AaIS Middle School is open to students aged 11 to 16. In addition to meeting Norwegian national requirements, AaIS is currently also a candidate school for the MYP.
 
The Middle Years Programme is a challenging framework, with emphasis on encouraging students to make practical connections between their studies and the real world. At AaIS it is offered as a four-year programme, and students who complete the MYP are well-prepared to undertake the IB Diploma Programme (DP) or Career-related Programme (CP).
Find out more about the MYP.

The curriculum comprises eight subject groups; Arts, Design, Mathematics, Individuals and societies, Language and literature (English, Norwegian), Language acquisition (English, Norwegian, Spanish), Physical and health education, and Science. Together these subjects provide a broad and balanced education for our students.
Find out more about the MYP curriculum.

The Personal Project is a culminating independent piece of research that forms the core of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP). It is the significant milestone and stepping stone towards future academic work and the Diploma Programme (DP). You may recognise this as part of a continuum reflecting back to the Primary Years Programme (PYP) exhibition.
 
The Personal Project grade will be reported to Inntakskontoret along with the other final grades in Grade 10 and will count into the average for application to upper secondary schools.
 
The student must at least achieve a passing grade for the personal project to be eligible for an IB certificate attesting to the completion of the IB up to this level. The certificate provides the credentials necessary to enter the Diploma Program (DP).
 
You can find out more information about the AaIS Personal Project via this link.
 
In addition to following the MYP curriculum, AaIS also ensures that students meet the requirements of the Norwegian government. After completing their final year at our school, they will be able to successfully apply to Norwegian secondary schools (videregående skole).
Find out more about the Norwegian curriculum Kunnskapsløftet.
 
At AaIS we aim to develop inquiring students in a safe, supportive and challenging environment. In Middle School this means smaller classes, differentiated learning and a school programme that works towards students independently knowing how to transfer concepts, knowledge and skills in settings both in and outside of school. Students are encouraged to question and evaluate information, and to learn to combine relevant knowledge, experience and logical thinking to solve problems.
 
Most importantly, at AaIS we are proud to say we have a diverse group of students, in an inclusive social environment.