International Education

American International School, LusakaFor students from 2 – 18 years Independent, coeducational day school.
International Baccalaureate World School offering:
•Primary Years Program
•Middle Years Program
•Diploma Program and American High School Diploma
•Accredited to Council of International Schools
•Accredited to Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
•Member of Association of International Schools in Africa
•Member of International Schools Association of Zambia
Special Needs Department for students with mild learning difficulties.
English as a second language Department.
Counseling Department.
Guidance Counselor to assist with College applications.
Conveniently located close to main residential area of Lusaka. Set in 23 acres of land in semi-rural area.
Purpose built facility with 11 classroom blocks, library, 3 computer laboratories, and 450 seat performing arts center.
One to one iPad program in Secondary, and 4 class sets for Primary use.
Sports facilities include 3 fields, 3 swimming pools, 2 tennis courts, a gymnasium and a multi-purpose covered court.
Sports offered include: Field Hockey, Soccer, Cricket, Rugby, Tennis, Basketball, Tennis, Track and Field, and Swimming.
After school activities available for students from K – 12. Activities include: Team sports, Horse riding, Karate, Ballet, Drama Club, Computer games, Chess, Student Council, SAT Prep, and Model United Nations.
School year runs from August to June.
School hours:
Play School / Pre School / Pre K: 0725 – 1200
K – 5: 0725 – 1400 (1230 on Fridays)
6 – 12: 0725 – 1430 (1245 on Fridays)
School cafeteria available serving hot lunch, snacks and drinks.
Approximately 500 students.
2 classes per grade:
Play School / Pre School: Maximum 16 students per class
Pre K: Maximum 17 students per class
K – 5: Maximum 18 – 20 students per class
6 – 12: Maximum 20 – 22 students per class
24% of students are American
33% of students are African
35% of students are European
8 % of students are from Middle East / Australasian
Governed by 7 member Board of Directors, two members of which are appointed by US Ambassador. Two are association-elected members working for the US Mission and three are association-elected members from the community at large. http: //