AIS Profile

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.

Chronology 
School founded 1986
First graduating class 1989
Student Council established 1992
Parent-Teachers' Association established 1998
Academic Curriculum
US Standards-based Curriculum including The Common Core State Standards (EC1 - Grade 12) 
US Advanced Placement Courses including AP Capstone Program in High School 
Student Demographics
Whole School 845
Elementary School 415
Middle School 150
High School 280
AIS Families  740
Nationalities  31 (19% American)
Staff Demographics
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)
Classroom Demographics
Teacher to Student ratio 1:13
Average Elementary School class size

EC1 to G1J: 19
G1-5: 22

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%