The Vietnam Australia International School Sunrise Campus is located in one of the most peaceful residential areas in Ho Chi Mihn City. The school caters to students from kindergarten to high school.
Happy to deliver a harmonious combination of the Vietnamese National and the Cambridge International education programmes to students, the school prepares students to become one step closer to their future careers while preserving Vietnamese values.
All in all, there are presently seven campuses of the Vietnam Australia International School in the country. All of the campuses are located in a relatively easy to reach location for parents and guardians, as they are within the districts of District Two, District Three, District Seven, District Ten, Phu Nhuan, and Go Vap. See another Vietnam Australia International School at Vietnam Australia International School Ba Thang Hai Campus.
Reinforced by a strong community of national and international teachers, staff and managers, students are given effective and passionate education through the VAS international programs. The school also applies some of the most updated teaching methods to provide students with profound cultural and core knowledge alongside practical life skills and life values.
Vietnam Australia International School Sunrise Campus preschool students blithely learn the National curriculum together with the English programme, which is taught with a Multi-Faceted Approach to Learning for Kindergarten.
This is a combination of the Early Childhood Education Programme by the Ministry of Education and Training and modern education approaches, focusing on individual perspective, community spirit and comprehensive and harmonious development.
They believe that through this, they can help children understand themselves in relation to the family. This will also help them become aware of the benefits of sharing, caring, cooperation, and learning from their peers, guiding the children in preparing for their confident entry to primary school.
In addition, VAS also integrates Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into students’ learning to make it a more learner-centric environment and foster different ways of thinking.