About Zion International School of Phnom Penh (ZISPP)
Zion International School of Phnom Penh (ZISPP) is an agency of the not-for-profit, NGO Cambodia Jobs Foundation located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
We believe that children learn by doing. They should be actively engaged in discovering, exploring, and doing in order to maximize opportunities for learning and growth.
We promote Cambodia to our students and remind them throughout our program that it is their job to develop Cambodia, their homeland, and take it to the next level of excellence.
The ZISPP experience is based on mutual respect and personal integrity. All members of the school are expected to honor the rights and dignity of others, to conduct themselves appropriately at all times in a moral and decent manner, to assume responsibility for their choices, and to see this responsibility as an integral part of their lives at ZISPP.
While there are many schools in Phnom Penh that may be deserving of a five star review I feel that Zion stands out above the rest. Simply walking into the school I could tell that the school paid attention to even the slightest of details. There was a "homey" feeling present at Zion which I haven't felt at many other places. I would definitely say that Zion is one of the top early learning schools in Cambodia.
How old are u supposed to be in that school because I’m from America and coming to Cambodia. I’m in 6th grade and ready to go to 7th. I’m 13 and my brother is 9 if you are asking why I’m 13 because I started school late.
Zion is a top notch international school staffed by teachers from the US, the UK and Australia. Even children who have only spent a handful of months there are speaking fluent English. Very impressive. Very worthy of 5 stars.
this place is horrible at communications. the office staff feign great understanding of English but could not listen to parents. it took a conversation with the principal to just 1) enroll. in the middle of the school year, they did not make any exception on enrollment fees, school material fees, etc and could not go above and beyond what is written in their policy. the principal actually said i was the first Khmer-American parent to ask for meetings with teachers or a copy of the syllabus before enrollment; he said no exceptions. the principal was stressed when he met me and i had to relieve the tension between what his staff told him and my desire to know how his school would develop my 2 children appropriately. they have a school app with bells and whistles but only use it for payment; revealing their inability to adopt to new tech. the organization does not know how to use ClassDojo appropriately. my 3rd grader is provided 20-page math homework assignments and shakespear reading. not that i mind the challenges for my child but the teacher shows movie in class and repeats his lessons for the afternoon (as my child is there full day). they do not respond to emails and are not transparent. the leadership is pathetic at the school.
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