Mission: Aiken Intermediate School prepares a community of learners with academic skills, habits of mind, and leadership abilities necessary to succeed in a global society.
Vision: Our vision is to forge strong, positive relationships with students so they can build confidence, gain academic knowledge, and achieve independence.
Welcome to Aiken Intermediate School - We are so excited to welcome you to Aiken Intermediate School (AIS), a unique learning environment that was created to meet the social, emotional and academic goals of our sixth-grade students as they transition from elementary school to middle school!
Each school year, we look forward to welcoming rising sixth grade students from Aiken Elementary, North Aiken Elementary, J.D. Lever Elementary, Chukker Creek Elementary, East Aiken School of the Arts, Oakwood-Windsor Elementary and Millbrook Elementary.
ENROLL FOR 2021-2022 ONLINE- Aiken County Public Schools' online student registration for all new and returning students is underway. Click HERE to begin the registration process.
Parents and guardians of new students should click on the words "New Student Registration" to be directed to the new student registration page.
For parents and guardians of all returning students, click on the words "PowerSchool Parent Portal" to access the link to 2020-21 online registration, which is located on the bottom left of the page. Simply click the “Returning Student Registration 2020-2021” link to get started.
Student Course Schedule Concerns: Each student takes an ELA, math, science and social studies class. Students have two periods of exploratory classes that are assigned as space is available. If you have a concern about your child's schedule (i.e. band has been left off of your child's schedule or a class period is missing), please click HERE to complete the electronic form.
Please note that exploratory classes are assigned as space is available. An administrator or counselor will call you regarding your concerns.
AIS Photo Gallery
Ms. McConnell, the District’s 2020-21 Teacher of the Year, will begin her duties in July.
Mr. Hamilton said he is looking forward to collaborating with the school and community to give students the highest level of education possible.
Fifty-Seven District Eighth-Grade Students Earn Academic Distinction as 2020-21 South Carolina Junior Scholars
The South Carolina Junior Scholars Program started over 30 years ago to identify eighth-grade students with exceptional academic talent.
When the opportunity to serve in a leadership role in the very same school where she began her career more than 15 years ago became available, Sabrina Buggs knew she could not let the opportunity pass her by.
Attributes of Premier Students
For a closer look at the Attributes of Premier students in Aiken County Public Schools, click on the words "Attributes of Premier Students," or simply look around your school as we're sharing these attributes in a big way and posters and banners are everywhere!