BGS - 16 წლისაა!
BGS celebrates its 16th anniversary!
ერთადერთი ორატესტატიანი (საერთაშორისო ბრიტანული და ქართული) სკოლა
The only school in Georgia issuing two certificates (British International and Georgian)
BGS - 16 წლისაა!
BGS celebrates its 16th anniversary!
ერთადერთი ორატესტატიანი (საერთაშორისო ბრიტანული და ქართული) სკოლა
The only school in Georgia issuing two certificates (British International and Georgian)
BGS - 16 წლისაა!
BGS celebrates its 16th anniversary!
ერთადერთი ორატესტატიანი (საერთაშორისო ბრიტანული და ქართული) სკოლა
The only school in Georgia issuing two certificates (British International and Georgian)
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St. George’s BGS in Tbilisi was established as the first British-oriented Secondary School in 2003, under the name of British Connection. In 2013, it was renamed St. George’s British-Georgian School, which is already an international institution consisting of all stages: Primary School (Key stage 1 and 2), Basic School (Key stages 3 and 4) and Secondary school (6th form).

BGS is the only registered member of the Pearson Edexcel International Examination Centre in Georgia, and is entitled to deliver IGCSE and A Level exams to its students locally.

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Dr. Cristofer Greenfield

Emeritus Head writes….

I visited BGS at the end of the summer semester. I write this as I leave the school at the end of my visit. I am delighted to have attended the graduation ceremonies for our Grade XII, V and of course, Grade 1. The outstanding aspect of these events, for me, was the contributions made by the students themselves, a true celebration of a learning community.

The school continues to grow, but is as friendly and focused as ever. I see our students developing academically, culturally and personally. I have gone into many classrooms on this visit and have made very positive assessments of the quality of learning and teaching that is taking place. I have confirmed that the arrangements made by the school for the British International examinations are precisely as required by the British authorities.

I look forward to some very pleasing results when the examination final grades are published in August. I also look forward to the stat of the new academic year, with more students and the conclusion of an ambitious redecoration, repair and renovation programme. Have a great summer!