Institution Facts

The Australian International School is the only southern-hemisphere school in Singapore that offers an Australian curriculum-based global education for students from the age of three to 18 years.

This truly international education begins with the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (IB PYP) from Preschool to Year 5, Australia Curriculum for Years 6 to 8, Cambridge IGCSE in Years 9 and 10, and the Higher School Certificate (HSC) or International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB DP) for Years 11 and 12.

The Australian Curriculum (AC) underpins our entire curriculum from Preschool through to Year 8. By benchmarking to the AC content and standards, we can ease the transition between Singapore and the home country of the majority of our students, and also enable parents to understand more clearly how their children are performing relative to the national cohort.

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Where the learning happens
The Australian International School has three main buildings across its campus, dividing the sub schools. The Main Building, opened in 2003, houses the Primary and lower Secondary Schools while the Junior School building was opened in 2008. Located here are students in the Preschool and the Junior School. Adjacent to these two campuses is the Peter Bond Senior School which opened in 2010 for students in Years 10, 11 and 12.

We have 188 classrooms built for learning. While the student teacher ratio differs between schools, the classrooms have a maximum capacity of 25.

Admission Procedures

AIS aims to make the admissions process a pleasant, straightforward experience. Please note that admissions meetings and school tours are available by appointment only. To enquire about availability of places, request more information or to book an admissions appointment, please contact the Admissions Department at +65 6517 0247.

Application Process

Step 1:
Prospective students need to submit all required forms and documents online and pay a non-refundable Application Fee in order to be considered for admission. To submit an application please click here. Applications are considered in chronological order of receipt. Each applicant is reviewed individually and independently.

Step 2:
Once the required forms and documents have been submitted and the Application Fee has been received, the Admissions Office and the appropriate school administration will review the application file. More information, tests or interviews may be requested. Families will be notified by email of the outcome.

Step 3:
When a place is offered and an email acceptance of a place has been received, payment of the facility fee must be paid within 7 calendar days of the receipt of the invoice. If the Facility Fee is not received within 7 calendar days, priority will be given to other applicants. The Medical Examination Form will need to be completed and returned prior to the student’s start date.

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