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  • Enabling your child
    to flourish through to
    university and beyond

    Ages 12 - 18

Just some of the reasons parents choose our Secondary School

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Creating
Choice

with the best of
International and Australian Curriculums

A choice of the International Baccalaureate Diploma and the Australian Higher School Certificate offers a curriculum suited to your child’s future path. The IGCSE, in Years 9 & 10, delivers academic rigour in preparation for these high challenge programs.

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Building
Resilience

with the Athlete Development Program

Offering the top AIS sportsmen and women the opportunity to train and be coached on a path to university scholarships alongside competitive sporting opportunities across 10 sports, 100 teams and 500 fixtures.

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Inspiring
Innovation

with our
Inventors and Mentors

Internationally renowned thought leaders and experts join AIS to inspire our students to achieve excellence. Recent mentors include 2005 Nobel Laureate for Peace, Dr Mohamed ElBaradei, Australian professional tennis player, Nick Kyrgios and internationally renowned conductor, Richard James Gill OAM.

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Enhancing
Fluency

with
4 language options

A choice of learning Indonesian, French, Mandarin, or Spanish Ab-initio broadens our students’ global perspective. For non-native English speaking students, a Mother Tongue program is offered in 6 languages, and our English Proficiency Program rapidly develops English language skills.

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Developing
Musicality

with
exceptional music opportunities

Elective music options, from Year 8, across the IGCSE, IB Diploma, and HSC offer our students a path to accomplished musicianship.

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Welcome To The Secondary School At AIS

We’re delighted to have this opportunity to introduce life within our Secondary School, here at AIS.

You child couldn’t have any better preparation for their next step; in work, life and to university in Australia or anywhere else in the world. Setting you child up for success, whichever path they choose to take, is our aim.

Our experienced team, educators across the range of international curricula, are best placed to guide your child through challenging academic programs that develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills needed to succeed in our global world.

We believe that success is achieved in an environment that enables strengths and passions to emerge, and our focus on the development of the whole student; as accomplished musicians, top tier athletes, or exceptional artists, is testament to this.

All of this is delivered just a stone’s throw from Singapore’s city centre, in an outstanding campus that allows your child to flourish. 

We’re very proud of the achievements of all of our students at AIS and would welcome the chance to introduce your child to these opportunities.

A Day In Secondary School At AISStarting At 8.25, Follow Sarah Through Her Day

  • January 8:25
    Sarah arrives at school and settles down in Homeroom. Mr Bhogal takes the roll call, after which the Heads of Year drop in to give the daily notices, keeping everyone up-to-date on relevant upcoming school events.
  • January 8:40
    Sarah’s school day begins with Mathematics with Mr Taylor. Sarah and her classmates ask Mr Taylor questions they have on the topic they learned in the previous week, before he introduces a new concept. Mr Taylor prepares the class for their upcoming final IB exam by giving them practice questions from past papers.
  • January 9:40
    Sarah goes to the Senior Library for Theory of Knowledge (TOK), a class that involves the entire Year 11 IB Diploma cohort. Today, Mr Winton gets everyone to share their personal views on the use of cosmetic surgery. Sarah appreciates how her classmates stay mindful of others’ opinions so that they can enjoy lively, healthy discussions and debates.
  • January 10:30
    After a heavy discussion in TOK, it’s time for a break! Sarah joins her friends at the Secondary School outdoor area, where they sit together on couches, eat a morning snack and chat about their morning classes.
  • January 11:00
    Each core IB subject is taken as a double period once a week to allow students to delve deeper into the topic under study. In Chemistry, Dr Jeremiah spends the first hour of the lesson guiding the class in an experiment to investigate ionic compounds. The class then spends the rest of the lesson discussing and recurring their observations from the practical.
  • January 12:50
    Lunch time for Secondary students is a great time to relax but also a good opportunity to engage in various co-curricular activities to complete their IB DP CAS requirements. Sarah heads to the Main Canteen to eat and catch up with her friends before attending a meeting with the Nepal community service group to brainstorm fundraising ideas.
  • January 1:35
    Recharged and refreshed from lunch, Sarah goes for her Spanish Ab Initio lesson. Mrs Debout first shows a video of a Spanish family going shopping, then asks the students to pair up with a friend to re-enact the scene. Role-playing in Spanish helps prepare them to converse in real-life situations.
  • January 2:35
    Sarah ends the school day with her last class – Economics. Today, Ms Lee gives a Powerpoint presentation to teach the theory of the Law of Diminishing Returns. She then invites students to apply the theoretical concept to real-life situations, getting them to create and present their diagrams to the rest of the class.
  • January 3:30
    After school, Sarah completes her CAS requirements through participating in the various co-curricular activities offered at AIS. Today, she has drama rehearsal for the annual Secondary School production.

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Australian International School, Singapore

The Australian International School is the only southern-hemisphere school in Singapore that offers an Australian curriculum-based global education for students from the age of 18 months to 18 years.

This truly international education begins with the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (IB PYP) from Preschool to Year 5, Australia Curriculum for Years 6 to 8, Cambridge IGCSE in Years 9 and 10, and the Higher School Certificate (HSC) or International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB DP) for Years 11 and 12.

Australian International School has a vision to be known internationally as an institution which represents educational excellence in all aspects of its operation. Our school philosophy commits us fully to the notion of a holistic, rounded education, which cherishes the arts and sports as well as academics as essential dimensions of each student’s education. We are equally committed to teaching our students to have a moral commitment to making our world a better place as reflective, caring, knowledgeable and principled people. At AIS, each child is special, each is important.

Where to find us

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Contact

1 Lorong Chuan Singapore 556 818
Tel: +65 6653 2958 (admissions)
Tel: +65 6664 8127 (general enquiries)
E: admissions@ais.com.sg