"I love that ASW has a wide range of after-school activities for anyone who wants to play sports ranging from Tennis to Softball."
Your Journey at ASW Begins Here
Our goal in Admissions is to ensure that every students has the very best start at ASW. We achieve this by supporting families at every stage of the application process.
- Get to know our school by browsing our website, downloading our brochure, or even visiting us at an Open House event.
- Send us an inquiry/visit form and arrange a visit to our campus and meet our admissions team.
- When you are ready to apply, read the How to Apply guide and create your candidate account through our online application system.
The ASW brochure provides an overview of our school, its philosophy, and the programs on offer.
"It is amazing how the school connects sport to traveling and gaining knowledge and giving us opportunities to meet new people from different countries."
"ASW has helped me to improve my English gradually through EAP classes."
"I enjoy the fact that many students get to participate in sports and other after-school activities."
"I like that at ASW can use laptops in the classes."
"The minute I walk into the big ASW doors and see my welcoming friends greet me in the morning, I know the day will be wonderful."
"The most important thing that I have learned at ASW is to be 'internationally friendly' and respect everyone's beliefs no matter where they are from."
"The opportunities for traveling give you the drive to get your work done so that you can have fun with your friends on trips."
"I like how we have various class choices and opportunities for clubs."
"I have learnt a lot about the power of friendship."
"Regardless of whether it be an extracurricular activity or an academic project, I have learned to take the jump and just trust that I will land."
"I really appreciate that the teachers care about the student’s learning and well-being because it creates a really positive and successful learning environment."
"I like the fact that we use laptops to do most of our assignments instead of writing on paper."