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  • A warm welcome

    Situated in the heart of a thriving expat community, our school welcomes families from all over the world

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    Delivering outstanding results at every level in our school

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    Inspiring academic success & developing social, intellectual and confident children

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Charisa Farvolden

Northbridge International School Cambodia - Charisa

Science and Mathematics Teacher

Charisa Farvolden has a background in Environmental Biology with a Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia. She joined Northbridge International School Cambodia from Vancouver, Canada where she was a Secondary Science and Mathematics teacher.

  • Bachelor of Science (Biology & Environmental Studies), University of Victoria, Canada
  • Bachelor of Education (Secondary Science & IB), University of British Columbia, Canada

Growing up as a “Third Culture Kid”, Charisa has lived in multiple cities across the globe, including Phnom Penh. Charisa went on to complete her university studies in Canada.

During her Bachelor of Education, Charisa was admitted into the International Baccalaureate teaching cohort, with plans to someday teach internationally. Charisa began teaching in Vancouver, and is now reconnecting with Khmer culture after joining the NISC community.

With a passion for marine conservation, Charisa enjoys spending time at the pool, exploring local cafes, and is always looking for more houseplants to brighten up her home.