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Royal Commission patronizes educational excellence
Under the auspices of HE CEO of the Royal Commission for Jubail, Dr. Mosleh bin Hamed Al-Otaibi, and through the presence of a number of Royal Commission officials and some government agencies, Education Services Department organized on Tuesday in Al-Huwaylat Theater the Honoring Ceremony for outstanding students and academic schools of the Royal Commission in Jubail for academic year 2011-2012 corresponding to Hejri year 1432-1433.
 
The ceremony began with recitation of verses from the Holy Quran followed by brief remarks from a number of outstanding students and proud parents, then a short presentation that highlighted the educational services department various achievements during the last period, in addition to flashing some occurred events during Saudi National Day celebration.
 
Afterwards, honored outstanding students and parents were congratulated and presented with trophies from the official sponsors of the event (SABIC, Sipchem among others).
 
At the end of the ceremony, HE Chief Executive of the Royal Commission for Jubail declared his appreciation to the teachers in recognition of their great efforts and dedication in bringing those outstanding students and thanked as well the GM of Public Services and Director of Educational Services for their continued efforts to improve the quality of education and in supporting other private schools in the city.