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AISA 2018/19 Prospectus


Why Do We Exist?

AISA is dedicated to transforming student LEARNING by LEADING and supporting strategic thinking, PROFESSIONAL growth and school effectiveness.

Our Mission

AISA is dedicated to transforming student learning by leading and supporting strategic thinking, professional growth and school effectiveness.

Our Identity

AISA is a collaborative learning community of accredited, internationally-minded schools in Africa, which provides targeted services and relevant resources, facilitates innovative programmes, and connects people.

Our Core Values

AISA believes that:

  • Being open to differences leads to knowledge and understanding
  • All individuals have intrinsic worth
  • Nurturing is necessary for growth and change
  • Personal fulfilment derives from defining a sense of purpose and making connections through service to others
  • A sense of belonging enables people and communities to thrive
  • All people want to learn, and people learn differently
  • When people work together better outcomes are more likely
  • The development of international-mindedness is fundamental to being successful in an interconnected world

Our Objectives

The strategic objectives of AISA specify that AISA services, resources and networks will

  • Support professional growth
  • Develop and implement strategic thinking and planning in member schools
  • Increase the effectiveness of member schools

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Physical Address:
Peponi Road
PO Box14103-00800,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel: +254 (0) 20 2697442 / 8076067

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