AISL recognizes the importance of student leadership and participation in the life of the school. At AISL, the Student Council is considered the voice of the student body. Through Student Council, students develop leadership and teamwork skills by organizing a variety of activities and programs during the school year. Students are elected by their peers, and they participate in a campaign process. Students are responsible for conceptualizing, planning, executing and evaluating the events they offer to and for their peers. Events may include school spirit activities and community service-oriented projects.
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.