The Campus

AIS  building

AIS is currently located in sector F-8/4, Islamabad in Islamabad; the federal capital of Pakistan.

AIS provides the finest facilities Alhamdulillah to the students and staff and are constantly looking to improvise and develop the School’s infrastructure.

The school is well equipped with the following up to date and essential facilities:

Classrooms

Well-lit, heated / air-conditioned and spacious rooms provide a comfortable place congenial to the educational development of the students. The classrooms are appropriately equipped with child sized furniture and shelves along with best possible class room resources and materials.

Recreational Areas

Hard and soft surface play areas, sand area and Taekwondo studio.

Clean and Child sized Washroom Facility

Child sized washroom facility and customized wash sinks are available for the younger children of the Montessori section.

Backup Generator

The standby generator ensures smooth functioning of the school through uninterrupted supply of electricity.

Latest Security Systems

The campus is boundary walled from all sides and further augmented by barbed wires on the wall. 24 hours surveillance is ensured through CCTV cameras and a guard on duty.

Mosque

The School has an on-campus mosque where students from the Junior section offer Zuhur salah in congregation every day.

Preschool

Preschool facility is available for children of staff in order to facilitate AIS staff.

Conference Room

Conference room provides a venue for all important school meetings between the school management, staff and parents.

Computer Lab

State of the art computer lab gives opportunities for students to learn latest technology and familiarize with the proper use of the internet in a supervised environment.

Segregated Classes

The school provides separate classes for boys and girls from grade 4 onwards.

Library

The library is well-equipped with the latest books in English, Arabic and Urdu, range of projectable books, flash cards, educational videos and other learning aids. Click here to know more about the AIS Library.