After School Activities

We are proud to offer a rich and diverse After-School Activities program. Throughout the year, our students in grade KG2 through 12 are offered various opportunities to develop their artistic creativity, musical expression, athletic ability, intellectual agility and a community connection.

Elementary After School Activities

AISA ELEMENTARY AFTER-SCHOOL ACADEMY

AISA’s After-school Academy is an activity program for elementary students running three times a year for eight-weeks during the fall, winter, and spring.  There are a variety of classes offered throughout the year including sports, dance, gardening, Legos, and coding. AISA teachers or outside instructors lead the classes.  Two weeks before the start of the program, the classes offered are sent home for consideration. Sign-ups are handled electronically online at https://app.aisa.sch.ae/Login

Click here to download Term 2 – Elementary After School Activities’

Middle & High School After School Activities

The AISA Middle/High School provides Clubs & Activities that support the growth and development of its Middle & High School students. Clubs run from 3:00-4:00 and meet weekly. Our extracurricular program is constantly expanding to meet the needs and interests of our student body. 

Term 2 - Middle/High School After School Activities (ASA) 

The AISA Middle/High School provides Clubs & Activities that support the social, emotional, and intellectual growth of its Middle & High School students. Clubs run from 3:00-4:00 and meet weekly. Please see below a list of the activities for Term 2, commencing Sunday, January 13th:

 Odyssey of the Mind (OotM) – Supervisor: adejong@aisa.sc.ae  

 OotM recognize the importance of many of the skills now emphasized in education today such as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The program combines that with history and art and has encouraged learning these subjects through the Classics and performance problems.

 Maths First Aid – Supervisor: mboulangger@aisa.sch.ae

 Maths First Aid aims to support students who are seeking extra support in the subject, through fun and challenging activities.

 Spanish Club - Supervisor: aloughran@aisa.sch.ae 

Spanish Club aims to introduce students to the language through fun and challenging activities that explore in to the culture and heritage of Spanish speaking countries.

 Debate Club - Supervisor: rwhitrock@aisa.sch.ae

 Debate club aims to give students a voice through exploring past, current and future world issues and by raising awareness of such issues. Students will have the opportunity to participate in local, national and international debate tournaments.

 Model United Nations (Middle School - Supervisor:  sleeson@aisa.sch.ae; High School - Supervisor: adzahid@aisa.sch.ae  )

MUN provides students with a forum to hone skills in diplomacy, negotiation, critical thinking, compromise, public speaking, writing, and research. Students will have the opportunity to participate in local, national and international MUN tournaments.

 STEAM ClubSupervisor: nhassan@aisa.sch.ae

Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math. STEAM aims to foster inquiring minds, logical reasoning, and collaboration skills through allowing students to explore topics using various perspectives.

 DELF Level B1/2 – Supervisor: fmerazi@aisa.sch.ae

 Diplôme D'études En Langue Française aims to provide students extra support in French language and helps better prepare them for the DELF exams.

 DELF Level A1/2 – Supervisor: hboukornia@aisa.sch.ae

Diplôme D'études En Langue Française aims to provide students extra support in French language and helps better prepare them for the DELF exams.

 Robotics Club – Supervisor: fkhan@aisa.sc.ae

Robotics club challenges students to design and build robots that can compete against opponents in a series of specific challenges.

 Minecraft Club – Supervisor: rstanley@aisa.sch.ae

Minecraft Club uses the game of Minecraft to create mini challenges in design and innovation. For example, build the 8th wonder of the world.

 Nature Club – Supervisor: bmerusi@aisa.sch.ae

Nature club aims to find ways to solve the problems of growing plants - both edible ones and ones that make things beautiful - in the middle of a desert. The emphasis will be about learning how to, and also trying to figure out the best ways to do that. The club will look at location, inputs for plants, maintaining plants...and how to utilize the plants to make AISA beautiful.

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