ISHCMC Hosts Community Discovery Fair

International School Ho Chi Minh City (ISHCMC) hosted a Discovery Fair to showcase their new Early Explorer and Kindergarten learning areas, which feature state of the art facilities allowing for a safe learning environment for young students.

Visiting children experienced school life as an ISHCMC student in open classrooms showcasing interactive and innovative approaches to learning with teachers there to guide them. This unique event also offered boutique shopping, a DIY Juice Bar, Cooking Class, and Secondary student-led coding class.

There is genuine care for student happiness and wellbeing at ISHCMC. Attending families experienced this during the morning through the purified air systems which provide clean air to students, and balanced lifestyle choices that are available in the school. ISHCMC ensures students feel energized and engaged in modern and innovative learning environments that fully equip students to fulfil their potential.

Thank you to our sponsors, Allied Pickfords, Always, Nest, Relocation Vietnam and Vinart. Thank you to our supporters, Global Cafe and Junior Chef Saigon and thank you to our vendors, Baboo Photograpy, Bright Solutions, Catherine Denoual Maison, Copenhagen Delight, Earthmama, IQ Air, La Holista and Raffles Medical.

If you missed the opportunity to visit the school, contact admissions@ishcmc.edu.vn for an introduction and tour of these facilities.

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