Get Involved !

From KG3 to Grade 12, AISC students learn how to communicate, collaborate and create a community of friends within and across divisions of our school. While AISC has three divisions (elementary, middle and high school), it has one-whole-school feeling. Through an enriched student life, AISC students meet and make new friends from all over the world!

Student Leadership Opportunities & Social Events

The AISC Middle and High School Student Councils take on a special leadership role in the school designing events and activities, and the coordination of programs to build spirit, a sense of community and how to make the school a better place for all students.

  • High School Retreat Day for Student Council Members
  • Strategic Planning
  • Spirit Weeks
  • Sports Days
  • Fundraising
  • Morning Announcements
  • House competitions
  • Dances
  • Rock Band Concerts
  • Outings
  • Junior & Senior Prom
  • Movie nights

Annual Events

  • Junior/Senior Retreat

    AISC organizes a three-day retreat at the start of each year for all Grade 11 and 12 students and teachers to get to know one another, team-build, bond with teachers, learn in an outdoor educational environment, review organizational tools and policies that will set students up for success for the year ahead.

  • Halloween Festival

    AISC students have a role in the annual Elementary Halloween Festival each year! Middle and High School Students are involved in creating the Haunted House and volunteer at the food court, lead fun games in support of families having fun together on this very “spooky” night!

  • International Day – Reaching Beyond Borders

    Each year AISC celebrates the UN Children’s Day by dedicating an entire day to the concepts of Community, Collaboration, Creativity and Connection. AISC students participate in World Café discussions with invited dignitaries, collaborate in cross-aged activities, celebrate our human rights policies and reflect on serious issues facing children around the world. AISC parents get involved too creating the most amazing international food festival for all students to enjoy! Grade 11 and 12 students participate by being active participants as well as journalists, photographers, and organizers of the event!

  • UNITE - Against Bullying Musical Performance

    Each year AISC organizes a concert performance in support of the Hope for Children Policy Centre. Students participate in the choir, the Senior choir and the orchestra for a one of a kind musical performance with other schools from all around Cyprus to raise awareness for critical issues facing children around the world.

  • Earth Day

    Students in all divisions recognize earth day by cleaning up the nearby parks, planting trees with the Cyprus forestry department, and by researching important topics related to green initiatives, or topics related to the environment.

National Honor Society (NHS) Students design projects that have a local and global outreach.

National Honor Society (NHS) Students design projects that have a local and global outreach.
AISC Students in grades 10–­­12 who meet the requirements for membership outlined by their school’s chapter are eligible to be invited for membership. Each chapter is required to publish its qualifications for membership, which is based on the four pillars of NHS: Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Character. NHS Students act as School Ambassadors for the New Family Orientation at the start of every year, organize the 24 Hour Famine to raise money for humanitarian causes and support and donations for the refugee centers and food banks in Cyprus.

European Youth Parliament (EYP)

AISC students participate in the annual European Youth Parliament. “The EYP is one of the largest European platforms for political debate, intercultural encounters, political educational work and the exchange of ideas among young people in Europe. The EYP consists of a network of multiple European associations and organizations in which thousands of young people are active in a voluntary capacity. The entire network organizes about 350 events every year and involved 27.000 young people in 2013. EYP is a non-partisan and independent educational project, which is tailored specifically to the needs of the young European citizen. It encourages independent thinking and socio-political initiative in young people and facilitates the learning of crucial social and professional skills. Since its inauguration, many tens of thousands of young people have taken part in regional, national and international sessions, formed friendships and made international contacts across and beyond borders. The EYP has thus made a vital contribution towards uniting Europe. The European Youth Parliament Cyprus is one of the 38 National Committees that come under the umbrella of the EYP International (coordinated by the Governing Body of the EYP International in Berlin). As a result, the EYP Cyprus National Committee seeks to promote the work of the European Youth Parliament in Cyprus and our main aim is to organize EYP events on the island. EYP Cyprus has been organizing events since 2006 and has up to date reached more than one thousand young students coming from schools from all over Cyprus.” (SOURCE:

Model United Nations (MUN)

Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an educational simulation and/or academic competition in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. AISC has been running an MUN for more than 15 years. In 2016, AISC students participated in the annual Mediterranean MUN at the European University.

United National Youth and Student Association of Cyprus – Diplomatic Dinner

The United Nations Youth and Student Association of Cyprus organized the first Diplomat Dinner, which will involve discussions between students and diplomats centered around Youth Involvement in Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution. Through the dinner we are aiming to promote important dialogue between the youth and diplomacy, thus bridging the political specter and the Cypriot youth on crucial issues, bridging the political gap and promoting civic engagement among the youth, as young people across the island will be able to converge and enquire, recommend and introduce different types of views between them, as well as, introduce their ideas and questions to officials.