Dear Parents,

We know that choosing the right school can be a challenging process. Thank you for your interest in AITA! We are delighted that you are considering our school as a future place for your child. We support excellence since 1811.

If you are looking for an academic challenge, national diversity AITA would be a perfect place for your child. Although the strong college curriculum is required, our teachers highly encourage creativity and project-based learning in order to maximize the potential of every student. We also expect our students to develop character and respect our core values.

We offer a unique combination of small size classes, a committed faculty and staff.

We inspire our students to become their best through real-life experiences and active learning.

We are a place where big ideas and dreams become reality through a superb career and college preparation program. 

We understand that your decision to attend boarding school is one of the most important choices you will ever make. Our admissions team is here to guide you through this process and answer any questions you have about the AITA education.
We look forward to meeting you on our campus and introduce you with variety of opportunities that your child can benefit of.

Entry requirements


What kind of AITA candidate we are looking for:

Although a demonstrated responsibility for learning is the most important criterion, the committee also looks for qualities of character and maturity, as well as the ability and willingness to contribute to the life of the school community.

The minimum English requirements may include, but are not limited to, the following guidelines:
  • Duolingo (95)
  • TOEFL (70)
  • IELTS (6)
  • CERF (B2)

* If a candidate does not satisfy the required level of English proficiency, a student will be placed in the ESL program.


Transfer applications for January 2024 (Spring semester) enrollment will be considered on a limited basis.
The application deadline for Fall 2024 is May 31, with decisions being communicated by June 15.

a) Evidence of current and/or previous education (such as a diploma, transcripts or list of grades)
If your qualification certificates and transcripts are not in English, you also need to arrange a translation by a sworn or certified translator.

b) 3 reference letters (Math and English teacher preferably) – Download form

c) English language certificate

d) Student essay – We require students personally to respond to the following questions:

1. How would you describe a typical day at your current school including your off-school activities? (Minimum 50 words)
2. What are your academic goals and interests, including both high school and university education? (Minimum 50 words)
3. What person or event do you consider to be influential in your life? Please explain (Minimum 100 words)
4. You just woke up and found out that all classes have been canceled today. How might you spend the rest of this day? (Minimum 50 words)

e) Formal photo (Optional)

Document 1  Document 2   Document 3


Online application form
Pay application fee – $50 non-refundable fee is required)

Transfer applications for January 2024 (spring semester) enrollment will be considered on a limited basis.

The application deadline for fall 2024 is May 31, with decisions being communicated on June 15.


*An on-campus interview is encouraged, but if this is not possible we can arrange a Zoom interview. Interview spaces available during office hours by appointment. Please contact our admissions office via phone or email to schedule your interview time –