Young students from Roots International Schools and Colleges have achieved a significant milestone by qualifying for the prestigious Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN) conference, known for its competitiveness and selectivity on a global scale.
Meet the exceptional individuals from Roots International Schools and Colleges who have earned this distinction:
1. Rania Walid: A 14-year-old Pakistani student, Rania has etched her name in history with her qualification for HMUN. Notably, her acceptance into prestigious summer programs at Columbia, Brown, and Yale underscores the transformative impact of her educational institution.
2. Anas Razzaq: An internationally accomplished student, Anas has secured acceptances from global universities and authored “Pathways to a Sustainable Future.” His academic prowess is evident through summer school acceptances at Stanford and Columbia University, positioning him as a future trailblazer.
3. Taghreed Iftikhar: A beacon of academic excellence and leadership, Taghreed has secured coveted spots in programs such as NYU Pre-College and Columbia University Pre-College. Her commitment to academic pursuits and positive impact is highlighted through her shared short story.
4. Adan Kamran: A cybersecurity prodigy with international recognition and prestigious internships, Adan’s consideration for acceptance at Harvard University reflects his academic excellence, marking him as a rising star and trailblazer in the STEM field.
5. Zumar Fatima (Sialkot Campus): Representing her institution at Harvard Model United Nations as an A-levels student, Zumar’s exceptional journey reflects exposure and potential for future endeavors, emphasizing Roots International Schools and Colleges’ commitment to academic excellence and global citizenship.
Roots International Schools and Colleges offer diverse and enriching academic programs, challenging students to explore their passions and expand their horizons, mirroring their participation in Model UN simulations and international summer programs.