ADMISSION FOR STUDENTS
Admission procedure is as follows:
- Complete and fill the application form.
- Submit with the required documents.
- Once the registration fees are paid, the potential student will be evaluated and asked to complete a test in order to gauge the academic level of the student.
- After the test, the child along-with the parents will have to appear for an interview with the Principal.
Pre Kg -VII – will be conducted by the admissions department, based on the written aptitude tests of the student and their multiple intelligences. mental organization, creativity and critical thinking skills. based on.
Online Admission Form
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
School commences in the first week of April and concludes in the third week of March from next academic year.
Regular school hours are as follows: For students in KG to Grade 12- the school day starts at 9:00 AM and ends at 4.15 PM
The CBSE curriculum gives rigorous training in problem solving and application of principles. It is more conceptual.
State Board is more competitive than CBSE. It needs more of memorizing the concepts. Many students opt for state board syllabus after completing X in CBSE, as they are able to get an easy score. It is highly textual.
- Indian Curriculum with international recognition
- Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) to assess child's progress
- CBSE is offered in 28 countries
- There will be two exams conducted by the Board – Class 10 and Class 12 level
- Oldest and internationally recognized curriculum from the U. K.
- External validation like Primary Check point and Secondary School check point administered by Cambridge
- Cambridge curriculum is offered in more than 150 countries
- Two Check point examinations (optional) conducted by CIE at end of Year 6 and Year 9.
Compulsory examination is conducted by CIE at the end of IGCSE (year 11) and A levels (2 years after completing IGCSE)
English, Tamil, Hindi, French are the languages taught. The medium of instruction is English and it is mandatory to use English in the campus.
Yes. They can.It is easy to cope with and score more marks as the teaching methodology helps them to acquire the skills needed.
A hostel block, separately for boys and girls, with well-ventilated and spacious Air conditioned rooms, will accommodate students from class IV to class XII
Parents may wish to pay yearly once or half yearly. Payment mode can be done as Online Payment or by cash mode.
For K1: 3+ years as on 1st June of the relevant year.
For K2: 4+ years as on 1st June of the relevant year.
For Class 1 : 5+ years as on 1st Junes of the relevant year.
AIS has a host of activities which facilitates holistic development. Inter-house, Inter-school and international level competitions will focus on bringing out the potential of every child.
Yes. Excursions and educational trips are a part of the active learning process in AIS campus. These are organised on a regular basis. Field trips are an integral part of learning at AIS.
With a firm focus on holistic education, sports are an integral part of the curriculum at AIS campus. The school has facilities for table tennis, badminton, basketball, skating etc., amongst others.
There will be a Parent-Teacher Meeting twice a year while distributing the achievement reports. However, whenever needed, parents can email the coordinator /Principal or make an appointment to schedule a meeting with the coordinator /Principal.
Teacher training is given top priority at PAIS campuses campus and all teachers are provided a high standard of training every year.
As an International School, AIS encourages students to understand and appreciate all cultures through regular activities and celebrations. All occasions of celebration are given equal importance without any discrimination.
Upon admission, every parent must submit a duly filled in medical form available with school office. In keeping with international standards, an in-house qualified medical nurse is available throughout the school hours, to attend to all minor injuries and provides first-aid. For major emergencies, the student will be taken to the nearby hospital and parents will be informed simultaneously.
Yes, we ensure that the lunch and snack options from the cafeteria are healthy, balanced and appropriate for our students and their developmental needs.
You may also choose to send a lunch from home. A lunch brought from home should include healthy options, such as a sandwich, fruit and/or vegetables, and a drink.
Children need to carry books to the School as per the time table for the day. The School may retain some of the workbooks and notebooks of children, which they can carry home for the weekends or for home-based assignments.
Home work is an integral part of the middle school curriculum and serves to reinforce what has been taught in class. However in primary School curriculum, homework will be very minimal and non-stressful.
- Copy of Student birth certificate.
- Copy of Student Aadhar.
- Original Transfer Certificate.
- Colour passport size Photographs (4 pc)
- Copy of academic or progress report from previous school attended
- Copy of Immunisation Record/Medical Record of the child