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International School Ho Chi Minh City (ISHCMC) Secondary Campus is launching the ISHCMC Summer Camp 2018 with the goal of facilitating unique learning opportunities for students of all ages.
It’s abandoned. It’s sinking. And it’s even been called truong ma or ghost school. Thomas Barrett investigates District 6’s homage to architecture gone wrong.
By teaming up with the University of Technology Sydney, the European International School has found its own unique formula to help students move from high school to university.
The International School Saigon Pearl is hosting After School Activities Program for children ages 4 to 11, on Mondays to Fridays from 3.15pm to 4.14pm at ISSP.
Few institutions in this country proactively deal with air pollution. The International School of Ho Chi Minh City is one that does
“Think of it this way, half your competition’s gone.” The context of this quote; a conversation with college counsellors about the perks of all-women colleges. Taken out of context, it could also be the complete opposite; an argument for the perks of all-men colleges.
From kindergarten to ninth grade, whenever we had to move around as a class we were always told to line ourselves up in pairs. Two-by-two, we’d hold hands and go from recess to classroom, classroom to classroom, anywhere. Why must it be in pairs? Why must we line up in twos and not threes, or fours?
Saigon South International School (SSIS) will hold its eighth Annual Charity Bazaar on Saturday Nov. 20 from 9am to 3pm.
This month Douglas Holwerda, American trained and licensed mental health counsellor, talks about why people bully and how bullying can be prevented
Distance doesn’t have to be geographical to be real. You could spend eight hours with your classmate, five days every week. He or she could be sitting right next to you in class, eating with you in the canteen, but that invisible distance will still be there to separate you.