We foster a love of learning, while providing students with an international education

Our Respected International Curricula

Our STEAM  School AISS provides your children with a global education passport, equipping them to study anywhere in the world.

We foster a love of learning, while providing students with an international education that is tailored to their strengths and interests.

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AISS offers a diverse and full range of enquiry based, hands-on teaching methods and individualized instruction

Learning Overview

The American curriculum is based on high standards of achievement in all subject areas. This broad and balanced approach is supported by a wide range of co-curricular activities which equip all students with the skills they need for the 21st century.

The American Diploma is accepted for entrance by all US universities and colleges and is increasingly recognized by other universities around the world.

STEAM Education is based  on strategies designed to engage students in learning at high standards , including academically based community service, civic education, environmental education, place based learning, service learning, and work-based learning.

AISS inspires student engagement in every classroom with a simple, powerful, and comprehensive digital learning environment.

As a STEAM School, we are dedicated to offering our students a wide-range of opportunities to allow each student to develop their skills and pursue their individual interests.

To facilitate this, we have both co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Activities include both individual pursuits and team building activities for all students .

AISS is an inclusive school. The STEAM vision for Inclusive Education is that we achieve excellence together by all students receiving the support they need


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While the main language of instruction is English, we celebrate our diversity and believe that understanding and respecting it leads our students to becoming true global citizens. The world is also consistently becoming more and more globalized, so why not help the next generations to fit in?