Goshen International Academy started from what was then known as Mercyland International School. The school, established in 2003 by the family of Bishop Kewas, was bought over by the family of Engr. Dom Onoh with a population of about forty, (40) pupils in July 2007. The name was officially changed from MercyLand to Goshen International Academy after one academic session. Engr. & Mrs Onoh with their wealth of experience as educationists elevated the status of the school in terms of infrastructure and quality of teaching and learning. Staff audit was conducted and more qualified and competent teaching personnel were subsequently employed.
Renovation and most times replacements were carried out on dilapidated facilities while the school was expanded with more classes created, continuous effort was constantly put in place to provide a conducive learning environment. The zeal for the provision of world class learning environment for the school, pushed the Director to secure the present cozy location of the school. The new location with its excellent learning ambience has put Goshen ahead of what is normally available in most schools in F.C.T.
Goshen International Academy has achieved a lot of milestone ranging from graduating pupils with commendable results to coming tops in a lot of inter school academic competitions.
Our pupils have participated in several competitions and have come back with commendable results. Our many awards and Laurels attest to this fact.
The school continues to explore new frontiers of excellence by round the clock teacher supervision, facility improvement and infrastructure provision. The present location of the school is second to none in learning ambience and world class environment, coupled with its location on the popular third avenue in Gwarinpa, which renders a lot of locational advantages to our numerous parents and added to the many academic achievements by pupils as evidenced by the plethora of academic certificates, prizes and laurels adoring the school reception, make the school many parents delights. Little wonder the scramble for admission by parents for their children!