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The Australian International School

Post by Pal » Mon, 15 Jan 2018 1:38 pm

The Australian International School’s “Globally focused, distinctly Australian” approach provides students with an international education that is underpinned by the Australian curriculum. Our philosophy commits us fully to the notion of a holistic, rounded education, which cherishes the arts and sports as well as academics as essential elements to each student’s education. We are equally committed to teaching our students to have a moral commitment to making our world a better place as reflective, caring, knowledgeable and principled people. At AIS, each child is special, each is important.
What Makes AIS Different & Why Parents Choose Us:

1. The Outdoor Education Program – Extending learning beyond classroom and into the natural environment to develop character, resilience and environmental awareness.

2. The Athlete Development Program (ADP) – Unique to the Australian International School, our ADP offers an elite training stream for our talented young athletes.

3. The Young Musicians Program – 16 music ensembles, 3 choirs and over 100 performances each year enable your child to pursue their musical aspirations and develop self-confidence in the Arts.

4. Early Learning Village – Our Reggio Emilia-inspired learning environment is purpose built for children aged 18 months to 6 years, with every detail designed to support your child’s learning journey.

5. Academic Excellence – Last year AIS students achieved 4 Top in the world IGCSE results and a 100-percent pass rate in the IBDP.
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