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After School Programs

At AISB, we believe that activities outside of school play an important role in the development of our students. The Afterschool Activities Program provides a wide variety of activities suited to our student’s interests and abilities, above and beyond the regular school day. This program is designed for the benefit and well being of all of our students, as well as to build a sense of school community and school spirit. The diverse range of activities that we offer gives our students opportunities to become risk takers, and to develop new skills and passions beyond the academic timetable. Furthermore, our after school program provides students with occasions to socialize with each other and make new friends.

We offer a variety of Activities (free) and Clinics (paid). Clinics are activities that must be paid for, they support the ASA program whilst offering a wider variety, and often more specialized instruction. The payment of clinics is handled through the business office. 

The ASA program runs in three consecutive seasons, September through to June, from 3.15-4.15 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Wednesday afternoon sessions focus on our Mother Tongue program with native instruction for a number of languages.

Activities and Clinics include:

  • Yoga
  • Soccer
  • Vampire Academy
  • Character First
  • Book Club
  • Gymnastics
  • Music and Movement
  • Cooking Isn’t Just Cooking!
  • Cooking Club
  • Card and Board Games
  • Zumba
  • Little Scientist
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Making Instruments
  • Ball and Movement Activities
  • Modern Dance
  • Sewing Club
  • Swimming
  • Wow Lab – Science Club
  • Rising Stars
  • Karate
  • Swimming
  • Rising Stars 
  • Coding for Kids
  • Romanian Language for Beginners
  • Comic Book Making
  • Musical Chorus
  • Destination Imagination
  • Black Box Challenge
  • Tag Rugby
  • Volleyball
  • Trip Around the World
  • Chinese Language and Culture for Beginners
  • Student Council
  • Drama Club
  • Mindstorm
  • Tennis
  • Basketball
  • Sewing Club 
  • Real World Math
  • Read and Feed
  • Roots and Shoots: Let’s Take Action
  • New Zealand Culture and Games
  • Making Instruments
  • Ink Art
  • Architecture Club
  • Journalists Club
  • Photography Club
  • Card and Board Games

Early Childhood

Early Childhood 2 to Kindergarten: children aged between 2 and 6

162 students from 39 nationalities speaking 43 languages

61% of EC faculty holds an advanced degree (MA or PhD)

52 members of faculty and staff look after the Early Childhood

Maximum class sizes of 12 (EC2), 15 (EC3), 18 (EC4) & 20 (KG) children

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EST 1962 by the US Embassy

Local and expatriate families from government, business, and social welfare organizations

Highly qualified faculty with continuous access to current instructional materials, teaching strategies, and professional development.


820 students from 55 nationalities

Top 5 nationalities: 30% Romanians, 15% North American, 5% Israeli, 5% Turkish, and 4% German

223 members of faculty and staff, representing 19 countries and 26 languages. 80:20 foreign to local faculty and 10:1 student to faculty ratios.

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