Our emblem was carefully crafted to reflect our individual identity as a prestigious British curriculum international school, operating in Vietnam.
The main shield is divided into three sections.
The first, representing Vietnam, depicts a rare indigenous deer (Sao La) that was discovered in the highlands of Vietnam in 1993. The deer symbolises ‘peace & harmony’.
The second section features a lion, and this animal has been associated with Britain for a long time featuring on many coats of arms, including that of the monarchy. The lion represents ‘courage’.
The third section bears a lotus, a flower much associated with Vietnam, symbolising creative power and purity together with a book that represents learning and knowledge.
The shield is surrounded by a laurel wreath, an emblem of success and distinction.
The Latin motto – ‘Crescat Scientia’ in translation meaning – ‘May knowledge increase’ was chosen for its appropriateness for a school.