As we look forward to welcoming students on campus in August, you may access items in the list below by clicking 2020-21 SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS AND FORMS
- Academic Calendar
- 4 Day Calendar
- Health Status Form
- Tuition Schedule
- Campus Protocol
- Travel History Form
- EYP - Grade 5 School Supplies List
- Grade 6 - Grade 12 School Supplies List
- Uniform Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Please contact the Admissions Office as soon as you think that you would like to send your child to AISK. Whether you are moving to Kingston from overseas or a local parent looking for another option of schooling for your child. There is no need to have secure plans in place to make an initial inquiry.
Every admissions decision is based on personal qualifications as well as space availability within grades, divisions and categories. Therefore, we suggest that you gather your application materials promptly and then submit completed applications as early as possible.
We accept applications throughout the school year. There are exceptions for students wishing to take the International Baccalaureate Diploma; these students need to be enrolled by the second week of the first semester of Grade 11.
Yes. As part of your visit we arrange a short meeting with any of the above persons. Please give us sufficient notice so that we may schedule this meeting at a mutually convenient time.
An application file is INCOMPLETE and will not be evaluated until all supporting documents have been received by AISK Admissions.
If there is no space available in a grade for which an applicant has been accepted, the applicant can remain on a wait list until a space becomes available. The applicant will be required to pay a nonrefundable, nontransferable deposit against AISK fees. As soon as a place becomes available you will be contacted so that your child may commence classes at the start of the upcoming semester.
Each student's record is considered carefully. Usually, Southern Hemisphere students who finish a grade in their home country in December will augment their learning with an additional semester at that same grade level at AISK. Normally, a student is not immediately promoted to the next grade level, as it would mean skipping a full semester of that year's work. While this can be disappointing, we've seen that most gains parents hope their children will receive by immediate promotion do not materialize because of gaps in learning and/or process. Any exceptions to this policy are determined by the Principal on the basis of school records, the applicant's age, and the results of the placement evaluation.