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Alumni Newsletter – Issue 2

International Day 2023

Students and staff dress up from their culture to participate in the parade during International Week

International Week, an annual week-long event that honors and celebrates the diversity of nationalities and cultures represented at GIS, was held in February. This year, International Week kicked off with an assembly where staff, students, and parents came to showcase the cultures of different countries through presentations and performances. The week ended with an international parade in which representatives from each of our twenty-plus countries dressed up in traditional outfits and proudly waved their flag as they paraded around the school. Staff and the rest of the study body were also encouraged to wear national costumes. 

Of course, how can you celebrate diversity without food? Every day, our GIS parents set up booths in the cafeteria to hand out traditional snacks from various countries! Our kitchen staff even went out of their way to cook up special menus to go along with the treats! It was certainly a delicious week for everyone.

Campus Development | Middle School

We are excited to announce that the construction for the middle school building is now at 50% completion! We have currently raised 50% of the funding needed and we have to raise an additional 13.5 million baht to complete the project before the 2023-2024 school year. For more information and ways to give, please visit


Secondary students ask questions about a college during a college visit

After graduating from GIS, Sungmin Kim (Class of 2014) went on to receive a double major in Psychology and Christian Management in Education at Handong Global University where he is now working as the Exchange Program Manager. This past January, he came to visit GIS as a representative of Handong Global University to talk to students about the opportunities and scholarships that are available there, especially for international students. He loves his job as he is able to travel to different places to make new connections and open up new doors for students. During his time back at GIS, Sungmin reflected on the impact that GIS has on his life.. “GIS really left a mark on my life. Other than equipping me to do well in university, the teachers serving here were a great example of how I should live my life and I found myself doing a lot of what they did.”


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Jack Meckfessel and Madison Stoller speak at Elevation Week for Secondary students

Former GIS Staff Jack Meckfessel and Madison Stoller came to speak at this year’s Elevation week. We were so glad to have them back as they led Secondary into a week of drawing closer to God and praising His name.

Grace students sell baked goods at the Community Carnival

Community Carnival made its return after three years! Our whole community was brought together along with the public for fun games and great food. We were blessed with a sunny day that went well with this year’s theme: Let’s go to the beach!

Secondary students participate in an art station during Art Chapel

“Regrowth” is the theme of this year’s Secondary Art Chapel led by Ms.McCall to focus on how God is transforming us and creating new life in us.

Elementary students and staff dress up as their favourite book characters to celebrate March is Reading Month

The theme of this year’s March Reading Month was “Books ARRR a Treasure!” Elementary students had fun reading and completing book related challenges. And of course, the month concluded with everyone’s favorite Book Character Parade!



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