• Thursday, April 28, 2016

Issue 18, 2015-16

  • 2016-2017 Calendar

    The 2016-2017 calendar events are accessible via our web calendar and the respective calendar of your division (scroll the forward button to view events and school holidays until June 2017):... read more »
  • Head of School's Message

    Last week I was co-chairing a WASC Visiting Committee in Korea. This is something I do annually as a way to support WASC’s work across the EARCOS Region. It’s also an excellent... read more »
  • Elementary Eagles

    April has been another busy month for Elementary students, families and teachers! Literacy Week was one of the month’s highlights. We always appreciate parent involvement in our... read more »
  • Middle School Matters

    With plans underway for next school year and the warmer weather finally here, it is important to remember not to let complacency slip into our daily routines.  There is still a lot taking place... read more »
  • High School Highlights

    April has seen high school successes with our Music and Sports programs as well as with our Engineering club. Click here to see pictures from and hear music played at the SEABand Festival by the high... read more »
  • AIS Offers AP Capstone Program in 2016-2017

     The American International School is proud to announce that we have been accepted as one of very few schools in the world to participate in the College Board’s AP Capstone... read more »
  • High School Career Day Recruiting Parent Presenters

    On Wednesday June 8, 2016 from 8:30-11:45am, our school counselors will host our Annual Careers Day for all of our high school students. We would like to invite any of our parents, alumni or members... read more »
  • The Athletes' Track

    Championship Week Comes Bearing Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals The Jr/Sr Track and U14G Badminton teams participated in their Championships this week bringing home several medals as best ever... read more »
  • Curriculum Corner

    Student Voice through Personal Passion Projects The Personal Passion Project (P3) is a student driven program initiated by our Grade 10 advisory program and developed as an important unit of... read more »