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  • AIS School Events & NewsJune 27, 2023
    Senior Spotlight: Adjoa Fordjour (Class of 2023) York University, Canada (President’s International Scholar, 2023)Adjoa Fordjour began her studies at Association International School in August 2016.She was selected as one of 20 extraordinary applicants globally for the prestigious President’s International Scholarship of Excellence at York University, Canada this year. The President’s International Scholarship of Excellence recognizes international high school applicants who demonstrate academic excellence, commitment to volunteer work, extracurricular activities, and leadership skills. Recipients of this scholarship represent a variety of regions around the world and are referred to as “President’s International Scholars.”Adjoa Fordjour intends to pursue a BSc. Electrical Engineering at York University. Physics, ITGS and Mathematics were her favorite courses at Association International School. Adjoa hopes to spearhead a change for green transportation systems in the world and looks forward to taking full advantage of York University’s excellent research resources and facilities to achieve this.In the summer of 2022, Adjoa was selected as the only high school student to participate in the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences-Ghana (AIMS-Ghana) Girls in Mathematical Sciences Program. She accepted this challenge willingly, and true to her commitment and dedication, successfully completed this training by undertaking a research project on the “Cubseat Prototype”. This program inspired her to establish a mentorship program on our campus dubbed the “Girls in STEM Project” where she mentored 15 girls, and enrolled them in a UN-recognized program called Girls in STEM organized by Academic City College, Ghana. Adjoa has served as the President of the Student Representative Council at Association International School, Founder and President of the Interact Club, and Co-Organizer of the Rare Disease Initiative, “the Run-for-the Ribbon Marathon” and the Student Connection Project.We wish Adjoa all the best at York University. We know that she will excel. Congratulations Adjoa! [...]
  • AIS School Events & NewsJune 2, 2023
    AIS HOLDS UNIVERSITY MINI FAIRAssociation International School hosted a University Mini Fair on Wednesday, the 31st of May, 2023 at 10:00 am. The event was organized by the Graduate Guidance Group. Students from MYP to DP had one-on-one sessions with representatives and alumni from leading UK universities at AIS in the 5 Loaves and 2 Fish Auditorium. The universities represented included the University of Nottingham, the University of Leicester, Nottingham Trent University, the University of Portsmouth, the University of Wolverhampton, Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, Loughborough University, the University of York The representatives offered counseling and orientation sessions to prospective students and sponsors/guardians to better understand the degree programmes, rankings and statistics, tuition fees and scholarship opportunities for students, entry requirements and application deadlines, etc.   [...]
  • AIS School Events & NewsJune 2, 2023
    AISPA SPEARHEADS AIS @ 60 FÊTEOn Saturday, May 27, 2023, the Association International School Parents Association (AISPA) in collaboration with AIS@60 Events Committee organized a bazaar. Over 50 exhibitors, business owners, and organizations from the food and beverage industry, apparel and footwear, cosmetology, literature, toys, and games, among other industries, mounted stands and set up canopies for the event, which started at 9:00 am. The venue was abuzz with parents, teachers, faculty, and members of the general public purchasing goods and services amidst the continuous rain showers from morning till late afternoon. The fête was fun-packed as you could see parents, children, and the general public beaming with smiles. Patrons were treated to sumptuous delicacies. Book, game and beauty products lovers were not left out as provisions were made for them. At 6:00 pm the event came to a close, with attendees promising to return for the next edition.   [...]
  • AIS School Events & NewsJune 2, 2023
    AIS@60 Launch & Founder’s Day    Col. George E. Amuah’s (rtd.) vision of building the perfect school for his children was cast in brick and mortar six decades ago. Over the years, Association International School has gained recognition as one of the sought-after schools in the country. The enduring legacy of our founder includes both celebrating victories and surviving tumultuous times. We are celebrating the 60th anniversary of Association International School this year, which spans six decades of resilience, knowledge, and truth. On May 24, 2023, the 60th Anniversary celebration was officially launched during an exquisite ceremony at the AIS Five Loaves and Two Fish Auditorium in Airport Residential Area. Our celebrations got off to an emotional and thrilling start with our #AISat60 Launch and Founder’s Day. The Early Years students narrated the life of our founder with phenomenal prowess. All of the performances were astounding, vibrant exhibitions of ingenuity and hard work. We would especially like to extend our gratitude to all of our invited guests, parents, students, staff, and alumni for their tremendous support. We are grateful to all our guests who graced the occasion: our honourary guest President John Agekum Kufuor, who was represented by former Minister of Health, Hon. Abraham Dwuma, our special guests of honor: Hon. & Mrs. Alan Kyerematen, Hon. & Mrs. Alex Afenyo-Markin, Hon. & Mrs. John Ntim Fordjour, Hon. & Mrs. Bryan Acheampong, Hon. Elizabeth Ofosu Adjare our special guests: Mr. Chief Kuffuor, Mr. & Mrs. Nick Amartefio, Ms. Goldie Akuffo-Addo, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Kyerematen, Mr. Casely Doryumu,  Mrs. Akua Annan, Ms. Chris Edusei, Ms. Korkor Amarteifio, Bishop Kwarpong, our alumni: Archbishop Ampofo, Mr. Sulemana Abubakar, Ms. Rebecca Agbenu, Ms. Naa Armanuah Ankrah, Mr. Mike Akoto, Mr. Peter Ananti-Tetteh, Mr. Ebo Arko Carlis, Mr. Albert Frimpong, Mr. Nat Laryea, Ms. Debbie Oppong Peprah, Mr. Micah Bruce, Mr. Kwaku Blay, Mr. George Quaye, Mr. William Ofori-Appiah, Mr. Terry Adjei, Mr. Philip Longdon, Mrs. Kay Bentsi-Enchil, Mr. Odai, Ms. Ivy Mensah, Ms. Elizabeth Amoah, Mr. Maurice Quansah, Mrs. Asantewaa Anda, Ms. Gladys Kafui Segbefia, Ms. Gladys Naaku Buckle and Mr. Paul Ankrah. [...]
