Nursery and KG
The curriculum of Nursery I and II along with the Kindergarten follow the Montessori teaching method for a variety of topics. Montessori education focuses on building character and developing skills.
The Primary school combines the British and American curriculum to teach the students a variety of subjects ranging from the Bible to math and science, along with PE and art.
The Middle School focuses on the Cambridge Lower Secondary to prepare students for the IGCSE. The programme also emphasizes studying the Bible as its main focus.
High School runs the Cambridge Curriculum and prepares the students for their IGCSE Exams. The programme emphasizes studying the Bible as its main focus.
EDUCATIONAL GOAL OF GIU INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
- We educate our children to attain the whole measure of the Fullness of Christ (Ephesians 4:13).
- To transform our children to become mature people, who are not ashamed to serve God, others, and nation (II Timothy 2:15).
CENTER FOR ACHIEVEMENTS
Irene Yaa Frimpomaa Sasu
My alma mater.
I loved their facilities and the teachers. It was a great experience studying here.They are all friendly and patient. Aside that ,they really trained us in a God fearing way .
Seth Owusu Agyei
GIU Christian Academy is an institution of high repute. The school environment is very attractive and serene. There is a Montessori system for nursery and kindergarten pupils. The school combines the Ghana Education Service curriculum/Ghanaian System, the British curriculum and the American Curriculum at the Primary level. At the Junior and Senior high school levels, they combine the Ghanaian System and the Cambridge System.
Boarding facilities are available to High School students.
It has well equipped Science laboratories as well as a standard computer laboratory.
The added advantage is that your wards will be trained the Christian way with strong emphasis on service to God, nation and mankind.
“GIU International Christian Academy is one of the few schools in Ghana which emphasises your child’s holistic development and teaches him/her that hard-work and perseverance are the major ingredients to deserving and rewarding success. Laziness is a vice and sinful to God at GIU. You are assured that your child is in a real-time, innovative and productive practice-oriented school but not in a business as usual school. “