There’s something more at Garden International School and it shows.
Results speak volumes. At Garden International School, 100% of our 2023 A Level graduates will enter the universities of their choice. In the last two years alone, our graduates have gone on to Harvard, Oxford, and Cambridge, amongst other top universities in the world. From their first steps on our campus to soaring heights across the globe, their achievements echo the enduring curiosity, resilience, and the confident and determined mindset cultivated by our holistic and individualised learning approach.
Choosing GIS for your child means joining a community that believes in fostering great students and preparing them for life after GIS. We nurture exceptional individuals who embrace opportunities and challenges, committed to personal growth, continual learning, and the betterment of self, family, community, and world.
Prepare your child for a future where they can give the best of themselves to make their unique mark in the world.
TWO TYPES OF SCHOLARSHIPS, INFINITE POSSIBILITIES
GIS Scholarships are designed to empower high-achieving students, providing the opportunity for them to excel academically and personally.
- GIS A Level Scholarship
Eligibility: Open to students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievements, leadership qualities, and a commitment to contributing positively to the school community.
- GIS Creative Arts Scholarship
Eligibility: Open to students who showcase exceptional talent and dedication in the creative arts, including visual arts, music, drama, and more. GIS Creative Arts Scholarship applicants must submit a portfolio of artistic achievements.
HOW TO APPLY
Visit the GIS website HERE to access the application form. APPLY BEFORE FEBRUARY 25, 2024.
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