Student Support and Integrated Technology


Student Support in HS


AISV provides educational services for a carefully managed number of students with a range of academic needs. AISV’s teachers are dedicated to fostering the intellectual and emotional/social growth of each student. To promote active learning, we work to develop students’ understanding of how they learn and how they are progressing. We use differentiated instruction to provide all students access to the curriculum. Our Inclusive Education (IE)  program provides support to students and teachers who need additional strategies and resources to maximize their success.


English is the language of instruction at AISV. All teachers and specialists are involved in the development of all students’ interpersonal and academic proficiency in the English language. The EAL staff collaborate with teachers and assist in providing differentiated instruction and materials for English language learners.  We use various methods of co­-teaching, small group instruction, or individualized instruction as needed to strengthen the learning of the students inside their content classrooms.


The AISV Community Life program supports the social and emotional well-being of all students through:

  • Homeroom

  • Community Life class: Health, Advisory

  • Approaches to Learning

  • Assemblies

  • Division-specific events and projects


Integrated Technology in HS

All high school students are required to bring their charged laptop to school each day. The school has a number of loaner laptops if students are unable to bring one from home. High School follows an integration program for units throughout the curriculum that match the AISV Technology Scope and Sequence.

Technology at AISV is:

  • Integrated – Teachers and students collaborate to integrate age-appropriate technology within each subject area and across subjects to enhance the curriculum.
  • Individualized – Technology is used as a resource to differentiate instruction to meet the learning needs and interests of each student.
  • Inquiry-based – Technology will be used to foster inquiry, including conducting research, gathering information, producing documents, reports, and presentations to make learning meaningful and authentic.
  • Forward Thinking- Teachers and students are committed to continuous learning, using creativity and adaptability to explore applications of technology in their studies and everyday lives.
  • Ethical and Responsible – Students will be aware of how technology affects both local and global environments. In addition, students will learn to be informed and accountable in their use of technology.