Meet current families of AISC as they share their experiences at school, in Chennai and in India.
Our Current Families
"When Jaya, a proud mom of two AISC students moved to Chennai 2 years ago the decision to join AISC was a natural choice to the family since both kids have attended international schools since they started their academic careers. Since starting at AISC, Jaya has been stunned to see the energy level, joy and motivation of her children to go to school everyday. “Sometimes I wonder whether they are going to school or to a friends place,“
Varna and her family moved to Chennai 3 years ago. Her son, Srivatsan, who is in the 9th grade, went to an International Baccalaureate Public Charter School in the States and she felt AISC’s inquiry-based approach would fit him well. Her son has been involved in Soccer, Track and Field, Model United Nations and the Middle School Play. He also has engaged in school issues through the Student Voices Forum and Futures Planning Team.
Babitha moved to Chennai from Michigan 8 years ago, and her two children have been studying at ASIC ever since. The family decided on AISC for the application-oriented learning environment. AISC being an international school also provides a global experience to the students. In addition, AISC provides opportunity for students to learn at their own pace and helps in their overall personality development.
Deepti has been living in Chennai for 13 years and is convinced AISC is one of the best schools in the city. Sending her two daughters to AISC has been a beautiful experience for the family. The girls love the school, the teachers and facilities so much that Deepti says they don’t even want to go anywhere else. Deepti herself feels fortunate to have met many friends and learned about different cultures at AISC. Her daughters have become more confident by going to AISC.
Cathy Tanaka and her husband, Mitsuhiro, moved to Chennai from Japan with their two children, Shunji (Grade 2) and Mizuki (Grade 4). Before the school year started, her children participated in the AISC’s Jumpstart Program, which is an EAL (English as an Additional Language) program offered to new students. In addition to learning English, Cathy appreciated that her children had an opportunity to meet teachers and other new students, as well as become acquainted with the campus.
Karine Delalande wanted her daughter Abigael to grow up in a school where she could learn basics, confidence and respect. Also she wanted to open her mind to the world and not only India. AISC was the right fit for their need. They are happy that AISC focuses on every detail about a child’s development, and it has helped Abigael to be more confident.