Teaching the first Alberta program in Vietnam

Average 20 students per class

100% Accepted by Foreign Universities

CIS Lao Cai teachers meet The Alberta Teaching Quality Standard

About CIS Lao Cai

Program of
The Alberta Ministry
of Education

CIS Lao Cai is the first Alberta-accredited international school in Vietnam.

This is the 18th offshore school of Alberta Education and also the first international school in Vietnam which is authorized to teach the Alberta program.

Similar to other schools in the system, CIS Lao Cai follows the operating philosophy for modern education, yet impactful national identity. Our aim is not only to advance students’ knowledge and skills but also to develop positive character traits and foster social and emotional learning to prepare students for success in life.

 

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Why choose CIS Lao Cai

Highlights of
CIS Lao Cai

Program

This is the 18th offshore school of Alberta Education and also the first international school in Vietnam which is authorized to teach the Alberta program.

Standard

Average 20 students per class

Teacher

Teachers at CIS Lao Cai meet Alberta's Teaching Quality Standards

Output

100% accepted by foreign universities

Principal's
Message

Principal's Message

Building a learning community; building the world

We ensure top-quality learning experiences for students and staff to maximize success for all. Educational excellence is achieved by cultivating curiosity and exploration as central to teaching and learning.
At CIS Lao Cai we inspire and challenge all learners to be curious, independent, and compassionate citizens.
Dr. Richard Tapajna
Principal
Canadian International School Lao Cai (CIS LAO CAI)
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Student
LIFE

House System

Promoting school spirit through emulation activities, healthy competition between Houses, from sports, music to academics.
There are a total of 4 Houses in CIS Lao Cai: Cerberus (Black), Phoenix (Red), Kraken (Blue) and Hydra (White).

Parent Handbook

The Parent Handbook is a guide from the School Board to help parents have enough information and skills to support and accompany students in learning activities.