AISPP Student Excels at World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions

Narirath Chhoeung, a Year 12 IB Diploma Programme student at the Australian International School of Phnom Penh (AISPP), has achieved remarkable success at the World Scholar’s Cup Tournament of Champions (WSC TOC) held at Yale University. Competing against over 2700 students from 47 different countries, Chhoeung proudly represented AISPP and earned three medals. This achievement not only highlights her intellectual talents but also solidifies AISPP’s reputation on the global academic stage. Chhoeung’s journey at the TOC also provided her with valuable opportunities to visit prestigious institutions like Yale, Harvard, and MIT, further enriching her educational experience. AISPP congratulates Chhoeung on her outstanding accomplishments and applauds her for being an exceptional representative of the school.

AISPP Students Shine Bright with Triumph at the World Scholar’s Cup in South Korea

Two students from the Australian International School of Phnom Penh (AISPP) were awarded top honours at the Global Round event of the World Scholar’s Cup in South Korea. The competition draws students from over 20 countries and places a strong emphasis on promoting the joy of learning. AISPP’s students demonstrated their outstanding capabilities by earning numerous individual medals and securing an impressive 5th place in the Writing Category. Their achievements have earned them a place in the highly anticipated final round of the competition, known as The Tournament of Champions, which will take place at Yale University in the USA in November 2023. The students’ journey will continue on the global stage, representing not only AISPP but also their home country.

AISPP Receives Prestigious ACS WASC Accreditation

Australian International School Phnom Penh (AISPP) has been awarded 5-year accreditation status by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC). This recognition is a testament to AISPP’s drive to provide a world-class education to its diverse student community. The ACS WASC accreditation process is rigorous and is based on seven principles, including high achievement of all students based on schoolwide learner outcomes/curricular standards and evaluation of ongoing improvement and impact on student learning. Graduating from an accredited school like AISPP enhances the credibility of a student’s educational qualifications, making them more widely recognized and accepted by colleges and universities worldwide.

How Our School uses the IB Curriculum to Prepare Students for Success in Higher Education

The Australian International School Phnom Penh aims to provide students with a comprehensive education that emphasises critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity. The school’s International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes prepare students for success in higher education and beyond, by equipping them with the skills, knowledge, and global perspective required to succeed in a rapidly changing world. The IB programmes encourage students to explore a wide range of subjects and disciplines, make connections between them, and engage in hands-on, experiential learning. This enables students to develop critical thinking skills, and to think outside the box when solving complex problems.