The American International School, Salzburg
The American International School, Salzburg is a private, co-educational,
non-sectarian boarding school. Founded in 1976, it is an independent
non-profit organization serving the needs of English-speaking families
living in the international community.
The academic program at The American International School, Salzburg
is designed to prepare students for entrance to selective colleges
and universities in the United States and throughout the world.
Toward these ends, the American college preparatory curriculum (including
Advanced Placement exams) program is offered.
All teachers hold university degrees; most hold graduate degrees
and are certified in their subject areas.
Approximately 30% of the students are North Americans whose parents
are employed overseas. The student body represents some 18 nationalities.
Over 90% of all graduates go on to four-year college.
The American International School, Salzburgyear begins in early
September and ends late in May. A three-week winter break emcompasses
Christmas and New Year. The academic program is enhanced by an arts
and music requirement, physical education, athletics, social and
cultural events, field trips, and overnight excursions throughout
Classrooms, dormitories, dining facilities, laboratories (science,
computer, language), common rooms, outdoor sports facilities and
the library are all housed on the main school campus which is located
two miles from the center of Salzburg.
The American International School, Salzburg employs a selective
rolling admissions policy. Qualified candidates are accepted year-round,
provided space is available. Interested parties should contact the
school to request a catalogue and application materials.