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Student Achievements

High School:

Our students are consistently challenged to reach their full potential both in and out of the classroom. Average IBDP score in recent years has consistently exceeded global averages (33 or 34 compared with the global mean of slightly below 30 points) and our graduates are accepted at some of the world's most prestigious universities including Stanford University, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The London School of Economics, The University of California at Berkeley, The University of Warwick, Queen Mary’s London,  New York University, Warwick University, Kings College London and The University of Chicago.

Our sports teams are always highly competitive in the inter-school leagues and enjoy great success in MUN, Theatre, Visual Arts and Music. Student’s work in the wider community has received special recognition for several Dubai institutions including the Dubai Health Authority and the charitable organization, Dubai Cares.


March 2018: The following 17 students have qualified for the DASSA athletics finals placing them in the top 8 throughout Dubai for their disciplines. Congratulations and best of luck in the finals:

Dany Elali; Amani Al Redha; Ameria Elmniawi; Abdulla Waarie

Lynn Inja; Alvenna Gabdrashatova; Sarah Al Khaja

Abdulrahman Waarie; Abdullah Al Sayed; Ahmed Al Haj

Raja Bila Khan; Illyas Kapour; Ahmed El Khourie

Mia Koujou; Azzim Akibar; Karenna Brown.; Yazan Boumour

January 2018:  3 students from EISJ were overall winners in the 2018 Foodshala Masterchef competition, beating competitors from more than 50 other Dubai schools. Well done to Varshitaa Prasad (Year 7 ), Taksh Giridhar (Year 9) and Yehia Alhelay (Year 2)

July 2017: Our 2017 IBDP results saw Yiran Ge achieve 43 points from a possible 45. The school's average was 32 points, once again exceeding worldwide averages.

April 2017: Year 13 Student Fadhel Al Mazrooei was selected to participate in the annual Think Science Competition from 18 – 20 April 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The title of his project “Creating a Bio-Hybrid Solar panel by using Photosystem -1 and SiO2 (Silicon Dioxide) submerged in water”, drew a lot of attention even before the final stages of the competition. Fadhel was invited to present his project to H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. 

June 2016: Kaustubh Chenchu from Year 10 appeared for the FAME MICROSOFT Competition to win the Microsoft Office Specialist Certificate directly from Microsoft Co. to be duly signed by the CEO Satya Nadella. It is with great delight to announce that Kaustubh Chenchu cleared the semifinals with 748/1000 points and now will be awarded the Certificate on the 18th June 2016.