"As a parent, you know how important the early years of a child’s development are. You may know how formative the middle school years can be. And you may have seen the future begin to take shape in the eyes of a high schooler.
At AHIA, we use the phrase Be Greater. It’s a promise from us to you, to our students, to our staff, and to our community to actively nurture these young people as they discover and pursue their life’s calling.
We have built a reputation for excellence at AHIA on the belief that every student is unique, made in God’s image. It’s through relentless dedication and innovation that we provide the education and opportunities to honor that belief.
We are always researching and implementing educational advancements that make each student’s experience better inside and outside of the classroom. We are dedicated to helping them discover and fuel their dreams and intellectual pursuits with experiences and relationships. This is a place where your future begins. I’m grateful for this community of educators and families, and honored to follow in the footsteps of our founder and president, Bishop Clark, JD; and the founding president, Justin Solomon Gbla, Esq.
My promise to them and to you is to continue their legacies of excellence by answering God’s calling and relying on my passionate faculty, staff, and board of trustees. I invite you to visit our campus and see what it means to Be Greater."
Mr. Augustine B. Kamara
As a newly establish school in Sierra Leone. We will continue to post updates as future plans are made. We are closely monitoring the evolving situation and are following the guidance and recommendations of the CDC and the Department of Health. The health and well-being of all AHIA families is our main priority.
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Non-Discriminatory Admission Policy
AIM Higher International Academy admits students of any race, color, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.