Why study at GDQ International Christian School?
Our primary aim is to prepare children to serve the Lord in society with excellence, wherever they live later on. We encourage students to develop a biblical worldview and apply their faith. The teaching staff represents a variety of Christian denominations. We are sensitive to the diversity represented in our school community and seek to maintain a comfortable and accepting atmosphere in which students are free to explore, learn and creatively express themselves. In addition to our high academic standards, we work to instill character qualities such as patience, kindness, humility, generosity, honesty and loyalty.
Who can study at GDQ?
GDQ offers a full K-12 programme. Admissions is granted to those children whom the school finds qualified for admission and able to abide by GDQ school rules. Children must be 5 years of age on or before 31 August to begin kindergarten.
Believing that God has created each of His children with individual learning styles and preferences, GDQ seeks to honor the differing strengths and developmental rates of its students. For this reason, GDQ also has a policy regarding the admissions of children with special needs.
At the present time, all children must hold an international passport or have permanent residency in a country other than Albania. This is a legal requirement set by the Albanian Ministry of Education.
In order to make an initial enquiry for your child, please fill out the student enquiry form.