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GIS is currently on holiday. Work resumes on August 24, 2015
Founded in 2006, GIS aims to prepare children for life-long learning in the 21st century.
The institution is dedicated to the perpetuation of excellence. Here, learning to be a dignified winner and a gracious loser in extracurricular activities is given as much importance as lesson learnt in the class or even sometimes more. At GIS pedantic knowledge falls a little short of the holistic education which the teachers endeavor to impart.
GIS envisions and prepares young students to be confident, sensitive and cultured citizens. Henceforth, the school is committed to nurturing pupils to develop to their full potential and be well-equipped to face the challenges of the future with confidence and enthusiasm.
GIS year spans almost nine months, from early September to June. The school academic year is divided into three terms (around 10-11 weeks each). The school’s pattern of organization is referred to as the (2-4-4-4) plan, includes Elementary School in Grades 1 through 4, Junior High School in grades 5 through 8 (segregation policy applies from Grade 5) and Senior High School in grades 9 through 12. The school adopts this pattern of organization taking into consideration the school’s vision, values and facilities, and it follows with the MOE requirements and recommendations and other cultural factors especially concerning the segregation policy between boys and girls from Grades 5 to 12.
The four major school divisions are the following: