I started Soul Clinic in the year 2004, shortly after moving back to Ghana from Jerusalem, Israel. Naturally, I was a bit nervous about starting a new school in a different country but I was warmly welcomed and fit in quite easily. I met a lot of amazing people and made great friendships. I quickly found myself looking forward to school everyday. I pretty much began to engage in a lot of extracurricular activities as well. The cooking club, the music club and of course, the modeling club where I got to meet Mr. Kofi Ansah alongside other great fashion icons. Amazing experiences that I will never forget. It was also in Soul Clinic that I discovered my passion for music, something that is taken quite seriously there and this played a big role in moulding me into the worshipper that I am today. I’m currently part of a Christian music worship group called “ Tehillah Ministry” and was the Music Director of my campus church choir these past two years. I am definitely looking forward to putting my own music out there someday as well. But Soul Clinic wasn’t just about the fun for me. After all, I was there to learn as well. Excellent teachers coupled with a great curriculum resulted in me getting pretty good grades throughout my time in school. It served as a great foundation for me academically and today I am a 5th year medical student in an awesome school. Eventually, I wrote my IGCSE exams in 2014 and graduated with a distinction. But that didn’t end there. The McCauley’s have been consistently checking up on me ever since and for that I am grateful. An amazing school with amazing experiences.
Find out why students want to study at Soul Clinic International School
While focusing on instilling in our students the importance of their academics and to embrace learning we also believe in tapping into their talents, gifts and interests.
Like any parent, we want your child to achieve and soar in Soul Clinic International School and more importantly; we want each student to feel cared for and at ease.
SCIS sincerely has a strong community feel. After 53 years of education seeing students and parents over the years still keeping in touch is testament to the commitment of friendship between both the students and their parents.
The initial representation of school is where students come to learn, but learning at SCIS goes beyond the classroom. We strongly believe in addition to academics lessons can be learnt outside the classroom which are vital in the preparation of a child’s life.