The school is situated in a suburb of Lome called Kegue, in its own purpose-built facility, which is ten minutes from the US Embassy. This spacious campus has ten classrooms, a science lab, an IT Lab, a library, an art room, a music room, a French room, and a multipurpose room. For recreation, sports and leisure, there is patio that serves as an eating area, an elementary playground, a soccer field, a running track, a basketball court, lawns and student gardens.
The American International School of Lomé (AISL), established in 1967, is a private, non-profit, college preparatory day school offering an educational program to students of all nationalities from Nursery (age 2) through Grade 12. The School is fully accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools through Grade 12.