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English schools in Europe

Ghana - Accra
School:American International School of Accra

AIS operates as a private non-profit school to serve the national and international community. AIS provides quality education in the traditions of classic, conservative ethics and values. The school ministers to the whole person; therefore, its program is directed toward individual development and enrichment in the following areas: intellectual, physical, moral, spiritual, and social. The program incorporates citizenship training, character development, personal values, and ethics.

Emphasis is placed on instilling respect for citizens of all nations and specifically the country of Ghana, our host nation.

American International School (AIS), one of Accra's newest international schools, has its roots in an organization whose history in international education is a quarter of a century in the making. AIS strives to provide a quality education which prepares students for the challenges of the 21st century by allowing them to realize their full potential.

AIS fosters a family atmosphere inside and outside the classroom setting. Teachers get personally involved in order to help students and teachers develop a strong family bond. The school has many social events for parents, teachers, and children to get to know each other.

American International School of Accra is a member of the Network of International Christian Schools (NICS). NICS, headquartered in the United States, operates schools around the world. AIS will be seeking dual accrediation.

AIS students and teachers represent many different nationalities. Even though school enrollment continues to grow, it still offers small classes and individual attention to students in classrooms with low teacher to student ratios.

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