Alumna Angel Chew will be challenging herself to climb the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro!

This summer, Alumna Angel Chew (Class of 2018) will be embarking on the adventure of a lifetime in Tanzania, Africa. There, Angel will be challenging herself to climb the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, In aid of the Hope for Children charity. Hope for Children is an international charity that passionately believes every child has the right to a happy, healthy and positive childhood. They have created access to education, clean water systems and healthcare in...


GIS Class of 1982 Alumni Reunion

Recently, Alumni from the Class of 1982 returned to GIS after 37 years! They had a wonderful time meeting Mr Mark Ford (GIS Principal) Mr Matthew Corbett (Head of Secondary) and teacher Mrs Lim, reminiscing together and sharing emotional stories about ‘Life After GIS’. As part of their visit, our Alumni hosted a dialogue session with current Year 12 and Year 13 students. The session allowed our students to learn more about a wide range of professions - including Aircraft Engineering,...


Alumna Natalya Firdaus Khan’s film ‘Little Bear’

The Official Promotional Trailer for the film ‘Little Bear’ is now ready for viewing! The director of this movie is none other than our Alumna Natalya Firdaus Khan, from the GIS Class of 2017. Produced by Lara Blue Crockart, with cinematography by Joey Slocombe and written by Charlie Matheson, you can check out the official trailer here. Earlier this month, we chatted to Natalya about the film, as well as her memories of her time at GIS.   Natalya, what is ‘Little...


Friendly basketball match between our GIS Alumni and GIS students

Our Alumni and current GIS students brought it to the courts for a fantastic game of women's basketball on Friday evening! Although only one team won gold, the true 'gold' was the fantastic experience and special memories made during the friendly match. It was wonderful to welcome back some of our Alumni who participated in this friendly match: Nicole Chan, Marsha Aswani, Adela Hertanto, Mikhaila Teh, Yoshie Seki and Hamizah Jamal. A special thanks to Athletic Director Mr Mark Springall for...


Alumnus Shafeeq Shajahan: Business Consultant and Theatre Director!

We were extremely delighted to have Alumnus Shafeeq Shajahan (Class of 2011) share his talents during our recent Enquiry Week at GIS. During the Year 3 and 4 Enquiry Week, students were researching and discovering more about their creative passions, from singing, acting, dancing to programming for creative projects! Shafeeq was a real delight, sharing his experiences in the theatre and answering the students’ thoughtful questions such as, 'How do you prepare yourself before going...


GIS Alumni 2019 Gathering in London!

We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you for joining our recent GIS Alumni 2019 Gathering in London! We know that many of you have extremely busy schedules, and appreciate you making the time to join us on this special occasion. We hope you had enjoyed the chance to meet fellow alumni and also some former teachers, as well as our GIS representatives Ms Nirmala (Alumni Relations Office) Mr Corbett (Head of Secondary) and also Mr Watt (Head of...


Year 9 Careers’ Day on 8th January 2019

A massive THANK YOU to all of these alumni for taking time out of their busy schedules to join our Year 9 Careers’ Day on 8th January 2019! We really appreciate all of you coming in and talking to our students. Your career insights and tips were invaluable and it's so important for our young people to hear different voices - not just those of their parents and teachers - regarding how to make big decisions regarding their future study and career paths. Our students loved hearing your...


American College of Physicians has named Alumna Tabassum Salam (MD, FACP) as the organization’s Vice President for Medical Education

We are delighted to share that the American College of Physicians has named Tabassum Salam (MD, FACP) as the organization’s Vice President for Medical Education, effective December 3, 2018. Alumna Tabassum Salam from the GIS Class of 1988 completed a Doctor of Medicine (MD), from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and later on completed an MBA at The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. “Dr. Salam is an accomplished and well-respected...


Alumni Dr Jeevinesh Naidu receives the APAGE-JGH Foundation Clinician Scientist Fellowship Grant 2018

We are so proud of Alumni Jeevinesh Naidu from the Class of 1998, who was the recipient of the Asia Pacific Association for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy/Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Foundation (APAGE-JGHF) Clinician Scientist Fellowship Grant 2018. After GIS, Jeevinesh went to Taylors College for A Levels, before attending before the International Medical University (Malaysia) and University of Liverpool (UK) to study Medicine, graduating in...


Welcome Home, Class of 1998 (20th Reunion)

Welcome Home GIS Class of 1998 - Reunion 20 years later on 8th December 2018 at GIS! A great evening of reminiscing, catching up and reconnecting with fellow Alumni and teachers! Special shout out to the organising committee members - Dr Lawrence Loh, Dr Arman Rashid (Ifti), Kevin Phua Wee Seng and Loh Huey Shin! ‘Like branches of a tree, our lives may GROW in different directions, yet our ROOTS remains as one’   Please click this link to view the...