The House System encompasses the entire school. The purpose of the house system is to get younger students to mix with older students and to ensure that students feel comfortable in their new surroundings and make them feel a part of that environment. With the goal of an equal academic and sporting bias, with recognition of the individual, but the emphasis being put on the accomplishments of the entire house. Team points are awarded to the students for exhibiting the attitudes and quality of behavior that exemplify the educational and social philosophies of AISK. Sporting team points are awarded to the houses during the sports day. Academic competitions can include knowledge bowls, science bowls, spelling bees, etc.
The House System aims to encourage student participation in the many varied aspects of school life. It strengthens the school spirit and gives every individual a sense of identity within the school community. The school is divided into four houses; the North, the South, the East, and the West. Students are placed into the houses taking into consideration age, numbers and family members. Immediate family members are placed into the same house thereby encouraging the involvement of the whole community in the house system.
Each house selects a Captain and Sub Captains at the secondary and primary beginning of the school year. Their roles are to help coordinate the events, and their particular house teams, and to act as liaison between students and staff. They are also expected to assist in the collection of house points and to report back to their house with information regarding their standing in the various house competitions.