اchool Student Initiatives and Activities - Local level

School Swap Program
A student exchange program carried out among students from local Jordanian schools as a step of encouragement for openness among schools and for strengthening ties among students for their benefit.


Jubilee Youth Forum
This forum is organized annually over the weekend during the second semester, planned and executed by the students, supervised by a committee of teachers. During the forum, dialogue and discussions take place among participating students who join from several Jordanian schools, about topics and issues that are of concern and interest to the students.


Meeting of Promising Leadership
The School annually organizes a 3-day meet for Promising Leaderships in Aqaba, attended by Jubilee students and others from different Jordanian schools. The meeting aims at achieving communication, interaction, and dialogue among young people and a number of outstanding individuals and decision makers with excellent leadership experience, chosen from several, varied sectors of the society.

Local ‘Imagine Cup’ Competition

The Jubilee School team won First Place in theLocal Imagine Cup Competition, titled ‘Citizenship’ and Second Place in the category ‘Innovation’. This is an annual competition the Microsoft organizes to discover youth talents for 16 to 23 year olds. Competitors are given the chance to participate and share their own ideas of offering solutions to complex problems faced by various countries to improve the quality of life for people. Three categories were singled out for the competition: Citizenship; Innovation; and Games


Cultural and Sports Competitions
Our students tend to obtain most of the advanced placements in local competitions whether on the Ministry of Education level or the Kingdom’s, in the Arab World or in internationally. Fields of these competitions, which the school strongly encourages our students to join, span the literary, cultural, artistic and technical domains. Topics include writing essays, short stories, oratory, poetry, even handwriting, religion, drawing, painting and other arts.

Jubi-Tech Exhibition
This is a yearly exhibit that falls in line with the Jubilee’s philosophy to invest in our students’ minds to enable them to tackle the requirements and challenges of the ages’ information and communication initiatives and e-learning technology. The exhibit is organized at the end of the academic year, showcasing the students’ outstanding work in the fields of website and graphic designs, production of short films, electronic shows and data bases, as well as writing purposeful programs using various programming languages.


Youth Economic Forum
 Jubilee students organize a 2-day Economic Forum annually, during a weekend of the school year, with the participation of students from other public and private schools. The forum submits a number of economic, social, political, and national issues to be discussed during the event. This activity aims at augmenting students’ perceptions and to make them better aware of economic realities, as well as discussing international economic and political issues.

Environmental Court

This is an activity organized annually in coordination with the Royal Marine Conservation Society, to confirm the role of good citizenship and care for one’s country. The event informs students and exposes them to new experiences regarding various environmental marine issues.