This year’s International Mathematical Olympiad was held in St Petersburg, Russia. The competition had 105 countries represented by 616 contestants. Africa’s brightest prospect Master Roni Edwin, an Upper 6th Form Student of Ghana International School made the headlines by being the first Ghanaian to win an IMO (International Mathematical Olympiad) bronze medal. He had the highest score in all of Africa, an achievement worth mentioning.
Master Roni Edwin, an Upper 6th Form Student of Ghana International School made the headlines this week by being the first Ghanaian to win an IMO (International Mathematical Olympiad) bronze medal.
He had the highest score in the whole of Africa, an achievement worth mentioning.
In 2019 he won an award (Honourable Mention) at the UK International Mathematical Olympiad. Roni Edwin was also the youngest winner of the Ghana Math Olympiad at age 13 in 2017 and went on to tie first place on the Geometry Exam with a perfect score.
He was the overall winner of the Ghana Math Olympiad 2018 and 2019 becoming the only student to win the competition back to back. No wonder he made an impression at the World stage.
Held in St Petersburg, Russia, this year’s International Mathematical Olympiad had 105 countries represented by 616 contestants with our very own Roni Edwin making us proud with an impressive score and performance.
Congratulations to Roni Edwin! Ayekoo!!!
Master Roni Edwin
Olivia LecossonRoni Edwin wins Ghana’s First IMO Bronze Medal
It has been a rigorous but fulfilling week of our ongoing VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) here at GIS. We are determined to continue teaching and learning in spite of all the uncertainties that surround us. We continue to push ourselves by finding more creative and engaging ways to make our virtual learning environment worthwhile and effective. A very big thank you to our wonderful and dedicated team of Educators who continue to make this possible. It’s been a smooth transition so far and we look forward to many more engaging weeks ahead.
Our soon to be Class of 2020 Graduate, Rohan Karmchandani continued his exploits in the Sport of Chess when he emerged winner of the U-18 category of the Mentors Chess Academy competition for the year 2020. Due to the COVID – 19 pandemic this year’s competition was played online observing the social distancing safety protocols.
Olivia LecossonRohan Karmchandani emerges winner of the U-18 Mentors Chess Academy competition
Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic, Maame Ama Annor, Aseda Asante, and Saania Murpuri, all Form 5 students of GIS, formed the AMS Outreach Organization dedicated to building brighter futures for the underprivileged children of Ghana. Motivated by their Motto ‘Touching Lives, One Kit at a Time’, their sole mission is to help children who face obstacles in their educational journeys to overcome them. They achieve this by providing literacy and hygiene kits while empowering these children to continue learning. Their ultimate intention is to help build a brighter future for a new generation of highly motivated individuals who are able to escape the poverty trap.
Olivia LecossonAMS Outreach Organization donates to Teshie Orphanage and Dzorwulu Special School
Today we applaud all workers around the world for their efforts and sacrifices.To our dedicated staff who continue to work tirelessly to make our Virtual Learning Environment at GIS a success, we say Ayekoo! We would also like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to all selfless front-liners who continue to risk their lives to save humanity in the fight against COVID-19. #HappyMayDay
Welcome to the most unusual School Term of our lives! We are online beginning a term for the first time in the 65 year history of GIS. One of the comforting things is that we are not alone; all around the world, schools are either in session or about to begin a session away from the familiar territory of the school campus. My thoughts and prayers today are with all of us…let’s go forth and turn this Term into the best one ever!! Blessings,
Principal, Ghana International School
Olivia LecossonTerm 3- The most unusual School Term of our lives!
After consultation with the GIS Board of Directors I would like to announce that the Ghana International School will CLOSE at the end of the School Day today, 13th March 2020 at 3:30 pm for the next two weeks till 27th March, 2020. This early closure is in line with Board Policy on Emergencies. All families have received detailed information regarding the closure and information regarding our Virtual Learning Environment. We look forward to resuming school on Tuesday 14th April, 2020 after the Easter Break. We wish you all a safe and healthy season!
GIS Leadership Day is an annual event specifically designed for Form 2 Students to equip them with the necessary skills required to take up leadership roles in Form 3. The event brings together experts to meet enthusiastic students and staff in a fun interactive learning setting.