Nino Chikvashvili, the visionary founder of the Georgian-American International School Progress network, has made a significant impact on the education landscape in Georgia.
Throughout its remarkable 20-year journey, Progress has grown to become one of the leading educational institutions in the country, with more than 2000 students currently enrolled in its three campuses in Tbilisi, Kutaisi, and Batumi. Nino’s forward-thinking approach to education, combined with her dedication to innovation and international standards, has propelled Progress to new heights.
Leading the Way in Education
Nino’s commitment to excellence extends beyond her schools and educational centers. As the co-chairwoman of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education in the U.S., she collaborates with esteemed experts to explore the integration of technology and pedagogy. Additionally, Progress’s founder serves as an international consul of American education authorized by New York University, further attesting to her expertise and influence in the field.
Nino understands that a school is both a great social responsibility and a demanding business. She approaches this challenge with immense responsibility, utilizing her expertise to the best of her abilities. By embracing cutting-edge methodologies, incorporating technology, and fostering a culture of continuous improvement, Nino has set high standards for the school and its students. The title of one of the leading institutions in Georgia is a testament to her visionary leadership and unwavering pursuit of excellence.
Celebrating 20 Years of Success
Progress celebrated its 20th anniversary this year, marking two decades of transformational education in Georgia. With a core focus on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) education and non-formal learning, Progress equips students with the skills needed to thrive in a competitive job market and prepares them for the challenges of the future.
Progress’s commitment to innovation is further exemplified by its students’ two-time victories in the Millennium Innovation Award, a prestigious accolade that celebrates groundbreaking discoveries. Throughout the competition, Progress students showcased their innovative projects to the jury, ultimately earning the coveted prize of a trip to NASA.
Global Exposure and Educational Programs
The Georgian-American International School Progress believes in raising students as global leaders. The school emphasizes international educational programs and exchange initiatives, providing valuable opportunities for students to explore diverse cultures, broaden their perspectives, and develop a global mindset.
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