AISK VIRTUAL CAMPUS IS OPEN
AISK students are all in school and learning is happening!
We are happy to say that we are able to offer families that are looking for the right fit education for their child/children a virtual shadow experience. For more information please explore our Distance Learning Program
Our Admissions Team is working remotely during this time and remains available to answer any questions you may have via email or Skype/Google Hangouts Conference. If you have not yet been in contact with a member of the Admissions Team, we would kindly ask you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can admit new students at this time and are happy to have them join our Distance Learning Program.
Students from Early Years right up to Grade 12 participate in community service activities throughout the year. The range of outreach programs is as diverse as the student body and changes from time to time. You will see students participating in the island wide beach clean up and younger students working at the zoo. The holistic approach to lifelong learning instills a sense of service and pride in our students and enhances our modern approach to learning.
Visit young teenage mothers and support individual growth through games, conversation, photographic sessions, courses, and other activites.
Provide holistic childcare that meets the physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual needs of our children in a safe and stimulating environment, thus enabling the children to become capable, contributing adults in society.
Students discover their inner strengths by reaching out to an animal in need; specialties vary from assisting in the clinic, fundraising, exercising and socializing the dogs, and developing one-on-one relationships.
Students go to the Learning Centre at the hospital and work with the children on educational activities.
Students take part in activities that contribute to the advancement of education, the relief of poverty, and other charitable objects beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole.
Students visit the residents of the homes and spend time socializing and reading with them.
Students join efforts for a period of two consecutive days and build a home for a needy family.
Students support children with cancer who need pediatric cancer care.
Students clean the beach of litter and the tons of plastic bottles and debris.
Assisting children from Jamaica who suffer from severe diseases.
Assist the children from the inner-city communities of Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Students introduce underprivileged Jamaican children to the benefits of sports by donating items and providing mentoring and support. The aim is to develop young leaders that will achieve excellence and add value to their communities
Support and develop educational projects for the young people of Jamaica who cannot attend school.