Kuressaare politseijaoskonna eestvedamisel saab 5. mail teoks merehariduspäev, mille raames viiakse läbi praktiline tund Politsei- ja Piirivalveameti laeval L-112 VALVE. Lisaks lähemale tutvumisele politsei- ja piirivalvetööga, laeva erinevate ametite ja spetsiaalsete seadmetega merepäästetöödeks, toimuvad ka praktilised merepäästeharjutused, natuke jääb osalevatel 10. klassi õpilastel aega ka Ruhnu saarega tutvumiseks. <loe edasi>
Esmaspäeval, 2. mail kogunes siit Saaremaa nurgast ja sealt Saaremaa nurgast KG aulasse kokku märkimisväärne arv lastekooride lauljaid. <loe edasi>
Algklasside riigifestival toimus 29.–30. aprillil Valgas. Meie tubli 2.d klass koos juhendaja Lelet Aavikuga tuli koju laureaaditiitliga. Palju õnne! <loe edasi>
Merekultuuriaasta haridusprogrammi "Näoga mere poole" raames käivad merendusvaldkonna inimesed koolides rääkimas selle valdkonna haridus- ja karjäärivalikutest. Eelmisel reedel kohtus KG praeguste õpilastega meie kooli vilistlane Hannes Lilp, kes on suure laevaremondi ja -ehitusfirma SRC Group juhatuse esimees ja üks suuromanikest. <loe edasi>
On 4 November 1976 a cornerstone was placed on a new high-school building in Nooruse Street. Kingissepa Secondary School was founded formally on 21 June 1978. In 1980 the school was named after Aleksander Mui. In June, 1990 the school's name was changed again into Kuressaare Secondary School. Since March 7 1994 the school was named Kuressaare Gymnasium by Kuressaare City Government.
Kuressaare Gymnasium is an educational institution managed by Kuressaare city, where all three school stages : elementary, basic school and gymnasium function together.
Our aspirations in Kuressaare Gymnasium, our vision and ideals have been summarized in three words: FREEDOM, BEAUTY, TRUTH – we try to do our job so that our alumnae in their future lives would strive towards the ideal expressed in those three words.
Our mission is to work in a way that would make people who are connected to the school say,“ Kuressaare Gymnasium – and you do want to go to school”. In other words, they express their contentment and wish to work or study here.
Our aim is to shape an ethical person, who can cope with life, a lifelong learner; offer as many teachers and students as possible the opportunity to move to the highest level of their self-determination in their understandings and aspirations.
The school's flag was endowed on the school's 20th anniversary ceremony in August 1998.
The schoo'sl logo was implemented in 1994. The author is Liina Õun.
The cap of Kuressaare Gymnasium (blue-black-gold) is a symbol which shows its owner's connection to Kuressaare Gymnasium. For the first time the cap is given to the student on their first day of school or at the cap ceremony, in other cases it can also be given on the anniversary of the gymnasium or at the jubilee events by the school board.
1978 - 1987 Kusti Kokk. Since 1987 to present Toomas Takkis.