Our students were excited to participate in the Wild Rhino Campaign which aims to eliminate the demand for rhino horn in Vietnam. We are delighted to announce the AIS winners for the Wild Rhino Competition 2018/2019, in both Junior. Please find the names and details of the students below: Junior 1. Arutina Kateryna (Katya), Grade 4 – now 5TSH. 2. Wong Shun Ying (Angus), Grade 4 – now 5PHO. 3. Khang Dang Ngoc Linh (Sofia), Grade 5 – now 6ABR.
Over the weekend AIS hosted the GIN conference at AIS. Over 220 students from around Saigon and 12 students from Medan, Indonesia met Friday night, all day Saturday and Sunday morning. There was a real buzz and energy as the GANG (Global Action Network Groups) sessions talked and worked about global issues. We had 3 terrific guest speakers, along with many performances from the concert band, Bob’s rock band and a debut performance from the school dance team. Many of our students were GANG leaders, Grace designed the logo, Seung Yoon managed the web page. Mi Do and Kayleen were
Over the course of three days, students from many different international schools around Ho Chi Minh City gathered at the annual Model United Nations conference held at American International School. The many students from AIS varied from newcomers to seasoned delegates. During this event delegates were required to represent various countries which perhaps were not their own and had to undertake the task of sharing the countries views on certain issues. The entire experience was a test of confidence and research but in the end, it was an enjoyable experience of which every moment was a true delight. During the
At the end of each term I make time to reflect on what has occurred during the term, and so plan for the next one. This term has been quite remarkable. Despite the pressure that can occur with a huge growth in school enrolment, the students have settled well and are working hard. There has been a large number of events, including the Moon festival, photos, and university visits. The new canteen operations are humming, and there is an enormous increase in choice for students. The student leadership are leading the student body well, and both primary and secondary