AKNS

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AcronymDefinition
AKNSAl Khaleej National School (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
AKNSAblowitz-Kaup-Newell-Segur system
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The Dubai edition will be held at Al Khaleej National School from July 21 to July 25.
Dubai: GEMS Al Khaleej National School (AKNS) is now recognised as an American school.
GEMS Al Khaleej National School (AKNS), one of the leading and premier schools in Dubai under the GEMS Education network of schools, has been categorised as an 'American School'.
School in Dubai; Ghaleb Wahbi from Al Khaleej National School in Dubai; and
The Al Khaleej National School pupil added: "I found out about the contest through an advertisement placed in our school.
The program was attended by over 50 students from the Al Khaleej National School at the Seawings base in Jebel Ali Beach Hotel.
Students from Al Khaleej National School, Dubai National School, Al Ittihad Private School, International School of Arts and Science, American College of Dubai and Jumeirah University attended five iCamp workshops run by volunteers from BAML.
Students from Al Khaleej National School, Dubai National School, Al Ittihad Private School, International School of Arts & Science, American College of Dubai and Jumeirah University attended five iCamp workshops run by volunteers from BAML.
Dubai: Faisal Al Dossary, Saudi-Emirati, 11 years old, student at Al Khaleej National School
The winners included Al Khaleej National School; Applied Technology High School - Abu Dhabi; Dubai International School; Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research; and Higher Colleges of Technology in Fujairah and Ruwais.
Hessa Almutawie, a Grade 11 student in Al Khaleej National School, with bionic hand at an Innovation Challenge in Dubai.
The expression created by the students will provide the perfect backdrop to celebrate Mirdif City Centre's opening week and we are pleased to provide a platform to showcase their talent and learning," added Al Ali.The mural project involved primary to secondary school students from five GEMS Education Schools -- GEMS Royal Dubai School, The Westminster School, Cambridge International School, The Millennium School, and Al Khaleej National School, in addition to participation by Mawaheb from Beautiful People, a charity that helps children with disabilities through art therapy.