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Announcing the GCI Scholars 2017!

On Friday, July 28, 28 Scholars from all walks of life and corners of the globe will gather at the Global Citizens Youth Summit 2017 and become part of GCI’s global community where individuals embrace their unique colorful stories and cultures as they design and implement solutions to global issues that transcend social, economic and political boundaries.


This year’s class represents 35 cultural heritages, speaks 28 languages, and studies in 26 schools in 14 countries!


As GCI prepares to welcome the Scholars this year, allow us to introduce the Class of 2017:



Abdallah

Jordan King’s Academy – Madaba, Jordan










Catherine

United States Kamehameha Schools – Hawaii, United States









Daniel

Canada St. Francis Xavier Secondary School – Ontario, Canada









Elif

Turkey Hisar Foundation Schools – Istanbul, Turkey









Gianna

United States Sacred Heart Greenwich – Connecticut, United States









Giuliana

Chile International School Nido de Aguilas – Santiago, Chile









Haydn

United Kingdom Wellington College – United Kingdom










Ider

Mongolia Orchlon Internation School – Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia









Joe

United States Massachusetts Mayflower Academy – Massachusetts, United States









Karla

United States Animo Jackie Robinson Charter High School – California, United States









Kelsey

United States Greenwich Academy – Connecticut, United States









Kemmia

United States Ravenscroft School – North Carolina, United States









Konstantina

Greece United World College Changshu China – Suzhou Shi, China









Kuzivakwashe

Zimbabwe African Leadership Academy – Johannesburg, South Africa









Kylie

Hong Kong Diocesan Girls’ School – Hong Kong, China










Mako

Japan Tokyo Gakuei University International Secondary School – Tokyo, Japan









Marius

Japan Hiroo Gakuen Junior and Senior High School – Tokyo, Japan









Masao

Japan The American School in Japan – Tokyo, Japan









Matthew

United States King School – Connecticut, United States










Norzin

Bhutan Taktse International School – Gangtok, India









Obaidullah

Afghanistan American International School of Utah – Utah, United States