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Did you know that GIHS has a mobile application? Glenunga International has a School Stream mobile application. In fact, over 1700 users made up of staff and parents have already joined the app. What does the app do for you? With a plethora of features, our app is a...

Congratulations to our Pedal Prix teams for finishing their final race of the season. Our students competed in a 24-hour race that resulted in a wide variety of placings. Our Blue Team came 20th in their category of 74, Orange Team 43rd out of 130...

Students in their final year of school are considered a high-risk group for depression and anxiety. Sleep deprivation, diet, and social media are some of the biggest issues faced by this group of teens. Therefore it is vitally important that a student's mental health is...

The Wellbeing Team at GIHS has recently been discussing the notion of being more empathetic in our lives. In order to be empathetic, we need to have an awareness and understanding of others' feelings and emotions. In today’s society, it is important that we can...

This Thursday lunchtime in the Sam Kellet memorial, we will have Glenunga’s first-ever Charities Day! Student-led clubs will be raising funds for the charity, Médecins Sans Frontières, also known as, Doctors without borders. They are an international medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed...

The state government has released a statewide bullying prevention strategy focused on strengthening responses to children’s bullying both inside and outside the school gates. Bullying prevention requires a whole-of-community response. To develop the strategy, the Department for Education has worked with Catholic and independent school sectors, government...

On Friday we said farewell to 18 Japanese exchange students from Koishikawa Secondary Education School in Tokyo. The students spent 12 days at Glenunga and engaged in a variety of activities ranging from a tour of Adelaide Oval and Haighs Chocolate Factory and a visit...

‘The Hunting’ is a drama series following the lives of four young Australians as they explore the complexities of relationships, identity and sexuality via technology. The series follows the lead-up, revelation and aftermath of an inappropriate teen photo scandal and the impact it has on...

21st Century English lessons at Glenunga! Our Year 8 students have been studying ‘The Bone Sparrow’ by Zana Fraillon. Today, through the magic of Skype students have an opportunity to ask questions and meet Zana Fraillon in our very own Learning Hub. Zana...

This week, Glenunga International High School will be fundraising and supporting for Girl Rising, an organisation that focuses on women’s equality all around the world, fights gender discrimination and it aims to support girls, particularly those who live in countries where their common human rights are taken away. Throughout the week, there will be...