Ambatovy International School
Ambatovy International School opened in 2011 to support the dependents of Ambatovy, a nickel-mining project in Toamasina, Madagascar. The school strives to provide students with a well-rounded, international education that focuses on the core subjects such as Math and English, as well as French and Malagasy culture. AIS prides itself on being a truly international school and developing students’ academic potential, multiculturalism and personal growth.
The school has fully equipped classrooms as well as a sports and community center. AIS teachers live in furnished accommodation in the schools housing village and have access to managerial support during their time working at AIS.
|Enrollment||36 Students PreK-12|
|Curriculum||Advanced Placement (AP), International, High School program through K-12.com|
|School Year||August - June|
|Average Class Size||Elementary: 12, Secondary: 8|
|Campus Information||City (or closest city): Toamasina, Location Type: Rural, No of Buildings: 2, No of Campuses: 1, No of Classrooms: 7, No of volumes in Library: 5,000, No of instructional computers: 25|