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Middle & High School activities are included in the annual tuition rates and are no extra cost to our families. We encourage as much participation as possible!

Middle School Soccer Team

Come out and improve your soccer skills and play games on island with other private schools.


Middle and High School Students Ukulele Club

Join in and learn to play the Ukulele in a fun atmosphere. All students are welcome!

Middle School Literary Writing Group for Students in the ELL Program Only

Students will receive guidance/support skills in English to improve their homework, writing and organizational skills.


Middle School Harry Potter Club

Harry Potter Club is the place to be! Come and get to know and experience the magic world of Harry Potter…who knows we might even play a Quidditch game or two!

Middle School and High School Boys and Girls Basketball Team

Come out for basketball and improve your skills. We will be playing with other private schools on-island.


Middle School and High School German Club

The German club is intended to give an insight into German Culture, by spreading an understanding of German traditions and customs, and to introduce to / or practice the language in a relaxed environment.

Middle School and High School Running Club

Students will be doing the fitness and training at Strovolos Park / Stadium in adequate atmosphere where there are trails to run on. Come and join in to train, to condition your body and for your own well-being. It’s a fantastic way to de-stress.


Middle and High School Candle Making and Decoration Club

Join in and learn how to make creative candles that you can give to friends and family as gifts and learn how to decorate them as well!

Middle and High School Mosaics Club

In after school drama club, students will be involved and will audition for a play that will be performed in the later in the year. Some students will also be involved with aspects of technical theatre (set design/construction, script analysis, prop collection and costume/makeup design).

Middle School and High School Drama Club

Students will have an opportunity to create simple, fun and interesting Art and crafts. Join in and improve your arts and crafts skills.

Middle and High School Eco Club

The Eco Club Program aims to increase awareness about the rapidly growing environmental problems caused by humans to the environment. Eco Club students will focus on sustainability concepts such as waste and recycling, water, energy, transportation, growing, buying, bio-diversity and climate change. By becoming part of the ECO Club, you will explore the principles of Permaculture. You will create an Environmental Review to measure the school’s environmental footprint and an action plan to reduce waste and increase bio-diversity. You will be involved in creating gardens, planting trees and helping to make AISC an accredited Eco School.

High School Greek Language Course for Native Speakers

In this Activity of Greek language classes for native speakers, students will be in preparing for the Certification of Greek Language Proficiency examination.

Middle School Cribbage Club

Cribbage is a card and board game that teaches critical thinking while reinforcing basic math facts. You collect points by combining cards together to make runs, or scoring combinations. Cribbage is also a game of strategy and tactics. Sometimes you try to score points, sometimes you try to stop your opponent from scoring; every game is subtly different. This game helps develop awareness and skills in multiple forms of counting, complements, combinations, sequences, patterns, and even probabilities. It is a great game to help build creativity and patients as well as teamwork and cooperation.

High School Stockholm Water Project

Students will be preparing to participate in the National competition and the Cyprus representative will travel to Stockholm to present and compete in a bigger event. Speak to Dr. Economou if interested.

AISC All School Choir

Let’s create some beautiful music together. Students will be performing throughout the year at the UNITE concert, holiday concernts, outside concerts and the Senior Graduation!


AISC All School Band

All students that are part of the instrumental program are expected to participate in the band. Students will be performing throughout the year. If you have any questionsplease see Ms. Jarrold in the music room.

High School Boys Soccer Team

Join to improve your soccer skills, and play games on island. We will also be looking into organizing our third 7 a side tournament later in the year with other private schools. There may also be an opportunity to travel to a CEESA Soccer Tournament this year. Further information will be forthcoming soon.


Middle and High School Yearbook Club

If you love to capture memories, take cool photos, design on a computer, and express yourself through visual projects, then you should definitely think about working on the AISC Yearbook this year.  Students will study photography, layout and design, and interviewing strategies, as well as learn the nitty-gritty details of production. We’re looking for students who are self-motivated, cooperative, responsible, and who love to work. Creativity is a +PLUS!! And everyone who commits to this exciting year-long project will receive a FREE yearbook!  Who knows … there may even be a few pizza parties in the schedule! 

AISC Senior Choir

Students will be performing throughout the year!

Middle and High School Macramé Club

Macramé is a fun craft where you tie knots with string, you can make bracelets, key chains, and other decorations. Join in on the fun!

Middle and High School Command and Conquer

A Strategy video game that emphasizes skillful thinking and planning to achieve victory.  The game focuses on strategy and tactics.


Middle and High School Math Clinic

Are you a student th¬at wants practice in maths? Do you want extra practice with maths workshe¬ets? AISC Math Teachers and IB Math Stud¬ents are here to sup¬port you. Math Clinic is open to all Mid¬dle School and High School students. Practice makes perfect, after all!!

High School Model United Nations Club

Held this year in conjunction with the Toastmasters program, the MUN club will spend Dec and January preparing for MEDIMUN, an outstanding MUN conference sponsored by the English School, held in Nicosia Feb 10-12.  Students will research and learn about current global challenges and solutions, getting ready to debate these issues with students from around Cyprus.  


