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02 May 2017

AIS Joins The South East Asia Student Activities Conference (SEASAC).

Published by Claire Ettinger
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At the Australian International School, the development of character and the sense of team is every bit as important as the development of skills and fitness. AIS athletes are relentless in their pursuit of sporting excellence and they all understand the importance of playing with a higher purpose; to play for the person next to you, to play for all who came before you and those yet to wear the green and gold jersey.  We also value the team spirit developed off the sports field, which contributes to the sense of determination needed to become the very best each student can be in the classroom and in their personal lives.

It is therefore incredibly exciting for us to share that this weekend the Australian International School was invited to join the South East Asia Student Activities Conference (SEASAC).  Being part of this organisation will provide AIS students with the opportunity to compete against athletes from top international schools across SE Asia in 12 different sports. In addition, an active Arts and Model United Nations competition will also be open to our students.

We’re delighted to be able to join the schools that are already members of SEASAC and look forward to contributing to the competitions at every level.





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