Cambodia’s education system offers a diverse range of learning environments, catering to both local and international students. Choosing the right school can be a daunting task for families, with factors like curriculum, language, budget, and location all playing a crucial role. This blog aims to provide a comprehensive overview of some of Cambodia’s top schools, categorized by type and educational focus, to help families make informed decisions.

International Schools:

  • Northbridge International School Cambodia (NISC): Founded in 1996, Northbridge has a long history of academic success, and a reputation for an innovative and holistic approach. Offers the IB Diploma Programme alongside a strong emphasis on student well-being and extracurricular activities.
  • International School of Phnom Penh (ISPP): A non-profit school offering an American curriculum from Preschool to Grade 12, ISPP emphasizes community service and global citizenship.
  • Canadian International School of Phnom Penh (CIS): Providing a Canadian curriculum with a focus on technology and innovation, CIS boasts three campuses across Phnom Penh.
  • American Intercon School (AIS): AIS blends American and Cambodian educational approaches, offering the Advanced Placement (AP) program and Khmer language integration.
  • French International School of Phnom Penh (LFPP): Delivering a French curriculum from Kindergarten to Grade 12, LFPP immerses students in Francophone culture and language.

Local Public Schools:

  • Phnom Penh International High School (PPIS): Cambodia’s premier public high school, PPIS offers a rigorous academic program with English as the primary language of instruction.
  • Sisowath High School: One of the oldest and most prestigious public schools in Cambodia, Sisowath High School emphasizes Khmer language and cultural studies.
  • Bakh Tuok Tuk Vil School: Located in Siem Reap, Bakh Tuok Tuk Vil School is a renowned public school recognized for its innovative teaching methods and focus on student well-being.

Specialised Schools:

  • Angkor University: Cambodia’s leading public university, Angkor University offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs across various disciplines.
  • Royal University of Phnom Penh: Another prominent public university, RUPP focuses on social sciences, humanities, and law.
  • Pannasastra University of Cambodia: A private university specializing in technology and information systems, Pannasastra University equips students with skills for the digital age.
  • School of Performing Arts of Cambodia (SPAC): Dedicated to preserving and promoting Cambodian performing arts, SPAC offers training in traditional dance, music, and theatre.

Factors to Consider:

  • Curriculum and educational approach: Aligned with your child’s learning style and academic goals (e.g., IB, AP, Khmer language integration).
  • Language of instruction: English, Khmer, French, or bilingual options depending on your child’s language proficiency and future aspirations.
  • Admission requirements and fees: Entrance exams, age restrictions, and financial considerations vary across schools.
  • Location and facilities: Accessibility, campus size, and amenities should be factored in.
  • School culture and values: Aligned with your family’s priorities and expectations regarding extracurricular activities, community involvement, and overall school environment.

Conclusion:

Cambodia’s educational landscape offers a plethora of options for students of all backgrounds and aspirations. By carefully considering your child’s needs and preferences, you can navigate this diverse landscape and find the perfect school that fosters their academic growth and personal development. Remember, this blog provides a starting point, and thorough research, including school visits and consultations with educators, is highly recommended before making your final decision.

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Phone/Telegram: 077.455.993