Middle School and High School Toast Masters Club

Toastmasters International is the leading non-profit organization devoted to creating effective leaders and communicators worldwide. Through its clubs, Toastmasters International helps people learn the arts of speaking, listening and thinking—vital skills that promote self-actualization, enhance leadership potential, foster human understanding and contribute to the betterment of mankind. It is basic to this mission that Toastmasters International continually expands its worldwide network of clubs, thereby offering ever-greater numbers of people the opportunity to benefit from its programs.  A.I.S.C. will be partnering with the toastmasters organisation this year and participating in their Inter School Speaking competition in February.

Middle and High School Water Polo

If you are interested in learning how to play water polo join in to learn the skills necessary to enjoy this growing sport! We have an experienced coach who will be teaching our students.

High School Boys and Girls Tennis

Come and improve your tennis skills with Ms. Shockey. It’s a great way to keep fit as well.

Middle School and High School Chess Club

Improve your chess skills with Mr. Misha who an experienced chess player and teacher. He will teach new strategies to be able to compete at a higher level.


Middle School and High School Archery Club

Students will be learning, improving and practicing proper archery skills. Join Mr. Papapetrou for this fun activity.

MS and HS Fencing Club

We are very happy to inform you that the Cyprus Fencing Federation will be sending a fencing coach to teach students interested in fencing. Join in and learn about this exciting sport! Limited space.


HS CERN CLUB

“If you are interested in Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science, CERN is offering high school students from the around the world the chance to create and perform a scientific experiment on a CERN accelerator beam line. What a better way to learn about Science? Join our CERN Club for High School Students and get ready for the competition!”

Middle School and High School Dungeons and Dragons Club

Dungeons and Dragons Club: Explore fantastic worlds, clash with dark monsters, and create epic stories! The world of D&D is a place of magic and monsters, of brave warriors and spectacular adventures. Skills required: role-playing, improvisation, tactics, and arithmetic.


French Club

Students will start from the beginning and they will cover gaps students might have who have joined higher French classes. We will concentrate on speaking and pronunciation with fun activities – food, music and movies, small projects, online games and many more …

Competitive Swimming Grades 6-9

Join the swim team and have an opportunity to compete in an on-island competition that takes place in late October. Please note that this activity is for experienced swimmers and not beginners. The practices will take place at AISC until further instructions from the coaches.


High School Duke of Edinburgh Award Ages 14+-

The International Award Bronze Award candidates This club is for students interested in participating in a program where they want to challenge themselves in the areas of Creativity, Service and physical activities. You set your own goals and be rewarded for them. See Mr. Jim Moore if you need more information. Please note that there is a fee for this activity.

High School Workshop in Observational Drawing

In this workshop, students will be led through a several exercises to increase their visual observation skills and eye-hand coordination while drawing from life.


Middle School Hope of Children Club (CRC Campus Club)

“CRC Campus Clubs” aim to help and support children to learn about their rights, become accredited volunteers and work towards defending and promoting their interests. The “CRC Campus Clubs” with the collaboration and constant support of “Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center and the professionals in the fields of Psychology, Social Work, Law and Research will hold discussions, workshops, activities and events, aiding children to become more informed citizens, bringing a profound and essential change to our current and future society. The program of CRC Campus Clubs will be tailor made to respond to the general and specific needs of AISC. At the end of the year the children participating will be named as Young Ambassadors of “Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center.

High School Greek Language Course for Native Speakers

In this Activity of Greek language classes for native speakers, students will be in preparing for the Certification of Greek Language Proficiency examinations.


Middle and High School Math Olympiad and CEESA

Math Students will work towards the Math Olympiad that will take place later in the year and can get extra practice and preparation in a fun and supportive atmosphere in order to get ready for the event. Further, if there is interest from students there may be an opportunity to participate in the CEESA Math Competitions at both the Middle and High School levels. This will involve a trip abroad.

High School Outdoor Adventure Club

Plan trips within Cyprus to try rock climbing, skiing, kayaking and snorkeling (depending on the season). Learn outdoor skills such as building a campfire, packing a backpack, orienteering and camp cooking.


High School Hope of Children Club (CRC Campus Club)

“CRC Campus Clubs” aim to help and support children to learn about their rights, become accredited volunteers and work towards defending and promoting their interests. The “CRC Campus Clubs” with the collaboration and constant support of “Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center and the professionals in the fields of Psychology, Social Work, Law and Research will hold discussions, workshops, activities and events, aiding children to become more informed citizens, bringing a profound and essential change to our current and future society. The program of CRC Campus Clubs will be tailor made to respond to the general and specific needs of AISC. At the end of the year the children participating will be named as Young Ambassadors of “Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center.

MS/HS Rosetta Stone Club

Rosetta Stone is a language learning program where students can choose up to learn any of the 25 languages through an immersion program. Students will be working individually with support from our sponsor on how to use the program. Students can also join to supplement their learning of a language they may already be learning.