Canadian International School (CIS) Ho Chi Minh City is the first and only school in Vietnam to offer the Ontario Curriculum from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Established and developed since 2009, CIS started its educational journey in cooperation with the well-known and respected District of Niagara School Board, DSBN from 2009 until 2014, and with the Toronto District School Board.
All the programs offered through the Canadian International School System - Vietnam are built on the promise that the educational goal is to nurture the whole child - to feed the body and the soul, the head and the heart respecting the values of both intellect and heritage. Our students are growing up in a developing country where the only constant is change itself. The challenges and opportunities of a global economy and its multi-lingual platform require different kinds of literacies, a myriad of communication skills, a capacity to critically evaluate the onslaught of information, a recognition of the universal human condition, a willingness to continually build empathy and the tenacity to persevere.
We provide students a solid grounding, roots to withstand the challenges to come, roots that inform their identity, roots that like the relationships students form with staff and with each other, are intertwined. This is the grounding that affords the confidence and independence for flight - wings for flight to post-secondary horizons.
How would you rate Canadian International School Vietnam (CIS)?
I love spending time here because everyone at cis is very friendly and the school is very beautiful with high tech stuff for students have fun and learn. The MLC have cinemas with a huge gym where Saigon heat plays! I LOVE THE CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL!
I don't know about school but heard a lot about this school through my friend and I find my national flag here so i feel proud and while going everyday I just stop myself there and watch my national flag floating in air.... It makes me happy so i go there.. Iû know this may sounds you crazy but What to do I am an Indian. I know how we have developed and waged wars for this post I know that bloodshed story how we got+ freedom... So respect of colontry.