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The Anglo-American School of Moscow campus opened in August 2000. It was purpose-built, with facilities specifically catering to both educational and extracurricular pursuits and includes extended instruction capabilities due to students having access to wireless Internet throughout the school. The Anglo-American School of Moscow (AAS) is a 30,000-square-meter, state-of-the-art building in Northwest Moscow.
Nestled between the Moscow Canal and the Pokrovskoye-Glebevo Park off Volokolamskoye Schosse, 20 minutes from the city center, the school stands on 6.5 hectares of land adjacent to the Pokrovsky Hills housing community. This purpose-built facility is the culmination of a decade of dedication and effort by its three founding embassies--the US, UK, and Canada--and hundreds of volunteers from our parent and corporate communities whose strong belief in AAS raised the seed money to develop this campus.
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Facilities and Services
Providing safe, thoughtfully designed and inspiring learning spaces for students.
Schedule an appointment with the AAS Cashier or to refill your cafeteria account.
The Anglo-American School seeks to be a center of activities for its students and families. In addition, AAS recognizes that its facilities can also be considered to be a resource for the wider community. To achieve these goals the Administration will permit organized use of school facilities when such use either enhances the AAS educational program or does not conflict with the normal operation of the school, and is consistent with AAS policies and philosophy.
The facilities form is not available at this time. AAS is not renting out any facilities during the Covid-19 pandemic
The AAS Bolshoi Theatre was opened in August 2007. The Bolshoi (Big) Theatre complex includes a beautiful 630-seat proscenium stage with a state-of-the-art control booth for lights, sound and projection.
With its movable stage and flexible seating, the Malyy (Small) Theatre allows for experimental works in progress to be shown to an audience of up to 200.
In addition to the Bolshoi Theatre, AAS has two black box theatre rooms. One of them is referred to as the Malyy Theatre and used by all school divisions for a variety of performances and special events. The second black box theatre room is used by our Middle School drama students and used for special events.
Our indoor, regulation-sized swimming pool is an L-shaped, 6 lane pool, 25 meters in length with a depth range of 1.2 -3.3 meters.
AAS is home to a fully functional fitness center that provides our students with well-rounded fitness opportunities. Middle and high school PE classes use the facility during the day and high school students can enjoy a workout during their breaks and after school. The fitness center includes free weights, treadmills, elliptical and other fitness machines. There is also a stationary bike room. The Penguin Life Leadership Program provides student Fitness Centre Supervisors to manage and maintain the facility. The fitness center is accessible during SportZone hours.
Used for the PE curriculum courses during the day, as well as a variety of school activities such as yoga, body pump, fitness classes, aerobic and anaerobic stations.
With over 70,000 items in its collection, it is the largest and most extensive English-resource library in the city of Moscow.
AAS is fortunate to have access to a fully functional and maintained sports field adjacent to the forested park in front of the school.
The north field is used during school for Physical Education classes and Penguin sport teams after school.
An outdoor area for play and sports for elementary students.
Large enough for multiple teaching spaces and sized for competition, the North Gymnasium enables middle and high school students to learn skills, improve their physical conditioning, and compete against other schools.
A fully functional double gym with separators, elementary students friendly design and easily accessible by elementary school physical education classes and ES after school activities.
An impressive hall with 10m high ceilings and large windows which fill the space with natural light.
The center piece of the AAS campus
In the South Cafeteria there is a salad bar and four lunch choices each day: entrée with meat, vegetarian entrée, sandwich, or vegetarian sandwich.
In the North Cafeteria there are four or five lunch choices each day. There is always at least one vegetarian entrée option. Students can also choose their meal from the salad bar, sushi bar, or sandwich station.
Eight science labs, including one for the Elementary School, three for the Middle School and four for the High School, utilize today’s technology and advanced scientific tools to allow students not only to learn science, but also to become "scientists."
Four computer labs, in addition to extensive computer resources in the library, connect students to the internet, giving them the skills and confidence to think globally while working and studying locally.
There are 128 classrooms located on 5 floors at AAS. All classrooms have at least one computer, a SMARTboard, a TV, and a DVD player. All computers are connected to high-speed internet; wireless internet is also available throughout the school.
Three art studios for the middle and high schools, including one dedicated to ceramics, and two art studios for the elementary school enable every student to experiment with a broad range of media and open doors to self-expression.
3 tennis courts are used for PE curriculum classes and the Penguin tennis team. The courts are accessible during SportZone hours.
The AAS Health Center, staffed by two registered nurses, stands ready to attend to minor scrapes and bruises or emergencies. It is a warm and welcoming place for students to lie down until they are able to return to class, or parents can arrive to take them home.
The tennis courts and greentop spaces are converted into ice skating rinks in the winter.