On Friday, 14 June, the BIS said goodbye to the 22nd generation of its graduates. The celebration took place at the Vila Jelena Business Club and the guest of honour was H.E. Mr. Mochammad Chandra Widya Yudha, the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to Serbia.
Like every year, the graduation hats flew high up in the air just like our hopes and aspirations for these fine young people’s future. Together with H.E. Mochammad Chandra Widya Yudha, the Ambassador of Indonesia, the Principal of the British International School in Belgrade, Ms Aleksandra Keserovic wished the graduates all the best in their future endeavors and reminded them of the words Meret Qui Laborat – success comes to he who works – this principle has led them in their education so far and will continue being the BIS motto in the future.
Besides the graduation certificates, special certificates such as the Student Award by Council of British International Schools (COBIS), European Council of International Schools (ECIS) Award and Jonathan Rider Academic Excellence Award, were presented to our outstanding students.
In Year 13 Damjan M was presented with the ECIS Award, Milica Dj with the COBIS Award, while Olga K was presented with the British International School’s Jonathan Rider Academic Excellence Award.
Our Key Stage 3 students, Ingrid P (Year 9) and Andrea P (Year 9) both received the Jonathan Rider Academic Excellence Award, while in Key Stage 2, the COBIS Award went to Maria N (Year 6) and the Jonathan Rider Academic Excellence Award to Mila T (Year 6). The British International School once again congratulates its graduates and award winners.