Students can specialize their skills and knowledge to represent AISK and become a Hurricane. To join The Hurricanes, students sign an athletic team contract. Upon signing this document, athletes and parents agree to terms including; commitment to training, academics, personal and social responsibility.
The Jamaican Independent Schools Association coordinates a variety of competitions between independent schools. AISK currently enters the JISA Football league with U12 Coed and U19 boys.
the Hurricanes Varsity Teams
TRAINING STARTS: Mon August 26
U12 Coed Football
This 11 a-side Hurricanes team enters The Jamaican Independent Schools Association Football league. This is a combination tournament that starts in zonal mini-leagues and finishes in national knockout finals.
Training: (TBC) Last year's training days were - Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Competition Date Range: End of October - End of November (TBA)
U14 GIRLS & BOYS - BAHAMAS
The 6-a-side team begins training in August for Football Fest Tournament at Lyford Cay International School, Bahamas.
Grades: 5-8 (Students born in 2005 or later)
Girls Training: (TBC) Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday at 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Boys Training: (TBC) Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Trip Dates: 1 - 4 November 2018
Trip Cost: US$900-US$1000 (Estimate)
Trip Leader: Allan Roper
This 11 a-side Hurricane team enter The Jamaican Independent Schools Association Football league. This is a combination tournament that starts in zonal mini-leagues and finishes in national knockout finals.
Training: (TBC) Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Competition Date Range: End of January - End of March (TBA)
This Hurricane team enters round-robin and mini tournaments around the kingston area. If suitable the team will also be entered in the ISSA U19 Girls Football League.
U19 GIRLS & BOYS - SoccerFeva
The 6-a-side team begins training in November for our very own international tournament, here at AISK, Jamaica.
Girls Training: TBC
Boys Training: TBC
Competition Dates: March 6 – 7, 2020
Traveling Student Hosts Needed: March 5 - 8, 2020
AISK's Tennis Hurricanes are our largest Hurricanes varsity sport in terms of age range that compete. Last year, our U10's overcame Hopefield to be crowned Champions and U12's also made the finals. This year AISK will also enter the Annual Mayberry Investments Middle and High School Championships.
Middle and High School Basketball begin training in September for our U19 and U16 teams. The U14s team start training in January all our teams will play friendly matches and mini tournaments against local schools. If suitable teams will be entered into the ISSA league.
AISK launched a new swim team this year and with the opening of our Desmond Blanes Aquatic Centre, swim training has become a part of the school curriculum. The AISK Swim Team regularly enters the Prep and High School, National Championships, which are held at the National Stadium. We earned great results last year and we will continue to strengthen our squad in 2019.
AISK launched its Polo team in September 2011. This was the first school Polo Tournament to be formed in Jamaica and the Caribbean. The Hurricanes have successfully won all its annual matches against a local school.
The Clay Shooting team is one of our biggest teams and this is thanks to 'Uncle Khaleel' Azan who is the driving force behind youth clay and skeet shooting across the island. Being the coach for the national team, Uncle Khaleel is an excellent mentor to our young athletes. AISK has two main National Inter School Championships; The ATL Automotive Inter-Schools Shooting Tournament and the Tastee Challenge Inter-School Shoot.
Our recent graduate Danzell Knight was also responsible for hosting a Charity Clay tournament for two years which has made large donations to the Jamaica Society for the Blind. You can read more about that here and here.
AISK's golf team is guided by Jason Lopez who Jamaica's National Junior Team Coach. Based out of Constant Spring Golf Club in the heart of Kingston, it is a beautiful place for students to work at their golf game, discipline, etiquette and patience! We currently have one varsity competition per year on island, but are collaborating to grow golf as a school sport across Jamaica.