Almaty International School

Curriculum: The high school program includes a variety of advanced placement options and is college preparatory. The curriculum includes English (reading, grammar, composition, keyboarding and spelling), mathematics, cultural studies (history, geography, economics, etc.) science, computer literacy, art, music and physical education as part of the regular program. ACTIVITIES include, for elementary students, outdoor sports, indoor games, creative drama, dance, model making, sewing, needlepoint, crochet painting, drawing, art and craft activities, story telling, puzzles, board games, science activities, computer simulations, and bookmaking. Girl Scout, Brownie Scout, and Boy Scout groups also operate at the school. Mddle and secondary students take part in winter time skiing, snowboarding, and sledding trips in the local mountains and spring time camping, trekking, canoeing or rafting expeditions in the surrounding countryside. Older students have also been involved in drama, basketball and soccer after school programs. FACILITIES include a purpose-built facility that opened in January, 2003. It is located on nearly seven hectares of land on the edge of the city.

City
Almaty
Email
Director: john-newton@kaz.qsi.org
Website
https://almaty.qsischool.org/
Administrator
Mr. John Newton (Director)
Grades
PreK-12
Ages
Mar-18
Students
465 (9.7% of students from U.S.A.)
Tuition
Please inquire directly for current rates.
Boarding
None available
School Year
September to June
Sponsoring Organization
Quality Schools Int'l
Year Founded
1993
Accreditation
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools; CEESA