We are excited to share that this week we have received news that two of our current Year 11 students and one of our former students have achieved “Top in the World” Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards for the IGCSE examinations that they sat at AIS in November last year; Jo-Lie Ang for Mathematics, Callina Liang for Drama and Natalie Lim for Business Studies and Food and Nutrition.Read the whole article >
Before the start of Term 1, AIS created a partnership with the Australian High Commission, Asian Civilisations Museum and ReDot for a project called ‘Erub Arts’. Erub, also known as Darnley Island, is one of the most remote communities in Australia, located 160km north east of Queensland's Cape York Peninsula.Read the whole article >
Award-winning Australian author Alice Pung visited with our Year 11 & 12 English students yesterday to share her story about growing up as an ‘other’ in Australia and the state of multiculturalism in Australia and Singapore. She also spoke about the ripple effects of history on a first-generation immigrant family.Read the whole article >
Inviting industry experts to the School to speak to our students, and organising excursions where they have the opportunity to visit professionals from different industries is a crucial way in which we inspire our student body and bring our teaching to life.
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The Australian International School (AIS) was honoured today to host Professor Robert F. Engle III, who received the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2003. He visited AIS as part of the School’s extensive Mentors and Inventors program.Read the whole article >