Excited, motivated and energized is the way I feel about sharing my experiences that helped me transition from school to the real world. I graduated from PISES Riyadh in June 2006 and had been in this school for about 7 years. I started as a quiet and reserved little girl sitting in the right corner chair endlessly staring at the blackboard in front of me. But just within a couple of years that little girl turned into a refined young lady who stands high in confidence and intellectual capability ready to counter everything that comes her way.
PISES has been my home for the great knowledge and wisdom I possess and has inculcated in me the core values and culture that makes me a better individual. PISES was an enriching and holistic journey of learning and discovery where I was nurtured in a learning-centered environment that fostered innovative thinking and lifelong learning. The quality teachers I was taught by were more than just teachers. They were my guide; mentor and caretaker who helped me groom and mature in every step I took. They encouraged competition, boosted my confidence and made the learning process fun. I have always been one of the brightest students in my class and have ensured that I never disappoint my teachers for all the time and effort they invested in me. My teachers took pride in the work I produced and the grades I scored. With their everyday struggle I cleared my IGCSE with outstanding grades and produced an even better result in A Levels. My academic excellence and all-round development assisted me in getting admitted to one of the leading universities of Pakistan, LUMS (Lahore University of Management Sciences) and later to Syracuse University, New York.