Orientation for the graduates of 2020 took place during the first few weeks of August. Batches of 15 to 20 students were called in with their parents and were given a presentation and a tour of the college while A2 students milled around. This was done to give them a feel of what daily life…Details
The society fair 2018 took place on Saturday, 11th August 2018. The 29 societies of Cedar College were each given the opportunity to showcase their aims and achievements to the new AS students. AS students arrived, were divided into batches of 20, and taken on a tour through the different societies. The tours were led…Details
With a new regime introduced to Cedar College, it was necessary to brief the A2 students about changes in policy. Students were given the opportunity to pick a time slot through an online form. Each student arrived with one parent and was guided to the rooftop where the new principle, Ms. Aysha Sheikh, gave a…Details
After tiring rehearsals and numerous critiques in our practices, the Cedar Dramaybaaz society managed to stage Cedar College’s first ever drama production. From 16th of February to the 18th of February, PACC auditorium was jam-packed with people laughing and engaging in the play, Darling I’m home. Directed by Miss Aysha Sheikh, this comical satire depicting the conventional…Details
Our science society CoRDS hosted Cedar’s first ever inter-school science competition SCINNOVA. The idea behind the event was to bridge the gap between theoretical science and the application of the required knowledge. It was a two day event with activities designed to develop skills like critical thinking, teamwork and sportsman spirit. The 4 modules that…Details
The Harvard Model United Nations is a four-day MUN conference held annually for high school students in Boston, Massachusetts. It was held this year from the 20th to the 29th of January and eight students from Cedar participated. Harvard held its first annual model League of Nation in 1927, followed by its first MUN in…Details
The Art students showcased their AS/A2 Level art portfolios and the event was open to the public. There was also a Lego display and artwork by our very own faculty and alumni.
Natasha Baig & Omran Shafique gave a talk about pursuing a career as a musician and how technology has changed the way music is written, recorded, and distributed.
Once again this year Cedar College wrapped up the year 2017 with its annual Tribute to Cedar Knights at Turtle Beach on 21st December. After a filling breakfast of ‘halwa puri’, the students were loaded onto a caravan of busses and it was time to hit the beach. With over 800 students in attendance; all…Details
On Friday, 8th December, 2017, 6 Again organized its very first board-game event: ‘Game Knights’. This called for students and faculty to come together and play a variety of games such as Sequence, Ludo, Pictionary, Jenga, and Charades. We had been planning this much-anticipated event months before it took place. Organizing it was hectic: from printing posters and invites…Details