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.
After almost 8 hours of finding solutions to complex problems in Mathematics and its applications to Computer Science and Engineering, Ghana International School came tops at the 2020 MISE Tournament (Mathematical Olympiad Tournament)
Out of over 300 students nationwide, from various educational institutions, GIS took the following top awards:
-Highest Scorer- Keshav Viswanathan (Form 3)
-Second Highest Scorer- Nipun Agarwal (Form 3)
-Yale Science and Engineering Association Award for Excellence in Computer Science and Engineering -Russel Fiscian (L6) and
-FKA Allotey Award for Excellence in Mathematics- Roni Edwin (L6).
Team GIS swept almost all the awards at stake and for that we say Congratulations!
A very big thank you to all our amazing teachers who continue to encourage our students to strive for excellence! Ayekoo!!!
Team GIS swept almost all the awards at stake at this year's MISE Tournament, and for that we say Congratulations!
Winner of the SAA Allotey’s Award for Excellence in Mathematics, Roni Edwin Lower 6 (Left) and winner of the Yale University Science and Engineering Award for Excellence and Computer Engineering, Russel Fiscian, Lower 6 (Right)
Meet our first and second highest scorers of the 2020 MISE Tournament Keshav Viswanathan (Left) and Nipun Agarwal (right) both GIS Form 3 students.
Congratulations Team GIS and to all our amazing teachers who continue to encourage our students to strive for excellence!
Olivia LecossonGIS Sweeps Awards at 2020 MISE Tournament
Rare Disease Day is celebrated on the last day of February every year all over the world. The main objective of Rare Disease Day is to raise awareness about rare diseases and its impact on patients and their families.
In support of the day, on Friday 28th February, 2020 the entire Infant School community came to school wearing blue jeans, a white t-shirt with a touch of pink and had their hands painted with bright colours for a group photo. They later participated in a brief child friendly presentation and discussion on rare diseases.
Led by Dr. Kristine Marbell-Pierre and the Guidance and Counselling team, Ghana International School is joining 15 million students in 28,062 schools and 115 countries in The Great Kindness Challenge!!
It is one week dedicated to creating a culture of kindness and compassion on our campuses. Our school is proudly participating in this proactive and positive kindness initiative from February 10th – 14th.
All students will receive The Great Kindness Challenge checklist. We are also happy to invite you to participate by using the Family Edition. Your family can complete the checklist anytime and anywhere. Please encourage your children to complete as many acts of kindness as possible. Together, let’s show the world that KINDNESS MATTERS.
Congratulations to GIS’ Year 2 Infant School pupil, Miss Abena Serwaa Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu who recently represented Ghana at the 24th International UCMAS Competition held in Cambodia in December 2019.
With 4,400 children from 80 countries participating, 6-year-old Abena in ‘Category A’ managed to tackle 170 out of 200 questions correctly, making her the youngest and 2nd best in her category.
Olivia LecossonGIS’ Year 2 Infant School pupil Abena Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu shines at UCMAS
Congratulations to our newly elected Secondary School Prefects!
The past couple of weeks saw prospective candidates vying for leadership positions, go through intense vetting, rally up convincing campaigns and ‘enjoy’ nerve-racking moments as they waited anxiously for votes to be cast and decisions to be made.
Congratulations to our 2020-2021 Prefects (Newly elected prefects sitting with Upper Secondary Vice Principal Mr. Amponsah-Mensah (Left), Dr. Mary Ashun, Principal of GIS (Centre), Lower Secondary Vice Principal, Ms. Ida Abbeyquaye (Right) and outgoing Prefects standing behind)
Meet our new GIS SRC (Students Representative Council). Past representatives behind and newly elected members seated in front.
Dr. Mary Ashun, Principal of Ghana International School leads prefects as they swear the oath of allegiance
Newly elected Prefects swear the oath of allegiance
Prefects are pinned with their badges of honour by the outgoing prefects.
Upper Secondary Vice-Principal, Mr. Amponsah-Mensah congratulates the prefects
Our New Head Boy Kevin Donkor shares a few words with students at the assembly.
Head Girl Kendall Kwarko expresses her profound gratitude for the opportunity and promises to lead by example
Newly elected members of the SRC are also pinned with their badges of honour
We made it! It’s time for us to make a difference!
Congratulations to everyone!
Olivia LecossonCongratulations to our newly elected 2020-2021 Secondary School Prefects
In line with our Key Attribute for the 2019-2020 Academic Year –Social Responsibility, GIS’ Head Girl Abena Asare-Konadu along with Edem Bleboo spent their summer holidays making a total of 130 new exercise books out of recycled paper.
Olivia LecossonGIS’ Head Girl Abena Asare-Konadu Donates Recycled Books
Today we witnessed the opening of this year’s GIS Model United Nations(MUN) conference. One may ask, what exactly is MUN? MUN is an extracurricular activity that aims to emulate the United Nations in mock debates called conferences.
Today was an eventful day across all sections of our school. Day 5, the final day of our UN week celebration was a major success.
At the Infant School, a Year 2 UN Day Achievement Awards assembly was held. Pupils made a “We are the World Presentation”, cat-walked in their various national costumes inside their classrooms, stopped to say something about their culture, customs and sampled various dishes from around the world.
The Junior school staff and pupils went on to parade, dancing in their brightly couloured national costumes on the football pitch and within the parameters of their section in celebration of the day.
Our Secondary School, saw MUN delegates put together an interesting Mock assembly where delegates debated on the harmful effects of manufacturing and using plastics in our world today.
Dr. Mary Ashun, Principal of GIS commended students and teachers for working together to ensure that the entire week was an informative learning experience.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings, MP for gracing the occasion with her presence, motivating our students to aspire to make a difference, reiterating the harmful effects of plastics on our world and finally joining Dr. Mary Ashun to launch the 2019-2020 GIS GOAL to plant 1000 trees by the end of the academic year!
Thank you to Dr. Ashun, our Vice Principals, Teachers, the Art Department and to everyone who helped to make the entire week a success!Ayekoo GIS!
Olivia LecossonUN Week Celebrations come to a successful close