Asian International School

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Asian International School (Indonesia), founded by the Ahimsa International, is an international school in Bali, Indonesia. Located on the Jimbaran hillside, the purpose-built campus has an area of over 22,000 m2.

The school offers Cambridge International primary and secondary programmes (CIPP, IGCSE and A level). The subjects offered are English (First/Second Language), Mathematics, Business Studies, Geography, Accounting, Information Technology, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Besides English, the school offers Indonesian, French and Mandarin as optional languages. The school year starts in mid-July and has two semesters with breaks in December and June.

The school has students from over 20 countries and the faculty comprises mainly expatriates from the USA, Australia, the European Union, the Philippines, India and China. The school facilities include connectivity, computer lab, audio-visual center, music hall, meditation room, science laboratory, library and gymnasium. Sporting facilities include soccer field, swimming pool, mini golf, basketball, tennis and badminton. Besides regular co-curricular programmes, the school offers after-school and vacation activities such as swimming, golf, music and theatre camp.

The preschool takes in children from the age of 3 to 6; it has a children's library, play centre, audio-visual room, music room, activity room, and baby.

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Coordinates: 8°48′04″S 115°08′47″E / 8.8010°S 115.1463°E / -8.8010; 115.1463