- Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 June 2012 17:52
Marking the end of this school year and celebrating the new beginning in a new building, the Anglo-American International School continues to tailor success in education.
The Anglo-American International School celebrated the end of the academic 2011/2012 year in a new school building in Senjak (Andre Nikolica 29). Besides students, parents, and teachers, the ceremony was visited by many alumni and friends of the school. That is the 12th generation of students that have graduated from the school.
The Anglo-American International School was founded in 2001. Since then, the school has been the centre of University of Cambridge and University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The school has also been active in the international academic community through memberships in many educational associations and boards (ECIS, CEESA, College Board, etc.).
Besides the success of the Anglo-American students in their further academic careers, the success of the school has also been reflected in the constant growth in many academic and extra-curricular segments. One of the indicators of the growth is the fact that the Anglo-American has just moved to new premises. The new school building offers numerous opportunities for academic and social improvement.
More than a decade long experience of the school sets directions for the present and future activities. The Anglo-American will keep on providing a safe and boosting learning environment as well as developing tolerance and free spirit in students. The promotion of human rights and environment protection along with the cooperation with the local community will also be important issues on our agenda.
Anglo-American International School
Andre Nikolića 29, 11000 Belgrade Senjak
Phone: +381 65 2669 996