"Ten years of basic education is not enough," agreed Dr. Gerry De La Zerna, GIC Chairman for Senior High School. "We churn out half-baked high school graduates who still lack communication skills by the time they enter college."
|GIC classrooms have printed schedules outside to help students |
and teachers easily find their classes
"One thing we know, GIC is ready for K-12. We've been studying and planning for it for the past two years. At the end of the day, the objective is to have GIC's high school graduates be both industry-ready and college-ready," concluded Engr. Mike.