GSIS Parent Association

Welcome GSIS Members!

Welcome to the GEMS Saudi International School.  Simply by sending your child to GSIS you have become a member of the GSIS Parents Association (GSISPA).  We look forward to your involvement in our many wonderful GSISPA projects planned for your child throughout the year.

Mission Statement

The GSIS Parent Association supports the development of the unity among parents, faculty, administration, students and staff by cooperating to enrich the lives of the students and guide parents towards a better understanding of the aims, policies and philosophy of GSIS. The achievement of this mission relies upon parent cooperation and volunteerism.

GSIS is for Students by Parents

With your help, GSISPA is able to provide a wide variety of activities such as guest speakers, welcoming of new students, special events, movie nights, homeroom parents for Elementary classes and so much more.  An inclusive network of parents, GSISPA's aim is to build and strengthen the community of parents and families within the school believing that together we can.

 GSISPA is not a place in which parents voice their concerns about school policies or procedures. All concerns and enquires must be sent through the proper channels with the GSIS administrative Team, and not during any GSISPA meeting times.

How can you get involved?

GSISPA's success depends on parent involvement.  Being a GSISPA volunteer is the first step toward making new friends and learning more.  GSISA parent volunteers support many events.  These opportunities offer parents a chance to participate in an area of interest or expertise.  Volunteers are asked to become involved in decorating, organizing festivals, promotions and marketing, and hosting special events. Through volunteering you will see how the success of our students enriches not only our lives but the overall school atmosphere--and you will play a role in promoting our 'Culture of Kindness'.

If you wish to get involved, please send an email to [email protected].

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