We're eager to help make your transition across the world as smooth as possible. If you can not find the information you're looking for here or elsewhere on our site, please feel free to reach out to our admissions team with your questions, big or small.
- When should I start the application process?
- My family will be moving to Moscow mid-way through the academic year. Can we join AAS at that point, or do we have to wait for the start of the next semester?
- Is education free for US citizens at AAS?
- My child is currently receiving learning support. Does AAS have a learning resource program?
- My child will turn five on 10th September. As he only misses your cut-off date by a few days, can he be enrolled in your Kindergarten class?
- I am not familiar with your class numbering system. What grade should my child apply for?
- I am bringing my family out to Moscow for a visit, prior to accepting a new posting. Can we come to the school for a tour when we have a break in our schedule?
- My family is transferring from Korea. My child will complete Grade 2 in February. Can he enter Grade 3 when we come to Moscow in March?
- I am being posted to Moscow by the US State Department. Do I need to submit applications for my children in advance or can I just enroll them when we arrive in Moscow?
- We are applying for new passports. Should I wait until we get them before sending in my child’s application?
- My child has a US passport. Does that mean she gets Category 2 status?
- My whole family are Permanent Residents in Canada. Does that give us Category 2 status?
We recommend you submit your application in January/February in order to join us for the start of the next academic year in August. If you are planning to join AAS during the course of the academic year, please submit your application as soon as possible. Please read our explanation of the application process.
AAS is a fee-paying school. This applies to all students, irrespective of citizenship. Fees will depend on the grade level, the time of year you enroll, and whether or not your child requires any additional support programs, such as EAL. Please contact the admissions department for specific information.
AAS has a limited learning resource program, so it is very important that you contact us as soon as possible, giving full details of the levels of support your child is currently receiving. This way, we can assess whether or not we have a program that will meet your child’s needs. Please send us as much information as possible (such as current report cards, Individual Education Plans, standardized testing results, and Educational Psychologist reports) so that our Student Services Team can give you an informed decision.
The Anglo-American School follows the US / Canada class numbering system.
|Age by 1 September||England / Wales||US / Canada|
|3||Nursery||Nursery / Pre-K 3*|
|6||Year 2||Grade 1|
|7||Year 3||Grade 2|
|8||Year 4||Grade 3|
|9||Year 5||Grade 4|
|10||Year 6||Grade 5|
|11||Year 7||Grade 6|
|12||Year 8||Grade 7|
|13||Year 9||Grade 8|
|14||Year 10||Grade 9|
|15||Year 11||Grade 10|
|16||Year 12||Grade 11|
|17||Year 13||Grade 12|
*Please note: AAS no longer has a Pre-K 3 program. The Pre-K 3 pilot program that ran during the 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 school years has ended.
When students transfer to us from a country where the academic year runs from January – December, our policy is to place them in the grade just completed. However, if the Principal deems it appropriate, he may decide to administer assessment tests in the core subject areas, to see if the student is ready for promotion to the grade level above.
AAS was founded by the Embassies of Canada, the UK and the US and children of diplomatically accredited employees of these three embassies are given admissions priority with our school. We will hold places for you in the relevant grades, but you do need to complete the admissions process in the same way as every other applicant. Please contact us as soon as you know that you will be moving to Moscow.