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GEORGIAN-AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL
11 th competition for International Conference of Young Scientists in Europe was held on 17-24 April, 2004 in Holland. Young scientists were competing with each other in the sections of mathematics, physics, informatics and ecology. The Georgian members of the group consisted of the students of Georgian-American High School XI grade students:
Our students received first prizes in the mentioned category
6 th international competitions of mathematic projects IMPC-2004 was held in the Kazakh-British University in Almaty on May 18-22, 2004. The students of Georgian-American High School, Irakli Baiadze became the winner.
The representative of Georgia was Konstantine Karosanidze from Georgian-American High School became the winner. The 16 th European Union Contest for Young Scientists held on 20-29 September 2004, Dublin Ireland. The topic was “Contemporary Technologies”
As a result of this competition, the director of Georgian-American High School, Mamuka Meskhishvili became a representative of American Mathematics Society, Mu Alpha Theta. This recognition gave the permission to our country to participate in International Olympiad for Science Contest.
EUROPEAN UNION CONTEST FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS held on 24-30 April, 2005 in Poland. The competition was a triumph for our school students:
May 8-14, 2005 the 65th Students’ International Science and Engineering Fair was held in the state of Arizona, Phoenix. It was the first time a Georgian team took part in the fair and the members of the group consisted of the students: Lasha Margishvili and Tornike Mosiashvili.
By the project, the student of our school, Lasha Margishvili received the highest price by the American Math Society: Mu Alpha Theta and Award of $1,000.
Also the success of our school on local level conferences and Olympiads is very important. 14 students became the winners in different subjects. The Ministry of Science and Education of Georgia awarded them with different awards. Among them the most remarkable are 58 Republic Science-Educational Conference in Russian Language and Literature, Ana Giorgadze, Foreign languages winner, Lasha Margishvili, Nino Basharuli, Luba Robakidze, and the mathematics section, Giorgi Kukhalashvili.
2004-2005 school had 9 graduates who showed 100% success record in university entrance exam. All of them became students.
13 th International Conference of Young Scientists was held in Stuttgart, Germany in 2006. The members of the Georgian team were from Georgian-American High School and they were the winners in mathematics section.
On the dates of May 14-18 Indiana State held a group Olympiad under INTEL ISEF. A group from Georgian-American High School received IV place and awards. Group members were: Irakli Baiadze, Lado Meskhishvili, Tornike Kartozia.
59 th Republic Educational Conference in Georgian Language and Literature winners were Irina Pilauri and Lasha Margishvili.
2005-2006 school had 25 graduates who showed 100% success record in university entrance exam. All of them became students.
According to the 2006 report of Ministry of Science and Education, our school was named the first among 10 best schools.
The students of our school were on excursion in Turkey 10 – 17 July 2006. The students were fascinated by the spectacular 14th century Greek Orthodox Sumela Monastery, The beautiful lake Ozunguli, Hagia Sofia in Trabzon and other fascinating places.
58 th International Science and Engineering Fair was held on 11-19 May, 2007 in New Mexico, USA. (INTEL ISEF Competition)
The Georgian team consisted of four students of Georgian-American High School: Giorgi Kukhalashvili, Giorgi Benashvili and Nika Gigashvili, the group of which was awarded IV place in projects section. Lado Meskhishvili, was awarded a special prize of American Math Society.
2006-2007 school had 21 graduates who showed 100% success record in university entrance exam. All of them became students.
The delegation from our school was on excursion in Turkey 20 – 31 July 2007. We were greatly impressed by the fascinating sightseeing of Cappadocia. We saw the places were St Nino and other famous Christian Fathers spent their youth. The Academy established by Father Basili is one of the most remarkable among them. The marvellous “Multistory Cave Houses” of Cappadocia created by nature are really the wonder of the world. We continued our way from Cappadocia to Fethiye , which is situated near Antalia and we spent the rest of our holiday in Oli Denizli, which is one of the best resorts on the cost of Mediterranean. We had the different kinds of excursions every day.
15 th International Conference of Young Scientists of Europe, held on April 16-25, 2008 Chernivtsi, Ukraine. The students of Georgian-American High School received the prices in mathematics and ecology.
May 11-21 State of Georgia hosted a competition INTEL ISEF. Shavla Khokhashvili, Lia Eradze and Ana Bejitashvili received awards in the section of chemistry and ecology.
XIII Young Scientists’ Conference was held through April 22- May 1 st in 2009 in Krakov, Poland. The representatives from 14 countries were competing in four different math sections. Among the participants were the students of Georgian-American High School, which won the silver and the bronze medals: Silver: Irakli Saralidze and Tornike Abramishvili; Bronze: Roma Chalidze and Givi Kakhabrishvili; Bronze: Mirian Meskhishvili, Zaza Kikava and Guram Liparteliani.
11 students of Georgian-American High School were very successful in the Olympiads and received the prizes in different fields:
Among the best 10 were:
On may 29, The Minister of Science and Education of Georgia, Nika Gvaramia awarded the finalist students with I and II degree diplomas, financial awards and personal computers. The school was awarded by a financial award (5000 lari) and a diploma for the outstanding achievements.
The tradition of awarding students with golden and silver medals upon the graduation has been revived for the academic year of 2008-2009 and 16 students of our school became medalists, 6 of them earning the golden medal.
Graduates of the year of 2008-2009 passed the national entrance exam successfully and all of the students became university students. One of the student, Teona Petriashvili was accepted to New York University of Economics.
