The Ghana Christian High International School (GCHIS) is a non-profit organization established to educate the young people of Ghana in the nurturing and admonition of the Lord, preparing them for university study and the work place, providing an enviroment for enriched academic growth and development, and focusing on each student as a unique creation of God. The school subscribes to the truths of Christianity as revealed in the Bible.
Four-years of high school prepares the student for the Cambridge University General Certificate of Education. Ordinary and Advanced Levels (GCE/O and GCE/A) or their equivalent, West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) examination of North America.
All students follow a broad and balanced curriculum offering a minimum of two years and a maximum of four years of academic training. At the end of the first two years, students take the GCE Ordinary Level Examination. Students may opt to remain for an additional year or two. All students are encouraged to take SAT in their third year. Students remaining for one additional year (year 12) may, at the end of that year, take the WASSCE. Those who choose to remain for two additional years will at the end of that period take the GCE Advanced Level examination.
The school is governed by a School Board and a Board of Trustees and accredited by the Ghana Education Service of the Ministry of Education.