4th and 5th graders at The American International School of Muscat (TAISM) put on a spectacular performance of "The Jungle Book Kids" for the annual ES musical.
The school's facilities are state-of-the-art and are very inviting. They provide a good education and opportunities to grow in non-academic areas, like music, the arts, drama, and sports.
Music is a core part of TAISM’s culture. Beginning in Elementary School, our students experience a range of instruments and choir settings. Through music, students learn to collaborate and cultivate their skills both as an individual and an ensemble. In Middle and High School, our band program is inclusive of all ability levels, giving each student the chance to hone their skills and learn in a performing arts setting."
Students in grades 7-12 have the opportunity to take drama in their school day, where they learn vital speaking and presentation skills. In addition, they are exposed to fundamental principles of technical theater in our state-of-the-art Bosch Center. After-school productions are an extension of this learning process, where students collaborate and create to showcase their skills and hard work.
The Bosch Center
Visual arts are an essential part of a well-rounded education. Throughout TAISM, student artwork is displayed and celebrated, and all of our students, from EC through High School, experience the visual arts through a variety of mediums. Our students progress from the basics of painting and drawing to specialized High School courses in ceramics, printmaking, Visual Journals, and more.
TAISM hosted the AMIS International High School Choir Festival from 1-5 March. Students from 25 schools all around the world came to Oman to sing, learn, collaborate, and perform in a gala performance for members of the TAISM community and special guests.
Have you noticed a change in the TAISM Elementary School Library? Beautiful art is hanging from the ceiling on tapestries!