AISA is of Africa and for Africa. Based in Africa, AISA has been supporting international schools on the continent for over 50 years. We have an in-depth understanding of the unique realities, challenges and needs of international schools in Africa.

AISA is dynamic. We are constantly learning and adapting to the changing needs of our members and the continent.

We offer our members world-class professional learning opportunities and advisory services based on our ongoing research into the needs of our member schools.

We give our members access to world-leading experts, advisors, trainers and facilitators specialising in school governance and leadership, child protection and wellbeing, inclusive education, innovation and technology and more.

AISA supports its member schools and the professionals working within these schools to constantly improve and enhance their students learning experience and outcomes.

As a community of international schools, AISA facilitates ongoing networking, knowledge exchange and communication between its members as well as the establishment of community events (cultural and sport).

In other words, as an AISA member, your team is kept up to date with the latest trends to meet unprecedented, 2020-plus educational needs. As an AISA member, you are connected to leaders and educators shaping international education throughout the continent.

Word-class professional learning

AISA’s annual learning programme provides your educators with access to subsidised member-only professional learning that not just impacts student learning but improves staff morale and retention.

Find out more about AISA’s Learning Events here.

Deals and discounts

AISA member schools benefit from partnerships we have established with organisations such as and many associate members to access resources and school enrichment programmes.

Resources, programmes and research

AISA resources, school support programmes, research and staff will give your school the tools and guidance you need to help your school reach its goals.

Scholarship opportunities

AISA educator scholarships and student awards recognise the outstanding achievements of individuals within the AISA community.

Find out more here.

Margaret Sanders International Scholarships

Each year, in partnership with the Margaret Sanders Foundation, AISA is pleased to offer the opportunity for schools from within the AISA network to nominate outstanding students for Margaret Sanders International Scholarship and Margaret Sanders AISA Scholarship for Girls.

Find out more here.


As an AISA member, your team will network, collaborate and engage with international educators within the AISA community, keeping you up to date with current trends and innovative practice in international education.


When your school becomes an AISA member, it is recognised as being affiliated with Africa’s top-tier international schools. Your school is showcased on AISA’s online member directory. In addition, your educators can be recognised for their learning via AISA’s partnership with SUNY University and AISA’s micro-credentials.

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