AISE-West Libraries

Our Libraries:

AISE-West has two libraries to serve our students and staff. The 4th floor library opened in October, 2014, specifically to address the needs of our high school population. The 3rd floor library is designed to support our elementary and middle school students. All students and staff are automatically members of our libraries. Parents are also able to set up a library account that allows them to check out materials for their children or themselves.

Our Collection:

Our library collection is constantly developing and expanding as funding becomes available. Materials are selected to support our curriculum for all ages of students from pre-kindergarten to our senior IB students. Through our collection and the presentation of materials, we also hope to encourage a life-long love of reading.

Destiny:

Our library materials can be viewed through our online library catalog known as Destiny. This catalog may be accessed at : http://follett.aiswest.com/

Our Destiny home page also has active links to online resources that support a variety of academic and recreational literacy needs for all ages of students such as:

  • TumbleBooks offers a variety of storybooks and chapter books for elementary students to listen to and read along with.
  • BrainPop offers animated, engaging , curriculum-based activities for elementary and middle school students.
  • EBSCO Host and JSTOR are authoratative, academic databases designed to support the research needs of older students.

E-books will soon be available through our library catalog in the very near future for the AISE-West community.

Library Hours:

Our libraries are open from 8:00-3:30 each school day, except on Thursday when we close at 3:00.

Library Mission Statement:

  • The AISE-West Library mission is to develop all forms of literacy, teaching, learning, and culture through core school library services.
  • To support and enhance the educational goals of the school.
  • To promote and appreciate a life-long love of reading of both fiction and nonfiction.
  • To encourage learners to use information for knowledge, understanding, imagination, and enjoyment.
  • To provide safe access to resources in various formats in order to expose learners to diverse ideas, experiences, and opinions.
  • To promote the ethical use of information and intellectual property, and to emphasize the importance and value of academic honesty.
  • To encourage learners to wonder, to be amazed, to satisfy their appetite for learning about new things, and to feed their own natural story-telling skills.

  • American International School in Egypt - West Campus
  • Al Shabab Road, Giza Governorate, Egypt

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Established in Cairo for over 25 years, American International School in Egypt's (AIS) - West Campus was inaugurated in 2009. Serving the local and international community, AIS encourages and inspires students to become lifelong learners who contribute to a diverse and changing world. An Esol Education school, AIS is part of a network of exceptional international schools around the world in locations such as Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Cairo, Nicosia and Lebanon.

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