All students enrolled in grades 6 to 12 as well as their parents have an account on our e-platform called ManageBac. This platform is meant to offer students support and families information about schedules, tasks, class details and assignments. Regular ManageBac training sessions are provided for parents but if you have questions or issues accessing your account, please contact the School Registrar, Laura Amza at firstname.lastname@example.org .
At AISB we believe that regular homework is an important element of improving student learning and the developing skills and attitudes that support our students in their post-secondary education. Homework is defined as out-of-class tasks assigned to students to extend, continue or elaborate upon previous classroom work, or to prepare for future classroom work. Homework encompasses all school work or activities that students are required to complete outside of the normal school day.
The homework policy of AISB aims to help students establish a healthy balance between commitments in school, after school, and at home. Please check with the Secondary School office (Simona Stan – email@example.com; 021 2044315) for the homework policy.
Regular and timely attendance is integral to the teaching and learning process, as most learning activities and experiences cannot be duplicated outside of the classroom. Given the value we place on attendance and punctuality, we have established the following policies and procedures to help ensure students attend regularly and punctually. Please check with the Secondary School office (Simona Stan – firstname.lastname@example.org; 021 2044315) for the attendance policy.
STRUGGLING WITH TRANSITION?
The Secondary school section of our school benefits greatly from the help of several Counselors:
- Oddny Bakke – Grade 9 & College Guidance Counselor
- Tim Battersby – HS & College Guidance Counselor
AISB helps a lot with the transition of students and parents so make sure you reach out.
A variety of competition levels are arranged with other schools and clubs in the local area and AISB is a proud member of CEESA (Central and Eastern European Schools Association). Our membership in CEESA and other organizations such as ISTA and AMIS provide our students with excellent opportunities to participate in a wide variety of academic, cultural and sporting events.
We look forward to welcoming you on the first day and thereafter. In the hope that your stay at AISB will be engaging and inspiring, please let us know if there is anything else we can help with so that you feel fully prepared.
Catalina Gardescu | Manager of Admissions & External Relations | engage prepare inspire | Email email@example.com
American International School of Bucharest | Phone +40-21-2044333| Fax +40-21-2044384 | Mobile: 0721 301 345
Please see below the daily schedules per school sections. As classes start promptly at 8 AM, please make sure students get to school on time.
During the first week at school all grades in the Early Childhood 2 through Kindergarten level will be dismissed at noon.
Early Childhood & Primary Years Program
Classes start promptly at 8 AM every day of the week and end at 15:00 PM every day except for Wednesday when dismissal is at 14:00 PM.
If your child is absent please notify the office – Cristina Iordache – firstname.lastname@example.org or 0212044301
Any child at school beyond regular class hours who is not participating in an after school activity and is not under direct parental supervision will be sent to the After School Care (15:00 onwards for EC and 15:05 onwards for ES). Parents will then receive an invoice for this service.
Classes start promptly at 8 AM every day of the week and end at 15:10 PM every day except for Wednesday when dismissal is at 14:00 PM.
If your child is absent please notify the office – Simona Stan – email@example.com or 0212044315.
Any late arrivals must report to the Secondary School office.
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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.
830 students from 53 nationalities
Top 5 nationalities: 28% Romanians, 18% North American, 6% Israeli, 4% German, and 4% Korean
180 members of faculty, representing 31 countries and 17 languages. 80:20 foreign to local faculty and 10:1 student to faculty ratios.