AISB offers an After School Activities Program (ASAP) for all students. Activities run from 2:50-3:50pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in six to eight week sessions. Each Tuesday is open for "free play," and students from Kinder to Grade 12 are welcome to make use of the following supervised spaces: the MPR, the library, the workout room, the playing fields and courts, the pools and the MakerSpace. The library is open during ASAP times for students to get assistance from teachers, or to read, relax or study.
Come Join Us!
Most activities are run by our faculty; but we are a small and friendly school and we strongly encourage interested parents to join us in providing exciting options for students. Our students are eager to share your interests, your skills, and your knowledge. If you can join us, we'd be delighted to hear from you.
AISB also hosts a number of activities run by paid instructors, which are provided to students at a small cost.
New activities are offered each quarter. You may view the current list of activities here.
For questions regarding the After School Activities Program, contact Ms. Yaa Obeng, our Activities Coordinator, at email@example.com or on 2022-4738.
AISB After School Activities Program Statement of Purpose
Adopted February 20, 2018
The AISB After School Activities (ASA) Program is offered to students in grades 1 to 12.
ASAs run every day after school except Thursdays, from 2:45 until 3:50. The ASA year is divided into four sessions of approximately six weeks each.
All students who remain at school during the ASA period must be registered in a supervised activity and under the care of a designated adult. Students registered in an activity are not able to supervise younger siblings who are not registered.
On “FreeZone Tuesdays” any student in grade 1 to 12 is invited to remain on the campus to explore all that our campus has to offer. On these days the campus as a whole is supervised by faculty in each of the “Free Zones”: library, MakerSpace, athletics fields, workout room, foyer, cafeteria and lounge areas. During FreeZone Tuesdays students are encouraged to start an activity or club of their own, to join an ongoing activity, hold meetings, play sports or games, do homework or simply enjoy one another’s company in some congenial space.
The ASA Program is developed with ongoing input from students, teachers and parents. The purpose of after-school activities at AISB is to:
We welcome parent involvement in the ASA program to offer or assist with an activity.