On September 6-7th, GSIS held this school year’s first Spiritual Emphasis Week, organized by the Frontline team. The theme of this Spiritual Emphasis Week was Identity in Christ. Lower and upper secondary students participated in spiritual and relationship-building activities such as water fights, performing workshops, homeroom activities, indoor gym games, and more. Continue reading Spiritual Emphasis Week: Finding Identities in Christ
Publications is one of the many elective classes offered to upper secondary students at GSIS. Many students join Publications despite knowing nothing about the course because they believe the class is a source of free “GPA boost”. However, any student that takes Publications would quickly refute that statement. Continue reading What is the GSIS Publications Course?
From Antifa to Qanon, Democrat to Republican, liberal to conservative, non-religious to religious, nowadays, more people, across the world, find themselves closer to the extreme ends of political opinion. Continue reading We’re Extremely Extreme
Nearly all students have, at one point, complained about the difficulties of school or life in general. However, learning to see the good within the bad is an extraordinarily important life skill as a positive mindset can help one motivate themself through difficult times. Continue reading The Blessing of Bad Luck
As Covid-19 has forced people indoors, many bored people have dove into niche hobbies to pass the time. The Custom Mechanical Keyboard hobby, a once small hobby, has exploded in popularity as people found themselves stuck working inside their homes, raising the importance of desk space and work environment. Continue reading A Jump into the Mechanical Keyboard Hobbyist Hole