Agnes Irwin girls are curious. Articulate. Confident. Engaged. Creative. Powerful. And authentically themselves. Learn more about Student Life @ AIS and the storied traditions and activities that keep our campus abuzz.
Ask any current student or alumna about their time at Agnes Irwin, and they will undoubtedly share one or more of the traditions that thread our community together — from 1869 through today.
Learn. Play. Explore. Grow. Lower School @ AIS is all about following curiosity and understanding that young girls can do anything.
Stand up. Speak out. Own your voice. Middle School @ AIS connects students to each other, the world, and themselves, and empowers them to reach higher.
Dive deep. Think differently. Lead the way. Upper School @ AIS embraces the personal journey and discovery which sets the trajectory for higher learning and future success.
Together, we are AIS
Our school fosters an environment that represents many backgrounds — and supports a community where the contribution and experiences of all people are valued. We are committed to being a truly inclusive, diverse, and equitable community, and honor the individuality of our students, families, faculty, and staff. Learn more about our commitment to equity and inclusion
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"AIS offers a lot of opportunities for every aspect of your life, regardless of what you are interested in. Not only are there a multitude of classes and clubs, we also have community service activities, travel opportunities, summer activities, and art classes —so you get to try a little bit of everything."
"The most meaningful opportunity for me at AIS is the chance to travel abroad. I went to China on an exchange program and it was truly life changing — the experience opened my eyes to a completely different way of life and I met so many amazing people. Without AIS and the faculty and staff here, this trip would not have been possible and for that, I am so grateful."