The AIS Mission
To provide a comprehensive and challenging academic program that develops life-long learners and prepares students to meet the responsibilities and expectations of global citizenship.
*The following figures are based on September 2016 statistics.
|First graduating class||1989|
|Student Council established||1992|
|Parent-Teachers' Association established||1998|
|US Standards-based Curriculum including The Common Core State Standards (EC1 - Grade 12)|
|US Advanced Placement Courses including AP Capstone Program in High School|
|Elementary School (Early Childhood to Grade 5)||415|
|Middle School (Grade 6 - 8)||150|
|High School (Grade 9 - 12)||280|
|Nationalities||31 (19% American)|
|Teaching and administrative staff||75|
|Teaching and administrative staff holding university degrees & professional teaching qualifications||all (44% holding post-graduate degrees)|
|Nationalities of teaching and administrative staff||13 (43% American)|
|Teacher to Student ratio||1:13|
|Average Elementary School class size||
EC1 to G1J: 19
|Average Middle School class size||16|
|Average High School class size||17.5|
Click here to view a list of university and college acceptances for our recent graduates.
Click here to view 2016-2017 High School course listing and course descriptions.
Click here to view 2016-2017 High School Profile.
54 AIS students received AP Scholar Awards from the College Board including 19 AP Scholars, 17 AP Scholars with Honor, 18 AP Scholars with Distinction and 2 AP International Diploma awardees in 2016. (Click here to view the awardees.)
Total of AIS AP Students with Scores 3+: 131
% of Total AIS AP Students with Scores 3+: 92.3%