I joined Mount Sinai International School in September 2010, little did I know that it was a journey that was going to change the course of my life. I first began in form 2 and the first thing I noted were the close interactions students were able to have with their teachers due to the small student to teacher ratio. This was different from the school I was previously at. As time progressed, I constantly enjoyed my experience at Mount Sinai International School. The school presented various opportunities for me to develop academically as well as individually. When I got to form 4 I became a School Prefect and later on the Head Boy. My experience as a Head Boy allowed me to develop further as a leader. I also became thankful for the public speaking skills I had to use these skills. In 2014 I wrote my IGCSE Exams and I scored grades consisting of 5A*s and 3As. Due to the massive support the teachers were giving us, these grades weren’t much of a surprise. Though Mount Sinai’s relations with top institution, I managed to receive a full scholarship to the African Leadership University and Admission to the African Leadership Academy. I decided to differ my admission to African Leadership University so that I can attend the African Leadership Academy. I will be leaving for South Africa in September 2015 for African Leadership Academy and I aspire to become a Computer Scientist and an Electrical Engineer in the future .