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Our school is a caring and multicultural environment.
With students from over 50 nationalities, our school values respect and integrity. Our children excel socially, personally and academically.
Admission Season for Academic Year 2019-2020
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We develop individual talents and strengths.
Learning to learn and developing study skills to make our students lifelong learners is a key focus as BIS HCMC.
We focus on the all-round development of every child.
Our students confidently and independently prepare for life as global citizens.
Our teachers are dedicated, skilled and inspirational.
Behind every success is a great teacher. At BIS HCMC our teachers believe in every student and have the skills and commitment to guide them towards their dreams.
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Our repertoire of activities and events is reflective of our vibrant school culture.
A podcast run by students
A Little Bit of Genius is Nord Anglia’s exciting new podcast series. There are seven episodes in our first series, each with two students interviewing a special guest on the theme of creativity in learning, in the workplace and in life in general.
Daniel Gilbert is the CEO of Brainlabs, a digital agency that is ranked by the Financial Times as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies.
Deborah Ellis is a critically acclaimed author (including The Breadwinner) and activist who does a lot of work with women and children in war-torn countries.
Lord David Puttnam is an Oscar-winning film producer (Chariots of Fire) and now sits on the UK House of Lords and Nord Anglia’s Education Advisory Board.
Andrew Jack is a Global Education Correspondent at the Financial Times. In this episode, Andrew discusses how he became a journalist at a leading paper and how Financial Times works with students in schools.
Our social hub takes you into the classroom to see our performing arts collaboration with The Juilliard School in action. See how our students are preparing for the world stage – be inspired, share and follow #NAEJuilliard.