About the School

The American School of Zagreb was founded almost 50 years ago to serve the needs of the American community residing in Zagreb. During the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, the school’s population fluctuated in size between 40 and 70 students. Today, the school’s population is 250 students on average, K-12.

In 1993, as the school continued to grow, the school changed its name to the American International School of Zagreb to reflect its growing international population.

In 2000, the American International School of Zagreb moved to its present location in the southeast wing of the Inter-Diocesan Seminary at Voćarska 106.


AISZ is a culturally diverse learning community that provides students with an intellectually stimulating program in a nurturing environment. We place students at the center of education, and encourage them to be creative individuals, critical thinkers, life-long learners, and socially responsible world citizens.

We believe in differentiated instruction and tend to inspire, motivate and empower all learners and develops leaders for an interdependent world, one child at a time.

AISZ is like a second home to many talented students and their families, since there is a strong sense of community and belonging @ AISZ!

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