Dr. Mrs. Kristine Marbell-Pierre interviewed on the BBC after her research study on parenting teenageres in Ghana and the US

Dr. Mrs. Kristine Marbell-Pierre, Head of Guidance and Counselling at the Ghana International School, led a new study with researchers at Clark University to look at approaches to parenting adolescents in Ghana and the United States.The study appears in the journal Child Development.

adminDr. Mrs. Kristine Marbell-Pierre interviewed on the BBC after her research study on parenting teenageres in Ghana and the US
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46th G.I.S PTA Sponsored Walk

On Saturday 14th October 2017 Students, Teachers, Parents and Friends of Ghana International School (GIS), embarked on a health walk to raise awareness and support for mental health in Ghana.

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Confederation of African Football (CAF) Endorses GIS Students “Boots for Charity” Campaign.

The President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Dr. Ahmad Ahmad paid a surprise visit to Ghana International School, to meet with Kwabena and Ekow Enti, two brothers and students of the school who recently came up with an initiative dubbed “Boots for Charity”.

adminConfederation of African Football (CAF) Endorses GIS Students “Boots for Charity” Campaign.
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Infant School Organizes “Welcome Back to School Tea Party.”

It was an afternoon of fun and interaction between parents and teachers at the Infant School section of Ghana International School. Parents were invited to a “Welcome Back to School Tea Party” organized by the Vice Principal of the Infant School, Ms. Owu and Infant teachers within the section.

adminInfant School Organizes “Welcome Back to School Tea Party.”
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