AISJ

AcronymDefinition
AISJAmerican International School of Jeddah (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)
AISJAmerican Institute for Social Justice (formerly Arkansas Institute for Social Justice; est. 1972)
AISJAmerican International School of Johannesburg
AISJAgroindustrias San Jacinto (Spanish: San Jacinto Agribusiness; Peru)
AISJAssociation for Islamic Studies in Japan (est. 1963)
AISJAnglican International School of Jerusalem (Israel)
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It was an elementary school for the first 25 years and for the past 15 offered an AISJ program covering pre-kindergarten up to Grade 12.
AISJ, which was was established in 1952, is a US-accredited Pre-K to Grade 12 college-preparatory institution.
On Monday, the AISJ will implement a test run of their virtual program.
Both faculty members and parents hope that the trial run will not only allow AISJ to take the necessary measures to tackle any technical issues, but also address the many areas of concern from parents.
Monti Hallberg, superintendent of the AISJ, kicked off the groundbreaking ceremony and thanked all those involved in the project.
The single competitive fixture, between bisj and AISJ was more evenly matched than in former encounters and was no foregone conclusion.
In a free running match that featured wide running and open rugby BISJ eventually emerged victors beating aisj 6 tries to 2 (24 points to 8).
Osama Zahran, vice president of the board of trustees of the AISJ and president of the school's Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA), told Arab News.
JEDDAH: The American International School of Jeddah (AISJ) is to hold next week its annual family carnival, which is expected to be attended by over 5,000 visitors and include lots of family activities.