  • AIS School Events & NewsMay 25, 2023
    Early Years Wows at AIS@60 Launch & Founder’s DayEarly Years at Association International School are the most exciting, enchanting, and enlightening group. As we nurture their curious minds and provide them with opportunities to develop skills and character. Play, along with music, dance, and dramatic expression, is a crucial component of our curriculum. The Early Years of AIS wowed the audience at this year’s 60th Anniversary Launch & Founder’s Day with their impeccable performance, unmatched confidence, and heartfelt portrayal of the founder, Col. George E. Amuah (rtd), through a dance-drama in which they swayed in various genres and eras. With their subtle satire and comedic timing, they had the audience in stitches. The most impressive aspect of it was that they accomplished this without assistance from any of the adults present on stage, demonstrating that they have developed self-management skills and a can-do-it-just-trust-us attitude. You will enjoy snippets of their unforgettable performance in our series on media — “Beginnings” – the name of the dance drama. Here’s to our little AIS STARS…. we are so proud of you.   [...]
  • AIS School Events & NewsApril 25, 2023
    AIS Jacketing and Prefect InvestitureBY: PERPETUAL AYIKPAH Association International School has held its 5th Jacketing Ceremony for DP1 students. The ceremony which was held on 21st June 2023 at the school’s auditorium saw in attendance the Head of School Mrs. Audrey Doryumu, The Dean of Students Ms. Ashley Doryumu, the Human Resource Manager Mrs. Joann Ofori, and other members of the faculty. The Jacketing Ceremony commenced at 2:40 pm with an opening prayer by Mr. Theophilus Sarpong and a word of exhortation by Mr. Harvey under the theme: “The role of the Holy Spirit in our lives”. The latter encouraged faculty and students to seek the discernment of the Holy Spirit in all their endeavors.   JACKETING Jacketing which signifies the ushering in of a new breed of student leaders and transitioning them into authority was concurrently done with the Investiture of New Prefects popularly known as badging or pinning of prefects. 36 DP1 students were jacketed and spontaneously assumed the title whereas 22 student prefects were inducted into office. Speaking at the ceremony, Mrs. D highlighted the biblical significance of jacketing by quoting Aaron’s call to priesthood and the mantle given to him as a cloak of authority. “Therefore as Christians, our call to leadership is to better equip us to lead the flock entrusted in our care in the precepts of God by commissioning them into God’s light,” she said. She reiterated to the student body that it is prudent to accord the prefects the utmost respect stating that the prefects are the highest student representatives of truth and knowledge in AIS. 22 DP1 students were inducted into office, key among which were the SRC President Miss Amani-Amina Iddrisu, the Head Boy Master Bryan Acheampong, and the Head Girl Miss Vera Fayorsey – Deku. A panel comprising of 7 facilitators was commended for the time, resources, and knowledge imparted to the newly inducted prefects during the grooming stage, which has nurtured and braced them to assume their leadership roles. The newly inducted prefects were charged to be ambassadors of AIS and uphold the core values of the school. Subsequently, the entire student body and faculty prayed concurrently for MYP5 and DP2 preparing to sit for their external examination. Mrs. D announced a few changes in the usual morning routine or schedule which was to take effect on Tuesday 25th April 2023 and the ceremony ended at 3:50 pm with Mrs. Jacqui Borteye offering the benediction.   [...]
