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American International School of Johannesburg | Master Plan

Master Plan for PK-12 Campus | Johannesburg, South Africa

AISJ’s main campus is located on a 58-acre (23.5 ha) site on the northern edge of the greater Johannesburg area. Its former role as a horse farm is reflected in both the architecture of the original buildings and the rural nature of the campus. In addition to 76 classrooms, the site includes an all-purpose gymnasium, a cafeteria, a 180-seat theater, two libraries, a 25-meter open swimming pool, a small boarding house, outdoor tennis and basketball courts, and three soccer fields. Current enrollment on the main campus is approximately 740 students in grades Pre-K through 12. The plan focuses on creating distinct schools that connect to a common core and reflect the rural architecture of Johannesburg.

Phase 1: AISJ Middle School

Phase 2: AISJ Aquatic Center and Kgoro

Phase 3: AISJ Treehouse Gym

Phase 4: AISJ Theater and Arts Courtyard

Time Span 2011
Type Master Plan for PK-12 Campus
Client American International School of Johannesburg
Size 25 hectares (62 acres)
Architectural Team David Croteau, Principal-in-Charge; Kelley Banks, Project Manager
Photographer Raber Umphenour

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