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  • The oldest international school in Romania, AISB, aims high to cutting-edge education, building unique design & engineering center
    by Salwa Khalil on October 9, 2017 at 11:12 am

    The American International School of Bucharest (AISB) has new plans for the upcoming year. After the success of the Early Learning Center, just inaugurated in August, the story goes on, with more infrastructure expansion in store and most of all, with a brand new idea, unique in Romania: to set up a Design & Engineering […] The post The oldest international school in Romania, AISB, aims high to cutting-edge education, building unique design & engineering center appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

  • Enrollment reaches record high for the 2017-2018 school year at the American International School of Bucharest
    by Salwa Khalil on September 7, 2017 at 12:46 pm

    The American International School of Bucharest (AISB) opened its doors to the 2017-2018 academic year on the 22nd of August with a record of 950 students. Enrollment went up by over 100 students compared to last year, of which 215 of these students are in middle school and 290 are in high school. The students […] The post Enrollment reaches record high for the 2017-2018 school year at the American International School of Bucharest appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

  • The Elephant in the Class
    by Salwa Khalil on June 29, 2017 at 8:27 am

    By Ioana Nanu // As published in ‘Dilema Veche’ nr 695, 15-21 June 2017 Romanian teachers in public schools practice cursive reading particularly within reading circles, on the rare occasion when they do exist. Therefore, cursive reading is practiced outside of course hours, while I, through a biological analogy, bring the elephant into the classroom, which […] The post The Elephant in the Class appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

  • AISB: The most sought-after universities for graduates are those in the US, UK, and Continental Europe
    by Salwa Khalil on June 12, 2017 at 12:29 pm

    Between 2014 and 2016, over 90% of AISB graduates enrolled to undergraduate study programs at over 100 universities worldwide, including those in Bucharest, more specifically, the Academy of Economic Studies (ASE). The most sought-after universities that AISB students choose for their higher education studies are in the US – among them George Mason University, Boston University, UCLA, Berklee […] The post AISB: The most sought-after universities for graduates are those in the US, UK, and Continental Europe appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

  • AISB is investing 6.5 million Euros in an Early Learning Center dedicated to preschool children
    by Salwa Khalil on January 18, 2017 at 11:33 am

    The American International School of Bucharest is investing 6.5 million Euros in an Early Learning Center dedicated to preschool children between two and five years old, announced Robert Brindley, the Director of the institution. The capacity of the campus will be of 190 children and for the 2017-2018 school year, AISB estimates that 100 children […] The post AISB is investing 6.5 million Euros in an Early Learning Center dedicated to preschool children appeared first on AISB NoticeBoard. […]

PastPresent

Past & Present

AISB was established in September 1962

In the groovy 60s there were 10 students from 3 countries taught by 2 teachers in 3 rooms in Vasile Conta

The Shaky 70s saw 100 students and 20 faculty and staff from 20 countries pass through the halls of the Popa Chitu building 

120 students and 20 faculty and staff from 30 countries called Costinescu their campus in the Tumultuous 80s

40 nationalities were represented in the Changing 90s by 350 students, 60 faculty and staff and 3 campus locations around Bucharest

The New Millenium brought a 10 hectare purpose-built campus to 800 students and 200 members of faculty and staff from 55 countries

AISB currently serves the needs of over 940 students from 60 nationalities and has a faculty and staff force of over 230 dedicated professionals representing 19 countries. Two expansion plans are currently underway.

 

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