We make sure students learn to accept, cherish and enjoy differences.
In today’s rapidly changing and challenging world, developing communication skills in order to create solutions where there are conflicts is a very important socio-emotional quality. That is why we make sure students learn to accept, cherish and enjoy differences through exposure to various cultures and ideas.
GGIS’s definition of a leader is someone at the center of a community, a heterarchical leader, as opposed to someone at the top of an organization, a hierarchical leader.
The heterarchical leader, the leader we aim to nourish, can listen, involve others and unify. We value these collaborative values in our teachers and staff at GGIS so that the best role models are within close reach!