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The GSIS University Counselling Office will be hosting our second Cross-Stream Careers Day on Friday, 29 April 2016. This will be a compulsory event for Y10, Y12, K09, K10, K11 and K12 students. Though attendance will not be mandatory for Y11 and Y13 students, you are welcome and strongly encouraged to attend the speaker sessions. We […]22/04/2016
With three national languages, Switzerland is a crossroad of major European cultures with their history and identity strongly shaped by the Alps. From 3 – 5 May, 2016, German Swiss International School will be hosting a series of Swiss cultural workshops – East meets West, Brugge baue, by Sonja Rösli and her team with our […]Read more headlines »
Check out how our top debaters engaged in heated discussions with their fast-thinking logic and eloquence, as they attempted to persuade the judges and audience of their arguments. The first debate revolved around the question of whether China should overthrow the North Korean government, while the second debate focused on the patent of life-saving drugs. […]
== GRAFFITI WORKSHOP == Hip Hop Stützpunkt Gründer Akim Walta ( Zeb.Roc.Ski ) und sein Team werden diesen Donnerstag ein Graffiti-Workshop an der GSIS abhalten. Herr Walta ist einer der europäischen Pioniere, die den Weg für internationale Hip-Hop-Kultur..
GSIS parent and German-born Uwe Opocensky is executive chef at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. He and pastry chef Yves Matthey are bringing the taste of Austrian tradition to the Mandarin Oriental. Check out this link for more information and the mouth-watering..
GSIS dominates the HK Junior Individuals Public Speaking Tournament! Our students achieved a big win for GSIS in the HK Junior Individuals Public Speaking tournament on Saturday at Hong Kong Academy. Our juniors did a clean sweep and won each of the three..
FISHACKATHON To mark Earth Day and recognising world fishing issues, a global competition was held at Ocean Park this weekend. With just a week’s notice, a group of Y12 students signed up and competed in the US Consulate-backed event. The event kicked..
GSIS budding artists check this out! One of our alumna, Catherine Grossrieder (Class of 2004) is featured on SCMP for her art and graffiti works! If you want to see more of her artworks, you can go to her website via this link: http://www.cathlove.com/
Teacher vs Student Ball Hockey Game: STUDENT VICTORY! It was an intense 20 minute game with Teachers and Students playing with all their might. Sticks fighting, feet scrambling, and the hockey ball ever rolling, our students took the lead in the first..
Gabrielle Kirstein, Executive Director of Feeding Hong Kong visits GSIS Introducing the seriousness of Hong Kong’s food waste problem, Gabrielle Kirstein from Feeding Hong Kong spreads awareness among our students on the fight against hunger in the..
GSIS HKMUN Team young and talented! Congratulations to the GSIS HKMUN 2016 team for two days of quick thinking, problem solving and debate at the Model United Nations conference at Shatin Science Park! Despite being the youngest team that GSIS has fielded..
Watch: GSIS Primary House Captain Leadership Day What is it like to become a GSIS House Captain? Listen to what our current Primary House Captains have to say about their responsibilities and what it takes to be a good leader among their peers.
:: Weekend Sports Roundup :: Junior Boys Hockey: The GSIS Junior Boys Hockey team played two games on Friday 15 April in Happy Valley, defeating both WIS and WYK for 5-0 and 2-1 victories respectively. The boys are undefeated with two matches remaining…
Harriet KWOK Ngai Yau / Year 10 Harriet Kwok (Y10) has been selected as one of the Awardees of the “Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards 2014-15”. The selection process consists of a series of tests and interviews. Participants were assessed on their academic performance, active participation in community service and extra-curricular activities. Harriet’s victory is […]