What Our Students Say
Spending time in the industry, I have seen the obstacles involved in providing quality access to education. This, among other things, has made me more aware than ever of the great privilege to have had my education at AMI. I often credit a large portion of my success at this point in my life to the firm foundation I received in school. The small class sizes were beneficial not only because of the ability to get individualized attention from teachers, but also with the development of my leadership potential in a plethora of activities from student councils to cross school competitions and Human Rights Awareness Programs. Activities like traditional kathak dance that opened my mind; to civic classes and health awareness sessions that shaped me to be a better person in life. As an adult, I continue to be blessed by friendships that began at AMI because of how close-knit the student body is. For these reasons and more, I will be forever grateful for my time at AMI and the teachers that attributed to the successes in my life thus far.
Recalling my time at AMI, I can say that it has taught me how to be open to new experiences and meeting new people. It has made me recognize my strengths and nourished my love for sports
I remember the time spent at AMI as a truly happy time in my life. Maybe it was the small class sizes which allowed individual attention or teachers always letting learning happen at a natural pace or maybe it was Aaya Amma or the piping hot aloo samosas at the canteen! AMI has played a significant role in my life’s trajectory and as clichéd as it may sound, I really wouldn’t be where I am today without AMI. Math was never my favourite subject until Sir Shirazi started teaching it. His absolute love for the subject was evident in the way he taught. And a subject that once terrified me became a happy experience. This school also made me discover my love for creating. Taking O-Level art was probably one of the best decisions of my life. Miss Mariam’s classes hold a special place in my heart and I remember them being a respite from the busy school day. Packing my art bag for each class would bring me so much joy and frequenting stationery shops became a norm, much to my delight. Graduating from IVS in 2015, I ended up pursuing a career in art and design and I now work as a professional illustrator and graphic designer. I feel so lucky to have been taught, nurtured and inspired by some wonderful people. This is my small way of saying thanks to a place which I willalways looks back on with the fondest of memories.
The AMI school provided me with an engaging learning environment where my ideas were always supported and questions encouraged. I am grateful for the life-long community of friends and teachers I built at the school.
I was very fortunate to be a part of “The AMI School” from Montessori till my O Levels. The learning experience has given me confidence to achieve something that I used to believe as impossible. The teachers were always very helpful and encouraging and you could always go to them for guidance. The immense support by my teachers have made me what I am today. Going to AMI was not only stepping into a study place. It was like going to your second home where I made some amazing friends and also got a safe environment for my studies along with activities from which I learned a lot. My principals always encouraged me to showcase my hidden talent and guided me to take a path which was better for me. The days which have been spent in “The AMI School” will always be cherished as they were the golden days and will be remembered for the rest of my life.