All Nations International School’s spectacular piece of land, ringed with flora in a calm and quiet surrounding, highly contributes to the development of our students’ mental growth. Our four acre campus surrounded by nature and many tall trees provide students with a peaceful learning environment.

Learning Facilitators
Students are helped in many ways by the visiting foreign lecturers. All the students from preschool to middle school are taught by well-educated and qualified local and foreign educators.

Class Rooms
Spacious and well-equipped classrooms, rich with various types of teaching aides and resources, are well-suited for subjects such as Western Music, Art & craft, and etc. We have three main well-equipped Science Laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, and Biology. Most of our classrooms are equipped with a computer, and students have access to school computer labs.

We have well-equipped computer labs with access to the internet and 50 computers.

We have our own swimming pool including the baby pool for our students. We have a certified coach to ensure professional swimming instructions, and to keep our students safe and well supervised. We have a basketball court and a full sized badminton court with the instructor that aims to go to the nationals. We have a beautiful playground for lower grade children. We also have a field for students to learn various sports, and coaches to guide them. Maximum opportunities are given to our children for their physical growth.

ANIS Library
"Train a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not turn from it.” Proverbs 22:6(NIV)
We have a wonderfully furnished library to promote reading enthusiasm, to facilitate reading skills, and to support and complement the subjects taught in the school curriculums. ANIS library provides the opportunity for quality reading, and introduces the students to the rich heritage of edifying classic literatures. It helps promote literacy, development skills, and behavior expectations in using the library and reference materials. The role of the librarian is to deliver library skills to all students and staffs. It is essential that users receive information and the confidence to see the library as a place of enjoyment and a support for higher knowledge.

Our goal is to establish a well-balanced book supplies with sufficient varieties and numbers, and to develop a warm, caring environment that is conducive to learning with frequent access. Indeed, we are blessed to have a substantial collection of books which are donated from international organizations and countries such as South Korea, America, Canada, and from various intellectuals’ personal collections.