The Application Process

In order to be enrolled at AISA, all prospective students must meet and comply with the criteria for admission. Prospective families are encouraged to schedule a school visit by contacting the Admissions Office. Most students are admitted at the beginning of the school year. However, due to the ebb and flow of the community, AISA has a rolling admission where we admit students all year round provided they meet all the criteria for admission and there is available class space.

All applications are to be submitted in PDF format to the Registrar via email at Clicking here can download a copy of the following admissions forms:

Enrollment Guide

aisa admission process


Entrance Tests


All applicants are required to complete an admission test before admission is granted. The test is typically based on the NWEA MAP Admissions Screening Test and includes assessments in Mathematics and Reading. Students are expected to score at or above grade level in order to be granted admission.


Overseas applicants applying to Grades 2 – 12 are encouraged to submit the most recent NWEA MAP test scores.

Additional assessments include the following:

  • Writing Sample: Grades 1 – 12

  • Mathematics Paper Test: Grades 1 – 12

  • French/Spanish Placement Test: Grades 6 – 12


Remote testing is available for overseas applicants. The tests have to be administered at the student’s current school by an approved proctor. Students applying to Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten will be required to complete an

Students applying to Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten will be required to complete an on-site classroom observation as part of the enrollment requirements.

Non-English Speaking Applicants


Students applying to AISA who have little or no English speaking skills will complete an onsite Language Proficiency Test. The school offers an English as an Additional Language (EAL) Program to students in Grades 1 – 8. EAL Students applying to grades 9 -12 are required to meet the grade level English Language requirements.


Students with special needs must submit any additional documentation such as a psychological evaluation, Individualized Educational Plan (IEP), and/or any other relevant documentation needed to support their application. It is the responsibility of the parents to disclose all documentation fully prior to an offer of admission being made so that the school administration can determine if the child’s needs can be met at AISA. Failure of any applicant to disclose fully in any instance may result in the offer of acceptance being rescinded. AISA reserves the right to deny admission to students whose special needs cannot be serviced by the school.

Age Policy


An age policy is essential in order to ensure that students who enter each grade are physically, mentally, socially and

emotionally prepared. The Age Policy is effective from the beginning of the school year for new students. Click here to view.