Everyone naturally wants the best school for their children. If you are looking for an international standard school to study at, Westview Cambodian International School might be one of your options.
Drawing from his experience with young students, Ly Virak, chairman of Learning Jungle International School who is now expanding his education business with the Westview Cambodian International School, said: “To fulfill the demand from parents who value international standards as an investment in their children’s education — while maintaining Cambodian identity, values, and together with our vision and passion to develop human resources in Cambodia to be highly competitive and on par with those qualified from developed countries, we opened the new school with a new programme,”
Speaking at a launching ceremony, Dr Hang Chuon Naron, Minister of Education Youth and Sport, said he was delighted with the new school and its ambitious programme as Learning Jungle International School has been providing Canadian’s curriculum since 2014 with foreign and Khmer teachers while adhering to the Khmer curriculum.
“All the teachers are experts with years of experience, the perfect answer for parents who want their children to have a bright future. It is very good that we have more international standards school in Cambodia. However, to conserve our national identity, hence the school combines with Khmer curriculum,” said Dr Chuon Naron, in his welcome to the new school opening for older students.
He added that the Khmer curriculum teaches local history, culture and tradition, so students will not forget their beginnings.
According to Betina Fuentes, the programme coordinator of Westview Cambodian International School, the school will be providing the secondary programme for the student in grades 7 to 12. The study curriculum is included the American Common Core Standards and Khmer studies as the foundation curriculum.
She added that Westview Cambodian International School has also designed a special method of online learning from anywhere when students are unable to attend school.