The tables below identify and answer
some of the most common questions about our student distribution.
Distribution - Girls / Boys
Mixed gender schools are better and more beneficial for students. Students are young and school is the main place where they learn and develop their social skills. It is where they learn to adapt to different types of environments that they may encounter now and in the future.
At a mixed-gender school like AHI, students get equal opportunities for learning. Boys and girls will be taught and treated the same with no sex preference. Students are graded and evaluated on the work they submit, not on what their gender is. Working together in the classroom and on homework assignments provides boys and girls the opportunity to learn from each other intellectually, as well as socially.
Distribution - Nationality
The following table includes information on where AHI students come from (their nationality).
AHI is a specialized school that has been an important part of the conversation around school diversity and integration in Copenhagen.
|Country||Grade 0||Grade 1||Grade 2||Grade 3||Grade 4|| Grade 5||Grade 6||Grade 7||Grade 8||Grade 9||TOTAL|
|Bosnia and Hercegovina||0||0|
Distribution - Municipality
The following table includes information on where AHI students come from (their domicile).
One major consideration for many parents is how far away from home they are willing to send their children to school. AHI has been the proper fit despite long distances.