ASA Winter Term Registration Now Open!

Dear Parents,

After School Activities (ASA) Registration for elementary, middle school and high school are now open on the UAS Parent Portal.ASA

We are happy to offer more than 24 ASA choices in the high school during this winter session!

Please note these important dates:

  • Winter ASA Term: January 15 – March 15, 2017
  • Winter ASA Registration Deadline: January 5, 2017
  • Winter ASA Payment Due Date: January 8, 2017
  • Parent Registration Confirmations Sent Home: January 9, 2017
  • Winter ASA Term Begins: January 15, 2017

You can find detailed descriptions of the HS ASA activities here:

Please follow the steps below to register your child for an ASA activity:


Log on to your parent portal page here.
Follow the link to view the descriptions and choose the ASA Activity.
After submitting the form, you will receive an immediate confirmation email that you have requested to register you child for an activity.

If you register your child for a paid activity, kindly pay accounts promptly and bring your receipt to the school office. Please note that the registrations for paid ASA activities is not complete until full payment is made and without payment by the above deadline, ASA assignments will be given to other children.

Please note that spaces are limited in some activities and enrollment will be on a first-come-first-served basis.

If you have any questions about the activities, please send an email to:
Elementary School:
Middle School:
High School:

For portal support please email

Thank you for your continued support of the ASA Program!

An Amazing Week of Celebrations!

Last week was absolutely phenomenal!  Here is a list of what we accomplished:

  1. A whole school photo graph celebrating the UAE flag.
  2. A student celebration of athletics where we all got behind our Lady Scorpions’ Soccer Team.
  3. An Arabic Language Assembly where we celebrated the great learning in our classrooms.
  4. A student-run athletics assembly where we gave out the awards to our Season 1 athletes.
  5. A student-led National Day Ceremony headed up by Hind A.F. and her “Majlis” Team.
  6. Grade 9 celebration of learning for students who achieved Honours and High Honours.

As our students reflect on their memories of  their time in our school, it is my sincere hope that it will be weeks like this one that our students remember. Hopefully, They will remember that we care about their aspirations as much as their learning.  I hope they will remember that we recognized their achievements. I hope they will remember that we laughed together.  I hope they will remember that we are proud to live in such a forward thinking nation.  I hope they will remember that there is much more learning in organizing a 400 person event than can ever be accomplished on an essay.  I hope they will remember that achievement is always the consequence of hard work.  I hope they will remember that success is always more powerful when it is shared; that no “one” person can do everything and that weeks like last week can only exist because of a process that involves ideation, planning and execution.

It was an exhausting week, but well worth the effort!

Maragret Mead once wrote:

“Never doubt that a small group of committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has”.  I think many of our students learned a lot about themselves last week.  As the school grows, our students will get better at organizing these events.  They will learn what it takes to be empowered to be a caring, critical thinking, responsible global citizens.

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