Science Club conducts the 40th Foundation Anniversary Singing Competition

     Einsteinians participated in the Singing Competition supervised by the Science Club on October 22, 2022 at Albert Einstein School in celebration of the school’s 40th Foundation Anniversary

     The beginning of the program was initiated splendidly as the masters of ceremony, Anwaroden Maulana, the Mathematics Society President, and Bai Jyeshta Auliya Sinsuat, the Science Club Grade10 Vice President, gave their introduction. This was followed by the Muslim and Christian prayers which were led by Prince Zahir Amba, the Science Club Secretary, and Louzelle Gepte, the Grade 9 Vice President of Religious Youth In Action, and Norjannah Malawani who conducted the singing of the national anthem

     The first part of the competition presented four young kindergarteners unveiling their talents with children’s song as their theme. The result ended with Princess Mastura in 3rd place and Mohammed Ampatuan attaining the second place while Datu Alonto Brahim holds the 1st place in the Beginners Division.

     Afterwards, the Primary Division sang songs produced by Disney, having Norshana Sulaik taking 3rd place, Gibril Lanticse the 2nd place, but it was Shalimar Lauban who bagged the 1st place award.

     It was then followed by the performances of the Intermediate Division grabbing the audiences’ attention with pop songs. The 3rd placer, Fatima Ampatuan, and 2nd placer, Shameem Musali had impressed the judges, most especially the champion, Madeeha Maniri.

     Junior Division came singing with raw talent. Al-Sharidz Patadon was awarded the 2nd runner-up, Hamod Ampatuan got the 1st runner-up, and it was Al-Zahra Sinsuat who took the champion’s throne.

     Lastly, the Senior Division amazed the audience with their jaw-dropping perfomances. Marif Palao came in 3rd, Zahir Mlok came in 2nd place, and Zoe Clestina Nuñez grabbed the gold medal and reigned victor.

The emcee’s closing remarks ended the noteworthy event successfully. Along with the other clubs, it was undeniable that the batch of the Stalwarts made the year remarkable even after the difficulties of the pandemic. Which made the face-to-face classes more memorable for the students and pupils of Albert Einstein School.


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