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AISG Graduation Website

Class of 2017Class of 2017 The Class of 2017 have forged extraodinary paths for themselves. They were guided by faculty who challenged them to achieve, nurtured in an environment where creativity and inquiry are celebrated, and supported by a community who understand the power of a growth mindset. They are ready to embrace a future they couldn't even have imagined. That's the beauty of learning. It ignites a curiosity we never knew we had. Ignite the spark that lives within you.

Our 65 graduates from the Class of 2017 have received offers from more than 107 universities around the world, and will be flying to over 40 top universities in more than 13 countries! The Class of 2017 have received acceptances to top universities around the world in various subjects and fields including Computer Science, Engineering, Economics, Business and Commerce, Sports Management, Drama, Arts, Media, and many more. More detailed information about our university matriculation is available on our graduation website!

Click here to visit our graduation website to know more about our university acceptances, and meet some of our awesome graduates!

The Beacon

The BeaconThe BeaconThe Beacon is the American International School of Guangzhou's high school student-run online news publication. We cover school events, athletics and activities, and anything regarding the school community. Additionally, our writers publish articles containing their opinions on issues and events of global significance. Finally, we release content on our YouTube channel. Please feel free to express your opinions or suggestions in the comments section of our articles, as this helps the Beacon improve and grow.

If you have any questions or requests, please contact the Beacon's Editor-in-chief, Stephen Zhou ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).


The next phase of learning at AISG

Next phase of learning at AISGNext phase of learning at AISGFounded in 1981, American International School of Guangzhou (AISG) is the longest-established and the only not-for-profit international school in Guangzhou.

We are a multicultural, private and non-profit day school, offering an international curriculum guided by American educational values and principles. At the heart of AISG is a warm, supportive environment created by faculty and staff who believe that students should feel cared for and nurtured. The heart of AISG is what sets us apart and makes it such a fabulous environment for your child’s learning.

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Annual Report 2016-2017

Annual Report 2016-2017Annual Report 2016-2017Please have a look at our Annual Report 2016-2017 here.

AISG’s New Innovation Lab

Objects recently printed from the 3D printerObjects recently printed from the 3D printer


AISG’s brand new innovation lab is set to allow young engineers to create and build things as they wish. The lab is currently in the process of being set up with equipment, and should be ready by next month. Mr. Navis, who is in charge of the project, hopes that students will embrace their creativity to solve active problems in our society using this technology. Mr. Navis said, “When students walk into this room I expect them to be here to solve a problem, and leave from this room with a solution.” Our school is entering a new age of technology in which a student’s life is deeply integrated with technology, and so our school has decided move forward with this change and embrace it.

The school hopes to interlace the school curriculum and units of study with innovation lab activities. The innovation lab is currently intended to be used for science courses, but Mr. Navis plans to expand the range of courses involved. Perhaps in science classes one might use the 3D printers to construct the model of an atom, or use the drones to show students certain terrain and geography. The innovation lab can also simply be used to advance a student’s expertise in programming as the construction of an object using the 3D printer asks a student to program and construct their objects using Cero.

The Innovation Lab will be open to all students who are interested in creating objects with the 3D printer, using drones, or electrical engineering. The lab will also be used to teach electrical engineering in discovery courses.

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