Co and Extra Curricular

After-School Activities

At AIS, we believe in a holistic approach to learning, and as our school philosophy is to educate the whole child, we place great emphasis on the role of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Extra-Curricular Activities
Students are also encouraged to participate in Extra-Curricular “Out of Class” activities whether they are organized by the school or by an outside organization.

Co-Curricular Activities

These activities occur once per week for approximately one hour at a time, on Wednesdays.

Homework Club

At the end of the school day, children who are not picked up on time can join the Homework Club, where they are supervised by a teacher to complete homework assignments.

Student Clubs and Activities
AIS students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of clubs and activities.

  • CreatArt/ Writing/ Yearbook/ Photography
  • Cookery
  • Environmental (Recycling) Club
  • Foreign Languages (French/Spanish/Latin)
  • Sewing/Needlework
  • Ballet
  • Karate
  • Swimming
  • Soccer
  • Volley Ball
  • Sign Language
  • Cultural Drumming
  • Modern Dance
  • Key Club
  • Strings (Guitar, Saxophone/Brass/Violin)
  • Piano
  • Board Games
  • Spelling Bee
  • Ghanaian Languages (Twi)
  • Speech and Debate
  • Performing Arts(Drama/Music)
  • Math Olympiad
  • Young Inventors Tech Club
  • Science League/ Olympiad
  • Student Council
  • Good News
  • Red Cross
  • Boy/Girl Scouts
  • Gardening
  • Bead-Making
  • Tennis
  • MUN/GIN
  • Hip Hop
  • African/Contemporary/Salsa Dance
  • Chess
  • Life Guard Certification

COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM

The Community Service Learning (CSL) program in AIS is an important component of our educational program. AIS students are expected to be socially responsible citizens who learn through service to the community and who recognize their role in the local and global community. To achieve these learning goals, we require our students to engage in community service learning. We integrate community service learning projects into the classroom in Lower School, and Secondary school students are encouraged to complete a set number of service hours in the community.

AIS has its own Key Club on campus which is an international coeducational service club. Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.

  • African Street Kids
  • Beacon House
  • Bolinas Academy
  • Chance for Children
  • Cheerful Hearts Foundation
  • Dzorwulu Farms
  • Egyam Children’s Home
  • Global Communities for water and Sanitation
  • Hope for You
  • New Horizon Special School
  • Next Step
  • Osu Community Library
  • Sickle Cell Association
  • Street Girls Aid
  • The Vet
  • Accra Zoo