At Gasha International School (GISE), our high school program is designed to provide students in grades 10, 11, and 12 with a rigorous and comprehensive education that prepares them for higher education and future career paths. Following the Pearson Method, based on the British educational system, our high school curriculum offers a wide range of subjects across various disciplines, including English, mathematics, sciences, social sciences, foreign languages, arts, and physical education. We strive to foster critical thinking, analytical skills, and a deep understanding of the subjects through challenging coursework, research projects, and practical applications. Our experienced and dedicated teachers guide students in their academic journey, preparing them for external examinations and providing personalized support to help them achieve their full potential. Additionally, we offer career counseling and guidance services to assist students in exploring their interests, setting goals, and making informed decisions about their future pathways.

At Gasha International School, we recognize that high school is a pivotal time in a student’s life, not just academically, but also in terms of personal and social development. Our high school program is designed to cultivate leadership qualities, teamwork, and strong interpersonal skills. We provide opportunities for students to engage in extracurricular activities, clubs, and community service initiatives, allowing them to explore their passions and interests outside the classroom. We also encourage active participation in debates, public speaking, and cultural events, fostering confidence and effective communication skills. Our comprehensive approach to high school education aims to develop well-rounded individuals who are not only academically competent but also socially aware and prepared to contribute positively to society. By providing a supportive and enriching environment, we strive to empower our high school students to become lifelong learners, adaptable problem solvers, and responsible global citizens.