 2nd Grade students participated in the TEKI First Lego League Expo, held on January 28th, showcasing great performance. Their engagement in this competition stands as proof of our overarching mission to cultivate a profound appreciation for science among our students. 
This achievement reflects the focused efforts of our STEM classes led by our amazing 2nd Grade team,  in addition to our after-school Coding program. Through structured practice and dedicated mentorship, our students have demonstrated remarkable enthusiasm and skill.

AGE High School Earns College Board AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award  

 

AGE has earned the College Board AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award and has been recognized for closing the Gender Gap in AP Computer Science Principles. Schools honored with the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award have expanded girls’ access in AP computer science courses. More than 1,000 institutions achieved either 50% or higher female representation in one of the two AP computer science courses or a percentage of the female computer science exam takers meeting or exceeding that of the school’s female population during the 2020-21 school year. In 2021, Academy of Greatness was one of 760 recognized in the category of AP Computer Science Principles (CSP).

 AGE Non-Affiliation Statement 

 

Academy of Greatness & Excellence, AGE, is an accredited Islamic School in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey. AGE is an independent non-profit private school and not affiliated with any Islamic Center, School, or College. 

All school information, updates and/or events are posted only through the school website, or through AGE Facebook page.

AGE does not have Twitter or Instagram accounts and is not responsible for the content of any other sites.

AGE- Community Service 

The AGE High School Ummah Re-United Club and the AGE Student Council are making a positive impact on the neighboring communities in Newark and Hoboken. The students are arranging food campaigns during the months of February and March to prepare and deliver food to shelters every other week. This is AGE's small contribution to feeding the hungry and serving their community. 

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