Did you know that the beginning of every new Academic Year can be quite daunting for both new and existing parents, students, teachers, and staff?
Well, to help put everyone at ease, our Guidance and Counselling Department put together a one-week Zero Complaints challenge dubbed: SUSTAIN-NOT-COMPLAIN.
In the month of October, awareness is created worldwide on Breast Cancer.
To Join in the cause of creating awareness and to reiterate our Social Responsibility as a School, the Human Resource Department invited all Staff to come to work on Monday 7th October, 2019 in an attire/outfit with a touch of pink or white.
In celebration of World Teacher’s Day, Ghana International School is asking a simple question #WhoTaughtYou?
Today we appreciate and remember all the wonderful teachers who impacted our lives with their smile, love, dedication, and expertise. #HappyTeachersDay
We are happy to announce that the following students Ousman Jobe (Lower 6th Form), Shambhavi Verma (Lower 6th Form), Leilani Rawlings (Form 4) and Nigel Sarpong (Form 4) will represent #GhaIntSch and Ghana at the 9th Annual International Emerging Leaders Conference; organized and hosted by the Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia-USA.
Olivia LecossonStudents participate in the 9th Annual International Emerging Leaders Conference
September 20th marks the beginning of a week-long #ClimateChange campaign. It’s #GlobalClimateStrike day and even though students were unable to leave school, they still joined people around the world to protest the lack of action by our political leaders regarding climate change. Students used their break time to demonstrate within the secondary school grounds.
Olivia LecossonGIS Marks Global Climate Strike Day