  • AIS School Events & NewsMarch 22, 2023
    Association International School places third in University of Nottingham Engineering Competition                We are so proud of our budding female engineers for placing 3rd in the International Engineering Competition for Schools.The event was organized by the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Nottingham on Saturday 11th March 2023 at Ghana International School.Dayspring International Academy and Aburi Girls Senior High School were 1st and 2nd respectively. The 8 participating schools included:Aburi Girls Senior High School, Association International School, Dayspring International Academy, Delhi Public School, Ghana International School, International Community School (Accra & Kumasi), SOS Hermann-Gmeiner International College, Tema International School.Each team was tasked to design a practical model bridge that would cross a 50cm gap. They had to use a limited number of sustainable materials (plywood, wood strips, glue and thread).The judges assessed each entry based on the following criteria:the weight of the bridge students’ application of theories shared during two pre-competition webinars delivered by Dr. Luis Neves the weight the model bridge can carry teamwork creativity and attractivenessWe commend our students for their effort, ingenuity, and commitment during the competition. Their dedication and hard work paid off and we couldn’t be prouder. Keep shining and showing the #aisDifference in the world with your innovative ideas and skills. Source: Citinewsroom.com, 2023 [...]
  • AIS School Events & NewsMarch 21, 2023
    AIS Blue & White Sports Day – 60th Anniversary EditionAs the Blue & White Day Torch travels along its route, we are reminded of the values that Association International School’s Blue & White Sports Day embodies – friendship, fair play, unity and diversity. With these words, the 60th Anniversary Edition of AIS Blue & White Sports Day was officially opened. Each year the AIS Community (students, staff and parents) is separated into two houses – Blue & White – to compete for the enviable title of Blue & White Sports Day Champion. This year the two houses competed in various events including:lime and spoon relay high jump 50 metres dash pick and drop relay shot put soak and fill the bottle 4x50m relay tug of ‘peace’The atmosphere was charged with anticipation as the two teams went head-to-head in the various events. It was refreshing to see older students cheering on the younger ones in the pick and drop relay, 50 metres dash and soak and fill the bottle. the highly anticipated showdown between parents and staff in the relay race and tug of peace was a sight to behold. Before this, students displayed their prowess in skating, karate and dancing to the excited crowd. At the end of the day, the Blue Team embodied their motto: “Blue to Victory, Blue to Sucess” and rode home to victory. We look forward to next year’s event. [...]
  • AIS School Events & NewsFebruary 13, 2023
    AIS Musical 2023 – Sarafina!Over the weekend, students from Association International School (AIS Ghana) put on a phenomenal adaptation of Mbogeni Ngema’s “Sarafina” on the 10th and 11th of February 2023. This student-led production was the brainchild of our IBDP1 students with support from the Performing Arts Department of AIS Ghana.  “Sarafina” marks the first time we have held a live production in our new ultra-modern Five Loaves and Two Fish Auditorium and our first production post-COVID-19. Our previous musicals, Disney’s “Aladdin” and DreamWorks’ “The Prince of Egypt” were all held outside our campus. Notwithstanding their hectic schedules, multiple rehearsals, and tired limbs, the cast and crew put on 3 solid live performances. Many patrons of the event gushed about the creativity, confidence, and dexterity that the students displayed. They brought the color, magic, and sound of South Africa to life on stage and thrilled all the attendees at the sold-out show. [...]
  • AIS School Events & NewsDecember 14, 2022
    Association International School Goes to the World Cup (Qatar 2022)Qatar 2022 marks the first World Cup to be staged in the Middle East, which makes it unique in many respects. Goal 22, organized in partnership with the Qatar Ministry of Youth & Sports, Ministry of Education & Higher Education Qatar, Qatar Football Association, and Qatar Foundation is another first. Goal 22 is a year-long program that seeks to empower the youth, create impact, and influence change through football. Generation Amazing (GA) Foundation and the FIFA Foundation developed Goal 22 as part of the build-up to the World Cup.         As part of Phase 2 of Goal 22, schools from each of the 32 participating nations were invited to attend the workshop at the Qatar GA Festival. Two students from Association International School were chosen by Generation Amazing to represent Ghana at this year’s World Cup. This is a tremendous honor. Master David Spitta-Ansah (MYP5), Miss Yvonne Blessing Sira (DP1), and Ms. Eileen Hewlett (P.E. Facilitator) represented Association International School and Ghana at the event. In addition, they watched the live Group A match between Senegal and Netherlands on 27th November 2022. Indeed “…them that honor me I will honor..” (1 Samuel 2:30). We wish David, Yvonne, and Ms. Eileen all the best. As our school anthem states “AIS, AIS, AIS we lift your banner high! AIS, AIS, a brilliant revelation of God’s design and will.” We are truly raising leaders, learners, and ambassadors of Christ to the glory of God.     [...]