Campus Facilities

Welcome to ARIS, a place where transformative learning journeys begin! Our campus is located on the East Legon Boundary Road and offers exceptional education for students in Primary: Early Years, Primary Years Programme, and Secondary: MYP, IBDP, and IBCP.

Block A serves as a vital hub for secondary school students. This three-story building houses various essential spaces, including a Reception area, 12 classrooms, science labs, a Design Studio, two Infirmaries, and offices for the Emotional Counselor and Administration.

Block B features three classrooms, an Art room, a Performing Arts Studio, a Multipurpose hall, and three administrative/accounts offices.
Additionally, we provide three canteens, a school store, a gym, basketball and volleyball courts, and a football pitch.

Block C is the primary school, spread across three floors and with top-notch facilities. Inside, you'll find classrooms, specialised rooms, and a vibrant library. Immerse yourself in the ARIS Experience, where inspiration, empowerment, and personal growth pave the way to a better world. With cutting-edge technology and abundant resources, our blended learning approach ignites the imagination, nurtures creativity, and instils a passion for exploration in every student.

We are excited about the construction project for Block D, scheduled for completion in October 2024. To shape the design of these new spaces, we have prioritised key concepts:
Classrooms of the future: Open and flexible spaces that foster collaboration, comfort, and adaptability.Catering to diverse learning styles and needs: Purposefully designed classrooms that accommodate various learning preferences, allowing every student to thrive. Inspiring educational environments and creative workspaces: A stimulating atmosphere that sparks creativity, innovation, and motivation in students. Embracing the natural environment: Integrating elements of nature into the classrooms, promoting well-being and harmony through Biophilic Design principles.

All ARIS classrooms are equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity, big screens, and/or interactive smartboards, ensuring dynamic and engaging learning experiences.

As we believe in the symbiotic relationship between teaching, learning, and cutting-edge technology, our campus, designed to accommodate approximately 1,200 students, showcases world-class learning facilities that optimise the learning experience. It serves as a focal point, combining technological expertise with pedagogical excellence. Every aspect, from the physical environment to the incorporation of indigenous Ghanaian culture and artwork, aims to exemplify the best in secondary school education. In our commitment to sustainability, we prioritize green and environmentally-friendly solutions in building designs and facilities. We encourage active involvement from our students and staff to make a positive and sustainable impact on our surroundings.


ARIS Design Principles

Sustainability Integration:
Utilise eco-friendly materials for construction and furnishing, such as reclaimed wood, recycled materials, and low-VOC paints. To minimise environmental impact, incorporate renewable energy sources like solar panels and energy-efficient lighting. Implement water conservation strategies such as rainwater harvesting and efficient plumbing fixtures.

Cultural Connection and Local Identity:
Incorporate Ghanaian culture and heritage elements into the design, including traditional motifs, artwork, and locally sourced materials. Engage local artisans and craftsmen for custom furniture and decor pieces that reflect the cultural richness of Ghana. Create spaces for cultural exchange and celebration, such as designated areas for traditional music and dance performances.

Classrooms of the Future:
Design flexible, open-plan classrooms that can be easily reconfigured to accommodate different teaching methodologies and group sizes. Integrate movable furniture and modular partitions to facilitate collaboration and adaptability in learning spaces. Provide comfortable seating options and ergonomic furniture to promote student well-being and focus during lessons.

Catering to Diverse Learning Styles and Needs:
Design inclusive classrooms with varied seating arrangements, quiet zones for individual work, and interactive zones for group activities. Incorporate assistive technologies and learning tools to support students with diverse learning preferences, including sensory-friendly spaces. Offer multiple modes of presentation and assessment, such as visual aids, auditory resources, and hands-on activities, to cater to different learning styles.

Inspiring Educational Environments and Creative Workspaces:
Foster a stimulating atmosphere through vibrant colours, natural light, and interactive displays that showcase student work and achievements. Create dedicated innovation hubs and maker spaces with tools for hands-on experimentation, prototyping, and creative expression. Design breakout areas and informal gathering spots where students can brainstorm ideas, collaborate on projects, and engage in peer-to-peer learning.

Embracing the Natural Environment:
Integrate biophilic design principles by incorporating elements of nature such as indoor plants, living walls, and natural materials like stone and wood. Maximise views of the surrounding landscape and outdoor spaces to create connections with nature and promote a sense of well-being. Design outdoor learning areas, gardens, and nature trails as classroom extensions, allowing students to explore and learn from their environment.

By adhering to these design principles, we can create learning spaces that prioritise sustainability, cultural relevance, and inclusivity, fostering creativity, collaboration, and a deep appreciation for the natural world among its students and staff.


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Our Future of Inspiring, Empowering and Transforming is indeed bright.