Our high school program follows the Carnegie Unit (credit) system culminating in students earning an American High School diploma. The level of academic rigor prepares students for admissions to quality universities. They receive an education where their behavioral, academic, social, and spiritual needs are met.
The highly qualified faculty and staff are committed to helping students reach their highest academic potential and position them to be competent worldwide leaders who make a positive difference in their communities.
Many courses are taught at the honors or Advanced Placement level, offering students an unmatched opportunity to earn college credit and to earn a high-grade point average. Students interested in enrolling in our Honors and AP courses should expect higher expectations in terms of quality of work, project or report content and organization with an emphasis on analysis & mastery.
A key graduation requirement is for every student in High School to take part in community service, short-term internships, and J-term as a way of helping others and expanding their worldview.
AIS offers SAT preparatory classes and preliminary tests for High School students. All 8th through 12th graders will take the PSAT and SAT over the course of their high school experience. The school is also a registered SAT exam center. Students continue a six-year plan through high school that helps them transition into the college of their choice.
In addition to academics, AIS offers many choices in sports; soccer, basketball, and volleyball. There are also non-sports clubs students participate in, for example, Model United Nations (MUN), science club, chess and more!