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 (Early Childhood to Grade 5) 415
Middle School (Grade 6 - 8) 150
High School (Grade 9 - 12) 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%