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Wolves Volleyball Teams Friendly Match

The senior boys and girls volleyball teams had a busy last two weeks of their season with home and away games with SIS BV, and neighbourhood rivals School 57. In the first matches with SIS BV, both the boys and girls won both their home and away games respectively. The boys won at ACG 2-1 and at SIS BV 2-1 as well. The Girls won at ACG 2-0 and at SIS BV 3-0. Then against School 57 at ACG, the boys came up just short in the match deciding game, giving School 57 the very close 2-1 win. The results were the same for the boys at School 57 with the final score 2-1 for the opposing team. The ACG Girls had decisive victories in all of their games versus School 57, with 2-0 victories both home and away. It was an excellent end to a very successful season for the Wolves, with the players on both teams already looking forward to next year!

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    My experience in Youth Leaders’ Summit

    My experience in the BINUS Youth Leaders’ Summit was extraordinary as many unanticipated events took place in the span of three days. Firstly, I encountered many different individuals who presented different ideas on significant issues that are happening in our country, Indonesia and inspired me in many ways.
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    Learner Profile of The Month: Principled

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    Book Donation to SDN01 Pagi Ragunan

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