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Morning shift: 6:45 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. Noon Shift: 12:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
AIS has about 600 students.
Approximately 13 kms from the Railway station and 15 kms from the Geeta Mandir Govt. Bus Stand.
Family visits are encouraged, but not in the first month of attendance. It is a good idea to coincide these visits with a school concert or music recital, sports event or national holiday.
There is a uniform at AIS and the dress code requires neatness, modesty and standards generally accepted at Indian educational institutions.
AIS encourages the spiritual development of each member of the community to promote spiritual understanding among world faiths.
AIS provides internet access to students under special supervision locations within the school such as the computer labs and the school libraries. Internet access is provided primarily to support the educational objectives of the school but also to allow students to have controlled access to a broader range of features available on the internet.
Each student has an advisor who guides them in selecting classes and whenever they have questions. Each of their class teachers is also available outside of the classroom for advice and to answer questions. Study halls are monitored regularly between compulsory study time schedule from 7:00 am to 12;20 pm.
AIS offers English spoken lessons in Pre – Primary , Primary and High Schools. The goal of the ESL department is to help students mainstream as quickly as possible.
AIS has a Learning Resources department, providing support for students who have been assessed as having a learning disability. Support is given either within mainstream classes or students are withdrawn in specific content areas for one-on-one tutoring.
AIS and its all entrances to school properties are controlled by campus security guards and is under focused of CCTV cameras. Visitors are required to sign a register and are given a pass only if their purpose on campus is legitimate. Traveling from property to property is done in groups or under supervision and often in school vehicles.