Galaxy International School Unites Ghana With 33 Nations

Galaxy International School has celebrated its 11th intercultural festival by bringing students from over 33 nations together in Ghana to learn and embrace each other's culture.


The festival was also aimed at helping students to adopt the idea of seeking dialogue and tolerance first in any conflict resolution process especially these days that there is so much uproar.

Galaxy International School 33 Nations .
Galaxy International School 33 Nations .

The event which took place in Accra was themed “Towards Global Peace” Kept Everyone on their seats as they were eager to catch a glimpse of the spectacle that was being shown by 33 participating countries through the cultural display of flags, clothing, pictures, souvenirs and different dishes from different countries.

More so, the event was meant to remind youth about the need for peace with regards to cultural and ideological differences.

And to prompt to the rest of the world that maintaining peace should be at the core of humanity.

The Principal for the Secondary Section, Mr. Hakan Karaman stated that” we are indeed happy to have students from over 33 nations and that it is this multinational nature that makes Galaxy Int. School so diverse and yet so unique”.

He went on to explain that “the mission at Galaxy School apart from educational objectives include fostering greater understanding between cultures.

With such background rich in culture and diversity it is only proper that it is channelled in a manner that all can witness and appreciate”. The theme for the occasion is to lay emphasis on how important it is to peacefully co-exist in order to promote unity and harmony.

However, he commended the various embassies of participating countries and other well wishers for their support as well as teachers, students and especially parents for their unflinching support through out the preparations.

He was hopeful that Ghana would continue to serve as a bridge between the two countries and continue to play its role in making the world a better place.

Mr. Samuel Otopah Ntow, Director, Pre-tertiary Private Schools-GES, the Chairman for the occasion in his speech emphasised that to understand and be able to live with other people peacefully, there is a need to know each others social orientation, customs, tradition, religion, language and many more .

He was grateful to all who had gathered and congratulated Galaxy for yet another feat.

By: Isaac Kofi Dzokpo/

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