Mahatma Gandhi International School Manila
Mahatma Gandhi International School (MGIS) is an international school established by the non-profit organization Mahatma Gandhi Education Foundation in June 2003. The school is named after Mahatma Gandhi, whose ideals and values are used as a strong force in the school’s educational goal.
The school adopts various programs catering its students of different nationalities. The programs they offer are International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP), International General Certificate of Secondary Education (Cambridge IGCSE), and the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). These programs are used to provide the highest quality of holistic education to its students.
At MGIS, students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities through after school activities. The school explores their students’ creativity through Science and Art classes. Also, the school hosts an annual school play that will let the students shine in their talents may it be through the performance, design, and business side of the event.
MGIS also takes pride of its community involvement programs with its faculty, students, parents and staff. The school does projects such as emergency aid and sustainability projects which are geared as engagement to help the larger community.
Address: 3270-A Armstrong Avenue, Merville Access Road, Pasay City, Metro Manila
Telephone Number: 02-776-1166
Age: 3 years old- 19 years old (for the IB program)
Facilities: sports facilities, Science and Computer laboratories, libraries, and special classrooms
Requirements for Foreign Students: Passport, Special Study Permit issued by BI, and other information
Extra-curricular: After School Activities, Stage Play
Children with disabilities: Accepted
Photo courtesy of: livinginmanilaphilippines.com and MGIS website