Second International Ecological Conference was held in Amsterdam, Holland on the dates of January 2-8, 2010. The following students of Georgian-American High School successfully participated.
The Tour participants went on excursion to Holland and Belgium where the students went on sightseeing in Amsterdam and Brussels.
A group of students from Georgian-American High School attended an international conference, ISYC in Indonesia, the island of Bali, on the dates of April10-19, 2010. The members of the group included:
Georgian Group spent two days in a magnificent city of Singapore. Its amusement park has made a great impression on the students. In Indonesia we found ourselves in the previous centuries while Singapore expressed itself as the city of the 22nd century.
Our students were awarded different prizes in 64th Educational Republic Conference:
Among the mentioned, very successful was Bagrate Khatiashvili, who was among the five most brilliant in Georgian Language and was awarded a special award by the mayor of Tbilisi. Nika Gugulashvili and Ivane Papiashvili also received awards from the mayor.
The winners of the 1st stage of the National Olympiad announced by the National Examinations Centers were 51 students in all subject groups. 18 students became the finalists and were awarded three week vacation in educational camps: English Language – Tamar Dvalidze, Givi Makharadze, Vano Kikvilashvili. Georgian language – Tinatin Enukidze, Russian Language – Ana Toloraia, Eka kakubava, Amiran Azikuri, Tamar Khatashvili. History – Davit Tsertsvadze, Levan badashvili, Nikoloz Butkhuzi, Ketevan Petriashvili, Tamar Dvalidze. Geography – Giorgi Kashibadze, Levan Badashvili, Guram Khakhiauri, Ucha Jvarsheishvili, Giorgi Zarnadze.
Among the best ten in Georgia were: History- Levan Badashvili and Nikoloz Butkhuzi, Geography – ucha Jvarsheishvili and Giorgi Kashibadze. Giorgi Kashibadze was among the three best.
10 students of our school were invited to an intellectual game “Etaloni”. Students were very successful. XI grade student, Vano Papiashvili became the winner.
Television Company “Rustavi-2” held a Talent show, where the 10th grader, Avto Gogeshvili made many people in Georgia remember him.
Graduates of the year of 2009-2010 passed the national entrance exam successfully and all of the students became university students.
A student of Georgian-American High School, Nia Khachapuridze has won the first place in the national Olympiad of Georgia in Biology. She represented Georgia in Taiwan on the World Championship.
The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia awarded 6 student of Georgian-American High School: Levan Badashvili, Giorgi Qashibadze, David Qenqadze, Ana Davitashvili, Lizi Kiladze and Keti Tpchishvili by a three week English summer holiday camp.
Students of Georgian-American High School showed great success in CAT exams of school leaving exams. The Georgian-American High School is among the three most successful schools in Georgia. Mariam Patsinashvili, 12 grade student of Georgian-American High School had the best result in Georgia. The president of Georgia awarded the student and her head teacher; The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia awarded her by a three week English summer holiday camp.
At the end of the 2010-2011 Academic year, Georgian-American High School had 50 graduates, all of which became students of prestigious and successful universities in Georgia. Most of them received full and partial grants for their higher education.
In May, 2011 the minister of Education and Science, Dimitri Shashkin visited Georgian-American High School. He got acquainted with school environment and the teaching process. The minister made a speech about the authorization of the public schools.
The ministry of Education and Science of Georgia gave Georgian-American High School the status of the best private school in Georgia.
School successfully underwent the accreditation process.
In the process of branding, the ministry of Education and Science of Georgia assigned 9 stars to Georgian-American High School (the maximum existing number of stars in Georgian schools)
A team from Georgian-American High School took the third place in the international competition of schools in mathematics held in United States.
Our teachers were successful in teacher certification as well. 91 % of our teachers are certified by the ministry of Education and Science of Georgia 14 out of them passed the computer and English literacy test and 7 of our teachers are among the best 25% of the teachers in their own fields.
From 2011, our school is involved in the social program for a homeless child.
The 1st stage winners of national Olympiad were 228 students, the 2nd stage - 182, and the 3rd stage - 18.
American mathematicians association (MUALFHATHETA) awarded our students by IV place in the Olympiad.
A team from our school was awarded the first place in the competition of “Young Parliament” and “Debate Tournament”, The Projects initiated by “Young Vision - Georgia” 112 students of Georgian-American High School successfully passed different Cambridge level exams at British Council, the official representative of Cambridge ESOL examination.
Lazarski University, one of the best English teaching universities in Europe invited the students of Georgian-American High School offering them special discounts for their studies.
One special prize and two bronze medals were awarded to the students of Georgian-American High School at the XIX International Young Scientists’ Conference, Nijmegen, Holland.
As in the previous years, this year Georgian-American High School has a winner of FLEX program, Future Leaders’ Exchange Program initiated and financed by the Congress of United States. He will study in an American High School for one year.
Our students have shown remarkable results in school leaving Computer Adaptive Tests in 2012, as a result the school receiving a financial reward from the Prime Minister of Georgia.
Georgian-American High School signed a long-term agreement on cooperation of English language teaching with “ECC”, a language center in Malta. Our students accompanied with the head teachers travelled to Malta and attended a summer course program.
The students of Georgian-American High School were successful in University Entrance exams of 2012. All of the students became enrolled in prestigious universities. The majority of them received a state scholarship.