​STUDENT LIFE

Extra-Curricular Activities


To compliment our students' education, British American Institute offers a wide array of extra-curricular activites. All students are encouraged to participate in the afformentioned, which take place after their regular school hours. 

 

These classes provide students with the opportunity to belong to the school's athletic teams, as well as enriching their daily curriculum. They also provide parents with the flexibility of picking their children up 1 to 2 hours after their regular dismissal time. 

 

Classes are offered Monday through Thursday from September to the end of the shcool year. 

SOCCER

BASKETBALL

MARTIAL ARTS

JAZZ

BALLET

CHESS

ENGLISH ESL

HOMEWORK CLUB

HIP HOP

READING WORKSHOP

 

NEXT GAME

AUG

00:00 am 

AUG

00:00 am 

Music

 

Students start Music Lessons as young as Nursery Section. We believe formal music training is a crucial part of every child's education. In Elementary, students learn to read music, as well as playing the flute. They attend music lessons one hour a week. Students are also encouraged to participate in the School Choir and to take Guitar Lessons as an after-school activity. 

Yoga

 

Students are instructed in this ancient discipline to help develop a better understanding of their bodies as well as helping them focus and develop longer attention spans. 

 

Students in Kindergarten and Elementary have 30 min and 1 hour classes per week respectively, during their normal school hours. 

BAI PRESENTS:

25th Anniversary

JUNE 2018

Music
Performing Arts

 

British American Institute prides itself on the quality of its theatrical presentations. In every play, the whole school is given the chance to participate as either a member of the chorus or a main character. We have presented our interpretations of The Wizard of Oz, "The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Lion King, and The Little Mermaid. Acting coaches work closely with main characters and professional choreographers are in charge of the musical numbers. Plays are usually presented at CECUT, the city's largest theater. Participating in these plays helps give the students a sense of security and self-esteem as well as providing them with the opportunity to dabble in the fine arts first-hand. 

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