Congrats GIS! We are a National asset!

Congratulations to our GIS Class of 2015 who just graduated from KNUST College of Health Sciences and the University of Ghana Medical school :

Doctor of Pharmacy (KNUST)

Ohui Agbettor

Ivy Acquaye  

Doctor of Dentistry (KNUST)

Wehpia Kabonnabah

Medical Doctor ( University Of GH Medical school )

Stephanie Stephens

Afrakoma Kyeremanten

Medical Doctor (KNUST )

Neeta Parsram  

Denise Osafo 

We are a National asset!!! Congratulations to our former students. All the way from Infant School to Upper Secondary…From counting blocks and sorting shells and today they are now saving lives!!!

 

Ivy Acquaye Doctor of Pharmacy (KNUST)

Afrakomako Kyeremanten University Of GH Medical school

Wehpia Kabonnabah Doctor of Dentistry (KNUST)

Ohui Agbettor Doctor of Pharmacy (KNUST)

Stephanie Stephens Medical Doctor ( University Of GH Medical school )

Neeta Parsram Medical Doctor (KNUST )

Denise Osafo Medical Doctor (KNUST )

Olivia LecossonCongrats GIS! We are a National asset!
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Junior Runner-up: Elise Jensen, Ghana

Over 11,000 young people from across the Commonwealth entered the Commonwealth Queen’s Essay Competition. This year’s competition was themed ‘A Connected Commonwealth’ and entrants were asked to consider how they can work to use cultural, technological and environmental connections for positive change across the Commonwealth. 
Olivia LecossonJunior Runner-up: Elise Jensen, Ghana
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Our Reading Ambassador

Summer break is great because it allows one to relax, revitalize and explore a whole new world away from the norm. Ohemaa Aseda Kyei-Mensah, a year 6 pupil at GIS decided to embark on a reading campaign in collaboration with the Management of Westhills Mall during her summer break. Equipped with leadership skills, and encouraged to be socially responsible citizens at school, taking on this role was a natural step!

Olivia LecossonOur Reading Ambassador
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Nana Afia Addae wins Essay Competition

During the summer holidays, Nana Afia Addae, a Form 5 Student of GIS was declared the overall winner of an essay competition dubbed “What’s Your Thing?”.
The competition, supported by Stanbic Bank, Ghana, was organized as part of a Ghana/China Cultural Exchange Programme under the auspices of both the John Agyekum Kuffour and Rebecca Akufo-Addo Foundations. 

Olivia LecossonNana Afia Addae wins Essay Competition
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