Game, Set, Match!: Reflections on GSIS’ Tennis Season

This fall season, GSIS’ varsity boys’ and girls’ tennis teams finally played conference games and at tournaments after three years of no games due to COVID-19. The knights faced many challenges, but they fought fiercely until the end. As a result, the boys placed 6th, and the girls placed 7th overall in the KAIAC blue division.  Continue reading Game, Set, Match!: Reflections on GSIS’ Tennis Season

Special Needs Education at GSIS

Special needs education is just as its name suggests: education for students that require specialized support. Though there are schools created especially for the education of special needs students, regular schools also often have separate classes and systems set in place to support these types of students. Likewise, GSIS has a system for students with special needs as well. Continue reading Special Needs Education at GSIS

The Volleyball Libero: The Backbone of the Team

Liberos, also known as defensive specialists, have one of the most essential roles in a volleyball team. Liberos are responsible for receiving balls from one side of the court and safely passing the ball to the setter. During this year’s KAIAC season, both the varsity girls’ and boys’ volleyball teams had successfully won multiple times due to the help of their liberos.  Continue reading The Volleyball Libero: The Backbone of the Team

Spiritual Emphasis Week: Finding Identities in Christ

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

Fall Club Fair: A Fun Push for Extracurricular Engagement

On Wednesday, August 24th, GSIS held its first club fair to encourage lower and upper secondary students to participate in more student-led clubs this school year. At the fair, clubs, ranging from Model United Nations to guitar clubs, set up booths in the gym to promote themselves to potential new members. Continue reading Fall Club Fair: A Fun Push for Extracurricular Engagement

Saying Goodbye: What The Class of 2022 Has To Say

180 days a year, rain or shine, excited or exhausted, students make their way up the hill of GSIS’ entrance to start a brand new day. At the start of high school, the thought of walking through GSIS corridors for the final time seems distant and obscure— for our seniors, this is the reality they have to face. Continue reading Saying Goodbye: What The Class of 2022 Has To Say