Tyler Ware, 2013 Graduate
"One of the things I loved about HSGC was the after school opportunities that were avaliable, mostly ran by Global Kids. These opportunities, such as The Human Rights Activist Project and National Honors Society, helped me develop my leadership and public speaking skills, as well as exposed me to the idea of professionalism."
Ivonna Heath, 2014 Graduate
"One thing I like about HSGC is the diversity of the school. Being form a diverse country, being able to move to another country and still find a rich difference in culture helped my transition. Some became a part of my family."
Lucero Lopez, 2014 Graduate
"HSGC opened many doors for my future. Programs at HSGC like Global Kids have showed me a different view of the world. I couldn't have chosen any other school than HSGC."
Cenielle Rodriguez, Senior
"Being at HSGC has been a great experience with much more to come during my upcoming senior year. Being able to participate in the school's hip hop team has been one thing I have loved . I was fortunate to go to a coding event called Made with Code that exposed me to the success of female coders, which is something I want to do in life. HSGC is a great school and offers many fun and beneficial opportunities for the future."
Sabon Johnson, Senior
"One thing that I love most about HSGC is that there is a lot of diversity and culture. Also that they open your eyes a lot about college. Students should come to The High School for Global Citizenship because of the variety of programs and opportunities that are offered such as Global Kids, Peer Leaders, NHS and much more."
Brianna Logan, Junior
"The one thing I love most about my school is the relationship between the teachers and students. The efforts our teachers make is only to pave a road to success for each and everyone of its students."