Meet our Teaching Teams

Educators Dedicated to Maximizing Student Growth

Our low student-to-teacher ratio and innovative teacher collaboration enables our educators to develop an individualized path for your child to discover his or her full potential. Our teachers are committed to empowering your child to perform at the highest academic standards, while developing his or her critical thinking, personal balance, and adventurousness. This personalized attention ensures your child receives the support they need to become positive contributors in the community, with the confidence to grow into global leaders and initiate connections with others.

Meet our Classroom Teachers


Meet our Educational Specialists

Kate Clark, Librarian
Kate remembers the exact moment when she learned the etymology of the word “philosophy” in her freshman year of college, and has loved the word ever since. “Love of knowledge” is at the heart of what she does every day as a librarian. “People tend to think of librarians as book protectors or professional shushers,” she says, “but we are really the champions of knowledge. We connect people to information.” As a librarian, Kate draws on her experience as a classroom teacher, public library experience and personal love of sharing knowledge. She previously held the position of librarian at Pickle Elementary within Austin ISD, as a primary teacher at ACE Academy in Austin, and was a library intern at the St. John’s and Faulk branches of the Austin Public Library. When not working, Kate supports the arts by taking in a theater, dance or music performance as often as possible. Education: MLS in information studies, The University of Texas at Austin. BA in musical theater and psychology, Syracuse University (NY).

Fabrice Raud, IT Coordinator
Fabrice began first in Paris and later at the French American School of Chicago, at the elementary grades, followed by ten years at the Lycée Français de Chicago as a computer science teacher in the middle school. He founded and directed a live-in full immersion French camp for children in Illinois. He values making the trilingual immersion education environment work for the students, as well as participating in the growth of the unique AIS curriculum.  He began at AIS in 2010. Fabrice marries his love of computer science and teaching as a proponent of technology in the classroom and implements this in the curriculum wherever possible. Fabrice holds his French Teaching Certification from the École Normale de Niort (France) and studied at the Université de Paris 7.