Islamabad - Roots International Schools have played a vital role in endorsing diversity, social change, innovation in core curriculum, entrepreneurship, career counselling, and comprehensive outreach and collaborations beyond the perimeters of boundaries. This Educational Fest is the next step in providing students an international platform to get first-hand information about the leading United States universities from their representatives.

The legislative body from 23 most recognised universities in United States visited Roots International Schools Richmond campus to contribute in a college fair apprehended particularly for RIS nationwide, approaching high school students to encourage US scholarships routes for Pakistani students. The tour was intended as a cultural involvement and recruitment prospect for accredited US colleges and universities, says a press release issued here.

This was the seventh Educational USA-led South Asia Tour, visit to Pakistan in five years, and was structured by the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP). 

The South Asia Tour delivered an opportunity for our brightest high school students to acquire contemporary and accurate information about academics and admissions at ascribed US colleges and universities.

This year conscripting delegation comprised representatives from Iowa State University of Science & Technology, Murray State University, Valparaiso University, University of Northern Iowa, New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering, Colorado State University, University of Bridgeport, Old Dominion University, Saint Peter’s University, Emporia State University, University of Kentucky, Arizona State University, St. Ambrose University, Savannah College of Art & Design, Hiram College, Western Kentucky University, Wichita State University, and Northeastern Illinois University and Kalamazoo College. In accumulation to meeting potential apprentices, university representatives networked with counsellors, principals, faculty, and other administrative staff of five RIS high school campuses.