Australian International School, Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

The Australian International School is committed to excellence in education and offers a combination of robust Australian and International curriculum pathways to ensure our students reach their potential. AIS is the only international school in Singapore for students aged 3-18 years that operates a southern hemisphere school year. 

Located in the heart of Singapore, AIS seeks to prepare and equip Australian leaders to play their part in making a difference for good in what is posed to be the most influential part of the world. AIS students are academically in the high-ability range and experience superior average growth compared to the best performing Australian state or territory – the ACT.  This, combined with daily Mandarin lessons from Prep to Year 5, a 1:1 Apple iPad / MacBook programme from Prep to Year 12 and a dedicated professional learning centre to develop teachers of the highest calibre, ensures AIS students are in the best environment to exceed our expectations, and their own.

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Ages taught

3 - 18 years
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Headteacher/Principal

Mr Andre Casson
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Curricula taught

Australian Curriculum, International Baccalaureate
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Results & Achievements

AIS students are academically in the high-ability range and experience superior average growth compared to the best performing Australian state or territory – the ACT.

In 2013, AIS students scored an average 33.4 points in the IB DP (world average 30.8).

Students also achieved ATAR scores of 75.8 (NSW average 69.20).

Testimonials

“As parents we obviously want to set our children off with the best start in life and a quality education is a significant part of that.  The Australian International School’s reputation proceed it and the reason we ultimately brought out children to AIS was that we knew they’d get a great quality of education.”

Andrew Knott, AIS parent


"Every single one of our values - achievement, opportunity and respect - is truly realised every single day."

Chris, School Captain (age 17)

 

"It is a secure, healthy and inspirational environment for children, which encourages critical thinking, communication between students and teachers”

Jasper, School Captain (age 18)

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