Basic Level (Grades 1-6)

At Tishki Gasha School, we understand that the foundation of a strong education is built during the formative years. Our Basic Level, encompassing Grades 1 through 6, is designed to provide a nurturing and stimulating environment where young learners embark on their educational journey. Here, we lay the groundwork for academic excellence by emphasizing fundamental skills in subjects like mathematics, science, language arts, and social studies. However, education at the Basic Level is not limited to textbooks alone. We encourage curiosity and creativity, fostering a love for learning through interactive and age-appropriate activities. Our dedicated teachers are committed to nurturing the potential within each child, ensuring that they not only acquire essential knowledge but also develop critical thinking skills, social competence, and a strong moral compass that will serve as their guiding light as they progress to the High School level.

High School Level (Grades 7-12):

Tishki Gasha School's High School Level, spanning Grades 7 through 12, marks the next phase of our students' educational journey. During these crucial years, our focus shifts towards preparing students for higher education and the challenges of adulthood. We offer a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum that encompasses a wide range of subjects, allowing students to explore their interests and passions. Our dedicated faculty members employ innovative teaching methods to engage and challenge students, fostering critical thinking, problem-solving, and leadership skills. In addition to academic excellence, we place a strong emphasis on character development and responsible citizenship, ensuring that our high school graduates are not only well-prepared for college and careers but also equipped with the values and qualities that make them compassionate, ethical, and socially responsible individuals. TGS High School is a vibrant community where students are encouraged to dream big, set ambitious goals, and work diligently towards achieving them, ultimately becoming the leaders of tomorrow.