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AIS-Salzburg Newsletter

Dear AIS-Salzburg Community,


Recently, we formulated and communicated up-to-date and clear guidelines (see below) sourced from the Austrian health and governmental authorities concerning travel into Austria from anywhere in the world as well as visa and SARS-Covid-2 testing requirements.  Obviously, this information represents a snapshot of the present situation based upon the health data to date.  As the weeks progress, we will be updating this information and communicating it through our website (www.ais-salzburg.at) as well as in our weekly newsletters.  We are hopeful that the situation in Austria remains under control and have high confidence that the government and health officials here will remain appropriately prudent. 

Stay in touch and let us know what questions you have: we'll be doing our best through the summer to keep you accurately informed.

Headmaster McLean

Arrival in Austria and Visa Information for New Students




Despite challenges that the Corona virus has presented for the 2020-2021 school year, the good news is that all students from around the world can enter Austria provided they follow a certain set of travel and visa guidelines. For more information on these up-to-date guidelines specific to your country or from where you will be arriving, we invite you to click the button below.  
Guidelines

International Boarding School? What about Corona?


The Corona pandemic will not last forever. Will the same be said about your child’s education?

The worldwide Corona pandemic has led many parents to more carefully consider the educational options available for their children and what risks may be involved. These are important considerations and require familiarity with reliable facts that are hard to come by given the fluctuating and unpredictable nature of this crisis.

Some parents may decide to drop their considerations of providing their children with the outstanding opportunities that an international boarding school can provide and keep them at home. This is an understandable conclusion but does often bring with it the further acceptance of a secondary education that may be publicly underfunded, moribund in its programming, and bereft of the experiences and intellectual challenges that will be necessary to gain acceptance to university programs of quality.

If, on the other hand, one is willing to look into and gain an objective understanding of the security and quality of an educational experience offered by an international boarding school with many years of experience, some interesting and thought-provoking facts provide food for thought. Here are a few of the more important considerations that one should take into account:

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Teacher Spotlight: Jennifer Fratianni

 

Hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio, Jennifer Fratianni has been a member of the English department for a number of years and has just finished up her 20th year at AIS-Salzburg. An outdoor enthusiast, she can be found hiking, skiing, and rock climbing in the mountains when she’s not in the classroom. Jennifer is passionate about teaching English, and she loves connecting with students by exploring great literature with them. She also enjoys tutoring students one-on-one and has helped numerous students over the years to cope with the demands of their rigorous academic schedules by helping them to improve their English language skills.

News & Events


Summer Language Program Session 1 Begins July 19th!!

While most students have enjoyed the summer sun and some relaxation time, things at AIS-Salzburg have continued to remain as busy as ever in preparation for the Summer Language Program. While work crews have been conducting a number of renovations to classrooms, hallways and dorm rooms, AIS-Salzburg summer administration has been working hard to prepare Summer Language Program Corona Guidelines, which we published in last week's newsletter. In case you missed it, you can read about our guidelines via the button below. 
View Corona Guidelines
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