Dear parents, students and visitors,
It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our school website.
AISL believes that every child deserves an excellent and holistic education at a reasonable cost. And that is the motivation that drives AISL to offer children from diverse backgrounds a quality education based on a rigorous curriculum modeled after the best educational practices and methodologies of the United States of America. The school provides its students with the opportunity to earn an American High School Diploma that will allow them to apply for entrance into four-year colleges and universities around the world.
AISL community comprises supportive parents, motivated students, caring and diligent teachers and dedicated staff who give their best effort to the operation of the school. And that creates an environment that is conducive to learning and inspires curiosity. AISL strives to make its campus safe and every member of its community is responsible for the safety and protection of the students.
At every level of the program, students and teachers focus on the habits of empathy, perseverance, inquiry, mastery and responsibility that ensure each student’s success in school. Far beyond AISL campus, students demonstrate the ability to make meaningful contributions to society. AISL students volunteer in the community and gain leadership skills.
I invite you to learn more about AISL, an accredited college preparatory school. I hope that your time on our website will help you discover the opportunities of AISL. I also hope that this represents your first step, of many, in coming to know and understand AISL.
We sincerely hope that through your interest, you will come to feel part of our school and its warm and generous community.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
Jean Louis Manga
Head of School, American International School Of Lomé
About Jean Louis MANGA
Jean Louis Manga currently teaches secondary mathematics at his beloved American International School of Lome (AISL). Prior joining his new school in September 2008, he lived in the United States for twenty years and taught mathematics at Glendale Community College and Southwest Los Angeles Community College in the State of California. In 2006, he worked collaboratively with his colleagues to help raise the scores in mathematics across all levels at Reseda Magnet Science High School in Reseda in the Los Angeles School Unified District. He enjoys sharing his love of mathematics with his students.