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DC Success at the Qatar National Music Competition

DC Success at the Qatar National Music Competition

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A 30-strong group of Doha College students participated in the Qatar National Music Competition, which took place recently in Katara; quite astonishingly, more than half of them received awards and special jury prizes. This number excludes the 50 members of the Doha College “Fortes” Choir, wh...

Sunday, 26 November 2017 10:41
Published in In the Press /
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Cristina Ionascu

Cristina Ionascu

DCMUN brings over 600 students together

DCMUN brings over 600 students together

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Continuing a well-established tradition, Doha College Model United Nation (DCMUN) has hosted a large conference that brought together over 600 students from 18 schools and took part over three days of presenting, lobbying and deliberating.

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Monday, 20 November 2017 13:54
Published in In the Press /
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Cristina Ionascu

Cristina Ionascu

Remembrance Day at Doha College

Remembrance Day at Doha College

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As a British International School, Doha College has always observed Remembrance Day, as tradition has it since the end of the First World War.

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Tuesday, 14 November 2017 11:49
Published in In the Press /
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Cristina Ionascu

Cristina Ionascu

Year 13 Students who achieved "All Excellent" grades

An Excellent First Batch of Grade Reports

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An academically superb first round of grade reports saw 28 students’ efforts recognized by Dr Sommer, Principal of Doha College.

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Wednesday, 01 November 2017 12:43
Published in In the Press /
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Cristina Ionascu

Cristina Ionascu

The Big 6

The Big 6

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Each year, Doha College students and teachers elect a team of six 6th-formers to enhance the school experience for everyone. They are known as ‘The Big 6’ and they represent Doha College at public events, act as ambassadors of DC in the wider community, act as a liaison between the student bo...

Tuesday, 31 October 2017 11:57
Published in In the Press /
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Cristina Ionascu

Cristina Ionascu

6 ways to make yours a High Performance home

6 ways to make yours a High Performance home

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Parents can play a huge role in helping their children achieve their academic potential. 

Thursday, 26 October 2017 11:32
Published in In the Press /
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Cristina Ionascu

Cristina Ionascu

The School Council kicks off this year’s event series

The School Council kicks off this year’s event series

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Newly elected school councillors have met for the first time this academic year in a whole-school, cross-campus, all year-group event. Secondary students were paired with primary children in a supportive, synergizing frame, and the youngest representatives grew inches in pride next to their...

Thursday, 26 October 2017 11:23
Published in Primary /
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Cristina Ionascu

Cristina Ionascu

Doha College students make waves at the FINA Swimming World Cup 2017

Doha College students make waves at the FINA Swimming World Cup 2017

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The recent FINA Swimming World Cup 2017 competition, held in Doha at the Hamad Aquatic Centre, saw representation from Doha College not only in the form of Olympian alumnus

Krishna's Big Heart Melts All the Others

Krishna's Big Heart Melts All the Others

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The story of Krishna Bhatia, a Year 5 student at Doha College, is a touching and inspiring example of selflessness and generosity. On his 9th birthday this January, he asked that he is given not gifts, but money that he could donate to those in need. When summer came and he went to his parents' h...

Sunday, 01 October 2017 09:33
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Cristina Ionascu

Cristina Ionascu

What a great result for our IGCSE students!

What a great result for our IGCSE students!

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The long wait is finally over and the IGCSE examination results for 2017 have been published, and it is another outstanding year for Doha College students with 97% of students receiving 5 or more IGCSEs at grades A* - C (including English and Mathematics). Other highlights include 77% of students...

Thursday, 24 August 2017 12:36
Published in In the Press /
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