After attending the Climate Action Day webinar, Mrs. Martin called on GWA students to write their reflections and then take action.
Dr. Susan Marie Martin, Published Author, Interdisciplinary Researcher, and GWA Teacher, Guides GWA Seniors through their Final Research Projects
Learn more about how GWA teaches digital citizenship as an important part of educating the ‘whole child’ during these unprecedented times
Each student agreed that the conference was an exceptionally impactful experience. Rania Alaoui sums it up by saying “nothing could have topped it”.
The theme of this year’s IELCX2020 Conference is “The Global Economy and the Environment”. Our five GWA participants are 11th-graders El Rali Skalli and Rania Alaoui along with 12th-graders Yasmine Rebbane, Niamat Fellah, and Danya Khalifa.
We are thrilled to announce 12 different live stream instructional opportunities that still allow for hands-on learning.
There is much more to online teaching than what you see on the screen.
What parents want to know about GWA’s Online Learning Model, 2020-21
The entire school, the grounds, and buses were sprayed with an antiviral (approved by ONSSA National Office) which eliminates several types of viruses on any surface.
GWA offers an admissions process entirely online - from first inquiry through admissions testing!
This year, newly arriving families and teachers to Morocco will be celebrating their first Ramadan from within quarantine.
GWA boasts the largest children’s library in all of Morocco with over 60,000 titles. The goal, however, is not to have the most books: it is to have the right books.
As Online School moves forward for the time being, this provides a great opportunity for students, parents, and faculty all to work on building their grittiness as a tool for finding success now and well into the future.
At the beginning of the school year, Ahmed El Harouchi was tasked with writing a GWA anthem: A song that would embody GWA’s vision and what GWA students and graduates represent in society.
Flexibility and adaptability help to find comfort with ambiguity amid the rapid changes of 21st Century life. Creativity takes people further, giving an advantage over others merely surviving in these times.
While Online School continues for the next few weeks, the Weekly will feature various elements of 21st Century pedagogy with examples from this online platform of operations. The best-fitted feature for this week of launching Online School is “Comfort with Ambiguity.”
The GWA community salutes the massive effort of all the cast and crew as well as the core team of directors.
GWA presents AIDA next week on March 11th, 12th, and 13th. Every musical performance is the culmination of months and months of time, effort, and energy exploding on stage. Read more about the experience the cast and crew of the spring musical have undergone in order to produce AIDA.
For those who think FIRST® LEGO® League is for students who like playing with LEGOs, it’s actually much more complex than that. This article will summarize the challenges that all teams face during the tournament season and give you a short description of the Innovation Projects our GWA teams have created.
Synapse placed 1st and IncrediBots placed 2nd. We will follow teams Synapse and IncrediBots throughout their creative process until the National Competition.
Mrs. Martin’s, 8th-grade Physical Science students wowed the whole school community by throwing a very successful carnival-style event called Newton’s Arcade.
As the IB Application Portfolio deadline approaches, 10th-graders showcase their portfolio work through presentations, essays, videos, websites, and artistic creations that showcase their ability to exemplify IB character traits.
Moulay Thami is a few kilometers away from GWA, but a world away in terms of opportunity and all the benefits that come with money and privilege. This year, GWA’s lower school is committed to helping to bridge the gap by transforming this village school into a well-equipped and beautiful place to learn.
This article focuses on the Design Thinking approach to solution innovation and strategic planning that the Emerging Leaders Program provided to four of our Juniors this year as well as many years of GWA alumnus.
It is a well-known saying that ‘play is the work of children’. GWA’s Nursery and Discovery classes utilize a play-based learning curriculum model where play is combined with STEAM learning (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) as well as language development and social and emotional intelligence development.
Do you remember the first time you fell in love? It probably wasn’t with another person, it was probably with football, or drawing, or an instrument, or computer programing. The Makerspace at GWA is a space for students to fall in love and find their passion.