First International Cambodian-American School (FICAS) is renowned for its unwavering commitment to providing high-quality education that fosters academic excellence and personal growth. The school’s curriculum is carefully crafted to align with American educational standards, ensuring that students receive a well-rounded and rigorous education. Alongside core subjects such as English, mathematics, and science, FICAS also emphasizes the importance of Khmer language and culture, nurturing students’ appreciation for their heritage.

A Nurturing Learning Environment

FICAS’s dedication to its students extends beyond the classroom, fostering a supportive and nurturing learning environment. The school’s experienced and passionate faculty is committed to guiding students towards their full potential, providing them with individualized attention and encouragement. Extracurricular activities, ranging from sports and music to arts and cultural events, enrich the school experience, allowing students to explore their interests and develop their talents.

A Legacy of Success

FICAS’s legacy of success is evident in its alumni, who have gone on to achieve remarkable accomplishments in various fields. From pursuing higher education in prestigious universities worldwide to making significant contributions to Cambodian society, FICAS graduates are making a positive impact on the world around them.

A Symbol of Hope and Opportunity

FICAS stands as a symbol of hope and opportunity for Cambodian students, providing them with the tools and knowledge necessary to succeed in an increasingly globalized world. The school’s dedication to academic excellence, coupled with its commitment to fostering a supportive and nurturing learning environment, has made FICAS a true pioneer in Cambodian education.

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If you are concerned about your child’s development, Contact OrbRom Center for Assessments: Phone/Telegram: 077.455.993

If you are concerned about your child’s development, Contact OrbRom Center for Assessments.

Phone/Telegram: 077.455.993