Why GI School?

SCHOOL DESCRIPTION

GI School, founded in 1991, is a private, coeducational, non-sectarian, and non-profit school governed by an appointed 8 – member board of directors (5 selected by the parents’ assembly and 3 appointed by the school founders). It offers k-12 daytime education and is divided into pre-school (k2, k3, k4, k5), primary(1-5), middle (6-8), and hight school (9-12).
The present enrollment is +700 students. The school year begins in mid-August and ends in mid-June. GI School is accredited by the Colombian Ministry of Education and by the Southern Association of Colleges and schools SACS.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Both the Colombian Bachillerato and the American High School diplomas are available for our students. Our secondary school program is exclusively college preparatory and offers a curriculum that fullfils the requeriments for the two diplomas, giving students a strong academic background that prepares them for University level work.

FACULTY AND STAFF

Our staff is comprised of a director, two principals, four coordinators, a librarian, sixty-five teachers and five teacher assistants. During the past three years, the average teacher-student ratio has been 10:1. The current number of Nortth American teachers is fifteen. In addition, the school’s support programs and services include the following personnel:
Four counselors, two speech therapists, one occupational therapists, a paramedic, a librarian, and a part-time nutritionist.

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