Well done GIS for hosting this year’s International Schools Sports Association Games (ISSAG) and for placing first and third in the Girls and Boys Field Hockey divisions respectively.
Kudos to our PE and Sports Department for motivating our students to strive for excellence. We look forward to many more record breaking wins in future.
It is always a pleasure to have our Alumni come around every now and then to share some of their candid experiences with our students.
We recently had some members from the Class of 2012 talk to our final year students about university applications, how to adapt to university life, dealing with racism, peer pressure, drug abuse and the importance of making the best choices in life. It was indeed an insightful session.Thank you for coming. #GivingBack#KeepingItReal#GISAlumni#Responsibility#Leadership.
Ms. Omosede Eholor, our Careers and College Counsellor welcomes Alumni and sets the discussion ball rolling
From L-R; Kwesi Bedu-Addo, Shantay Akrasi, Emil Brew-Butler and Marissa Bello (Class of 2012)
Kwesi Bedu-Addo encourages students to stay focused and not to yield to peer pressure
Emil Brew-Butler shares his experiences regarding racism, how he dealt with it and urged students to be mentally strong and open minded.
Mr. Amponsah- Mensah, Vice Principal for Upper Secondary, a tutor and mentor was proud of how well his former students had done and expressed his profound sentiments.
Nii Aryee Aryeetey, an Upper 6th Form Student of GIS has been adjudged winner of the 2018 Ghana Mathematical Olympiad and will represent Ghana at the finals of the 2019 International Mathematical Olympiad in the UK.
Olivia LecossonNii Aryee Aryeetey wins 2018 Math Olympiad
One of our educational objectives at GIS is to offer students opportunities to develop lively, enquiring minds and independent thinking abilities. On Monday 19th November 2018, we celebrated excellence in academics by congratulating all our current Lower 6 Formers who in their IGCSE’s received grades of 6As and above.
They all hoped for it to stop, for it to just end once and for all, for it to never come back again and hurt them even more than last time! It was enough!
They did not want to feel unequal anymore, they did not want to be brutally treated each and every day, they did not want to be labelled because this was not the life that they had asked for, this wasn’t the life they deserved. They were eager for a chance to be human again, they were eager for a chance to feel human again, Eager for a chance to have the RIGHT to feel the same because they believed that discrimination against skin colour and an accent was totally unnecessary.
Olivia LecossonThe belief that one’s own race is superior -RACISM
Over 200 participants from across the country recently converged at the Achimota Golf course to participate in the 2018 CAL Bank Open Golf Tournament; Ethan Lamptey-Butt, a GIS Form 3 Student emerged the winner! Mrs. Zenabu Akotoh one of our hardworking P.E Teachers participated in the women’s category and also made us proud by placing 2nd in the ladies group category. Congratulations to both of you. Well done! We are so proud of you. #Proudmoment
Congratulations to our newly elected Junior School Prefects.
It takes a courageous heart to assume a leadership position. For that, we applaud you. We wish you all the best and we look forward to seeing you exhibit competent and admirable leadership skills in the Junior School. Ayekoo!!
Olivia LecossonCongratulations to our newly elected Junior School Prefects.
At GIS, one of our strategic goals is to make an impact in our community through service and Yes! We did it again! We walked and raised funds to support mental health in Ghana at this year’s (47th) GISPTA Sponsored Walk. 500 people participated including parents, teachers and students (Year 3 to Form 6).