6th Former's already making their mark...


"I am incredibly proud of how well my Year 12s have done not only in their subjects but also in their continued commitment to the wider school community through their involvement in clubs and committees. I wish them every success over the coming months in their mocks and final examinations."


by Ms Naomi Capewell, Head of Year 12


"Year 13 is a milestone for students as they cement their knowledge, finalise their future careers and prepare to live independently. Our Year 13s are working so hard to deliver all these goals - " I am very proud of them."

by Ms Eleanor Thomson, Head of Year 13




This week it was the turn of our 6th Former's (Year 12 & 13) to receive their reports, and they are definitely making their marks!

We met with four students to find out a little bit more.

Sanjith Ganesan in Year 12, is studying 5 A levels and received an B and four As putting in all excellent effort grades in his subjects Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English Language and Maths.

"I want to study medicine at Weill Cornell University in Qatar explained Sanjith just like my sister. Sanjith is from a family of doctors, and his aim is clear, I want to be a better doctor than my father!"  ... watch out Dad you have competition!!

Outside of school, Sanjith is a fan of the round ball game supporting Southampton Football Club who are apparently the greatest club in the world.

Another year 12 student Pranav Pradeep, has been in Doha College for all of his secondary education, and classes Doha as home. He achieved five straight A's in Math, Further Math, Physics, Economics and Chemistry!

Pranav describes himself as a 'born leader' which certainly shows as he is currently president of the Model United Nations programme running at Doha College. A keen economist, Pranav is planning on studying economics in the United States and will apply to the University of Chicago next year.

Ms Naomi Capewell, who heads up Year 12 was obviously delighted with her year group's success. "I am incredibly proud of how well my Year 12s have done not only in their subjects but also in their continued commitment to the wider school community through their involvement in clubs and committees. I wish them every success over the coming months in their mocks and final examinations."

Representing our Year 13 students, are Nadia Bahemia and Catherine Palfreeman-Watt or Kate as she prefers.

Nadia is juggling 5 A levels, and is predicted 3 A*s in Biology, Chemistry and French and two A grades in Economics and Maths. Cambridge University in the UK have already offered Nadia a place to study psychological behavioural sciences, and she is awaiting a few more offers too. As well as being academically successful, Nadia is also a keen painter and was elected by her fellow students and staff as Deputy Head Girl for her final year at Doha College.

Last, but never when she is running, is Kate. Kate is a talented runner regularly competing across the MENA region. Although running takes up a lot of her time, Kate has certainly been very busy studying, having achieved all A grades in her three subjects and now has to decide on which university course. Currently on the table are offers of Medicine at Birmingham or Sports Science at Loughborough.

Ms Eleanor Thomson, Head of Year 13 summed up. "Year 13 is a milestone for students as they cement their knowledge, finalise their future careers and prepare to live independently. Our Year 13s are working so hard to deliver all these goals. I am very proud of them."

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