AISA welcomes applications from any elementary and/or secondary school in Africa that offers an international curriculum using English as the primary language of instruction.
Membership is awarded to schools that are committed to international-mindedness and intercultural competence which we expect to be reflected in the school’s mission and vision.
Full School Membership is only awarded to schools who have achieved accreditation or authorisation by an AISA recognised agency outside the host country, or, authorisation for an IB programme.
Membership fees enable AISA to offer a learning programme and services that meet the needs of member schools. The fees allow AISA to keep conference and institute costs to a minimum, enabling staff from all member schools, no matter their size, to access world-class professional learning opportunities.
AISA calculates the membership fees on an annual basis (July 1 to June 30) and these fees cannot be pro-rated. Below are the current school membership fees set by the AISA Board of Directors.
The 2023/24 annual school membership fees are determined according to the school enrollment and approved by the AISA Board of Directors.
School Membership is available to elementary and/or secondary schools in Africa which demonstrate international-mindedness and intercultural competence as reflected by the following attributes:
AISA is of Africa and for Africa. Based in Africa, AISA has been supporting international schools on the continent for over 50 years. We have an in-depth understanding of the unique realities, challenges and needs of international schools in Africa.
We offer our members world-class professional learning opportunities and advisory services based on our ongoing research into the needs of our member schools.
We give our members access to world-leading experts, advisors, trainers and facilitators specialising in school governance and leadership, child protection and wellbeing, inclusive education, innovation and technology and more.
AISA supports its member schools and the professionals working within these schools to constantly improve and enhance their students learning experience and outcomes.
As a community of international schools, AISA facilitates ongoing networking, knowledge exchange and communication between its members as well as the establishment of community events (cultural and sport).
In other words, as an AISA member, your team is kept up to date with the latest trends to meet unprecedented, 2020-plus educational needs. As an AISA member, you are connected to leaders and educators shaping international education throughout the continent.
The Association of International Schools in Africa is dedicated to serving its members throughout Africa. Please let us know if you require additional or specific information, resources and or support, and we will endeavour to assist you as soon as possible.