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American International School in Egypt is committed to supporting students in their quest to discover and pursue their passions. We will help students develop skills and interests both in and out of the classroom. Our American and international curriculum provides a rigorous academic program complemented with a rich palette of clubs, activities, and opportunities outside the classroom. 


At AIS Egypt, we invite students to share their passion for the arts, led by fine and performing arts specialists whose love for the arts is contagious. Starting in Early Childhood, students will dance, sing and paint, developing an awareness and appreciation for the arts. This carries on with age appropriate classes and activities through Middle School and right through to the IB Diploma where students can literally put their talents on the world stage.

Our athletic programs provide students with opportunities to develop physically, mentally and emotionally so that they can use these experiences as a vehicle to reinforce essential life skills. Being part of an athletic team can play a major part in the overall educational experience at ASB. We will endeavor to offer age appropriate sporting activities from an early age and by middle and high school we will offer a variety of competitive sports that students can participate in. We will participate with other international schools in Bahrain and will join international leagues so that students can travel for inter-school competitions.

We believe that participation in activities outside of the classroom is just as important as the classroom itself. We provide a wide variety of activities for students so they can follow their interests and develop new skills. These activities will be provided at lunch time and after school. Activities may be offered in the following areas: Dance, Drama, Sports, Yoga, Music, Robotics, Coding, Fine and Performing Arts, Gaming, Debate, Model UN and others as students express interest.

We strive to involve students and parents in a number of events and activities held throughout the school year, including the Annual Family Picnic and Talent Show, Book Fairs and Reading Week. These projects are designed to serve as community building activities and as a means of further communication between students, parents and teachers in a relaxed and supportive location within the campus grounds.