AISK campus is temporarily closed.
The school currently does not have a confirmed case of Covid-19.
We have instituted our Distance Learning Plans and are in communication with our families.
Parents, please contact your Division Principal for any questions.
The 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 email@example.com
We can admit children at this time and are happy to have them join our Distance Learning Plan.
JAMAICA CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (JCDC)
The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) is an agency of the Ministry of Youth and Culture, established in 1963 to develop and foster cultural excellence in the areas of visual and performing arts. Through the annual staging of the JCDC Festival of the Visual and Performing Arts Competition, the talents of many Jamaicans of all ages are exposed and developed. Competitors are placed in categories based on age, and compete for Gold, Silver & Merit awards while representing their schools or entering as an individual.
In the last 3 years the AISK administration has entered our students in the Visual Arts, Dance and Drama categories and we have enjoyed immediate success in all three genres.
Modern Contemporary - "Dash "- gold
Folk C - "Passages" - gold
Praise Dance - "Breathe" - gold
Solo - "On My Own" - gold
Duet - "Twin Souls"- silver
COMPETITION & EXHIBITION 2012
Luca Khouri was the top artist in his age group and category. Earning himself a gold medal the trophy and cash and other prizes
Hee Hay Moon
Competition & Exhibition 2013
On Sunday, December 22, the Jamaica Visual Arts - Competition & Exhibition 2013 Awards Reception was held at the Jamaica Conference Centre. The reception was sponsored by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission and turned out to be a momentous occasion for AISK. Art instructors Betty White and Denise Robinson were welcomed to the reception by the JCDC Cultural Coordinator with the greeting, “Congratulations, your school has swept away the top awards!” After the main exhibition, the gold and silver medal pieces will be a part of the all-island touring exhibition. Awards earned by AISK students and educators include:
3 Gold Medals:
- Zoe Browne - Grade 2
- Britney Durrant – Grade 6
- Hee Hay Moon – Grade 12
4 Silver Medals:
- Zoe Browne
- Eden Blake,
- Alex Loughlin - Grade 6
- Hee Hay Moon – Grade 12
15 Merit Awards:
- Bruna Melo
- Lila Tantr
- Niall Tantary
- Sara Hughes
- Mila Chang
- Avi Shah
- Chloe Bowers
- Jimena Crowther
- Kyle Haddad (2) - Grade 6
- Vivek Chatani – Grade 6
- Sydney Dawes – Grade 10
- Tamara Lewis – Grade 12
- Da Bin Bae – Grade 12
- JP Da Villers – Grade 12
The islands Top Teacher Awards:
- Betty White
- Denise Robinson
TOP SCHOOL SUMMIT PRIZE
2011 GOLD MEDALISTS
AISK Dance Ensemble entered the JCDC Dance Competition 2011 for the first time in the Modern Contemporary category, and won the Gold medal in their class. It was a great experience for the AISK Dance Ensemble members
2013 Gold Medalists
AISK Dance Ensemble dominated the JCDC National Honours Competition. The girls won:
- Most Outstanding School for Creative Folk Dance
- Most Outstanding School for Modern Contemporary Dance
- Trophy for Most Outstanding School in Class 4 (the best school in the entire island in their class).
jcdc DRAma Competition
2013 Bronze Medalists
AISK’s Drama Club earned bronze and silver medals in the JCDC performing Arts Competition. This was the first year the AISK actors entered this competition.
The small group production of Actor’s’ Nightmare received a bronze medal for its production, just shy of the silver medal by .07 of a point. The Actor’s Nightmare also received bronze medals in the categories of design and acting, silver for directing, and a merit award for technical management.
- Nicholas McKenzie playing the part of George
- Miranda Melhado for the part of Sarah.
- Miranda Melhado also entered the Sonnets, Psalms and Shakespeare category of the JCDC speech competition. Miranda earned a bronze medal for her performance, also narrowly missing a silver medal.