Are you relocating or thinking of relocating within the province of Alicante and have school age children?
One of the most important questions in every parent’s mind is ‘where can I find the best schooling for my children?’
AIS International School is a privately owned British school with a Steiner – Waldorf inspired educational model, dedicated to offering a unique and holistic learning experience.
AIS follows the British National Curriculum complemented by a Steiner Waldorf perspective and Mindfulness practices, ensuring that equal emphasis is placed on solid academic foundation, artistic expression and socio-emotional development.
Children have the opportunity to learn in an outstanding natural setting where their day is intertwined with outdoor activities.
Breathing in the fresh air and smell of Mediterranean pine trees with incredible sea and mountain views, AIS offers a rigorous and competent preparation for IGCSE exams (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) at age 16 and A-levels at age 18, with validation for Spanish and other international education systems.
Anja Traub, Head Teacher, Founder and Owner of AIS International School in Alicante Province.
AIS follows the British National Curriculum complemented by a Steiner Waldorf perspective and Mindfulness practices offering a holistic and balanced educational model.
Anja spent her childhood and adolescence in the United States.
She has a Bachelor’s degree in Music and a Post-graduate degree in education.
She was a violinist in the Münich Philarmonic orchestra for 18 years before moving to Spain in 2006.
Discover more about AIS International School here.
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