The Year of the Wildebeest

Support Staff

Mr. Elken Gondea

Mr. Elken GondeaWelcome to the year of the WILDEBEEST, it’s such an honor to be a part of the team that begins the 2nd decade here at AISM. Characteristically, Gnus is noted for movement in large groups.

While migration may seem like a chaotic frenzy of movement, research has shown a herd of wildebeest possess what is known as ‘swarm intelligence’, where the wildebeest systematically explore and overcome an obstacle as one.

Like the GNU, our level of unity and team spirit will determine our strength and enhance our productivity. It doesn’t matter how slippery or muddy the terrain gets; our hooves are design to keep us moving, and together we can make this school year a great one.

Once again, welcome to the year of the WILDEBEEST…

Nurse G

Mr. Randulf Barrosa

Mr. Randulf BarrosaThe year of the Wildebeest…

The great thing about a new school year is that everything starts fresh…

The year of the Wildebeest is a fresh start, which I look forward to.

Wildebeest inhabit the plains and open woodlands of parts of Africa, in the south of the Sahara. They travel long distances as a team to gather food.

Here at AISM, we put our all into everything, as a team; working as a team makes us Stronger and Better, as we focus on helping our students grow.

Welcome to the year of the wildebeest!

Ms. Lovetta Karyeah

Ms. Lovetta KaryeahWelcome to the year of the WILDEBEEST!

It’s a privilege to be a part of the team that begins the 2nd decade here at The American International School of Monrovia.

As the School’s Administrative assistant /Admissions Officer, I strive to build and maintain an interpersonal relationship with all members of our community.

I am always available to answer questions about Admissions and to provide our ‘AISM’ Family with all the help needed to make this year a great year! Like the Wildebeest (Gnu), we will use intelligence, teamwork, and resilience to explore and overcome all obstacles as one.

It doesn’t matter how rough the migrations get; we will move forward, and together we can make this school year a great one!

Ms. Love

Profile Lovetta

Mr. Arun Gopalan

Mr ArunWelcome to the Year of the Wildebeest!

AISM is growing bigger and bigger! When you are joining our family, we promise that we will explore our 11-year experience to provide your students with the best academic program you can find. Welcome to our special family. For all your questions regarding tuition, please feel free to email me at

This is…. A.I.S.M!!!

Arun Gopalan
Business Manager

Ms. Felecia Weeks

Ms. Felecia WeeksHead of Custodial Services. Ms. Weeks has been with AISM since the school opened in 2007.

In addition to knowing EVERY single member of our school community, Ms. Weeks works to ensure that all our classrooms are cleaned, all our bathrooms are sanitized, and her crew of five custodians are working well to make our 70 hectare campus look and be at it’s best.

Mr. George Sando

George SandoHead of Maintenance. Mr. Sando has been with AISM since it opened in 2007, he has helped the school to double in it’s present size and student population.

Reports to: School Director

Job Functions: Keep the lights on (generator), and keep the water flowing (School Well) in addition to making sure all the school air conditioning units, gates, doors, light fixtures and everything else is working optimally.

Mr. Sando does the work behind the scenes allowing our community to work together to focus on our students education.

Contact Information & Links

Old Road, Congo Town, Monrovia, Liberia, Africa | P.O. Box 1625 | Phone: 231-777-818-775

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AISM admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.