AISB was founded in 1962 by the US Embassy to serve the educational needs of the American and international expatriate community. As the school has grown, many local Romanian families have become part of the school community together with expatriate families from government, business, and social welfare organizations.
AISB has a richly diversified population of approximately 830 students from 53 nationalities attending Early Childhood 2 through Grade 12. Romanians comprise approximately 30% of the student population, North Americans 14%, and Israeli, Germans and Japanese 4% each. The balance are from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Australia, and South and Central America.
The purpose of the AISB Alumni Association is to further the school’s goals in a spirit of friendship and cooperation in order to achieve our mission:
“AISB engages learners in a rigorous and balanced international education, prepares them to realize their full potential and inspiresthem to be successful and responsible global citizens.”
Romania is a republic in Southeast Europe, bordering the Black Sea, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Hungary, Serbia, and Moldova. It has an area of 238,391 square kilometres (92,043 sq mi) and a temperate-continental climate. With 19.94 million inhabitants, it is the seventh most populous member state of the European Union. Its capital and largest city, Bucharest, is the sixth largest city in the EU.
- Romania Insider
- Tourism in Romania
- City Compass
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The PTO is an organization of parents and teachers whose goal is to support the education of AISB students by fostering relationships among the school, parents, and teachers. The PTO strives for continued parental involvement to help build a better educational environment for our children.
We provide resources to assist teachers and administration in doing their best work. Through fundraising, the PTO is able to donate funds to purchase equipment for the school. We are also involved in efforts to help the local community.
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.
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.