• Thursday, June 23, 2016

Issue 20, 2015-16

  • Congratulations to Class of 2016

    Congratulations to our Class of 2016 graduates who have received acceptance from the following prestigious universities and colleges in the United States and worldwide.    Reported by... read more »
  • Head of School's Message

    Last week, our final awards ceremonies and senior graduation brought a fitting end to another wonderful year at AIS. I felt enormous pride in the work we do with our students, and the deep sense of... read more »
  • Elementary Eagles

    June has been another busy month in the Elementary School! We hosted an Orientation Session for new families whose children will attend AIS starting in August of 2016. Informative workshops... read more »
  • Middle School Matters

    It has been another successful, positive year in the Middle School, and the final few weeks have seen the same energy and focus that began our school year, celebrating and showcasing our students... read more »
  • High School Highlights

    Following the final examinations, high school students have been involved with a flurry of activity days getting beyond our classroom walls to enjoy the last few weeks of the school year ... read more »
  • Interhouse Summary

    The 2015-2016 school year marked an amazing time for AIS high school students to participate in our regular intramural house competition known as the Inter-House Challenge Cup. Events are typically... read more »
  • PTA News

    From left to right: Tiffany Yeung, Bona Yoo, Elizabeth Johnston, Lydia Tam, Jenny Chan It has been a great pleasure to serve as your AIS PTA Executive Committee during the 2015-2016... read more »
  • AIS Career Day 2016

    Our 7th annual High School Career Day was hosted by our School Counseling Office on 8 June, 2016. The event included 18 career presentations for our high school students. Our guest presenters were... read more »
  • Curriculum Corner

    This year's graduation theme was "Making History", and these two words prompted me to think about my history at AIS.  Despite starting here in 1998, I am not the longest standing... read more »