Ghana International School
About Ghana International School
Ghana International School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational all-through school in Ghana, serving students from the age of 3-16. The all-through school, situated in Cantonments Accra has approximately 1,410 students on record. It is accredited by the NEASC (New England Association of Schools and Colleges) and the CIS (Council of International Schools). It is also an active member of the Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA).
Ghana International School was established in 1955 and welcomes students from over 50 nationalities. It’s curriculum is modeled on the English National Curriculum and Cambridge International Examinations. Facilities at the school include a film room, 8-lane swimming pool, two music rooms and sports pitches.
Dr. Mrs. Mary Ashun
Values and vision
Ghana International School’s motto is: “Understanding of Each Other,” and is proud of its rich international community. The school wants to be known as an outstanding learning centre where students thrive in a supportive and caring environment. Students are expected to leave as positive and active participants and leaders in a global, ever changing world who will make a difference by contributing their skills and knowledge. The all-through school’s teachers work to get to know learners as individuals so that they can reach their full potential and feel valued during their time learning. A wide range of extra-curricular activities are offered to pupils across the year groups for them to get involved in and gain new skills, further their opportunities and gain in confidence away from the classroom. These include art club, chess club, aerobics and sign language lessons.