Anne Hill International School (AHI) was established in 2015 in Ho Chi Minh City as a full-fledged International School and presently offers Preschool and Primary School programmes located at Giang Van Minh Road in An Phu, District 2 (now renamed as Thu Duc City).
In addition to promoting academic excellence, AHIS places high importance on life skills and values. Our mission is to deliver affordable, high-quality, international education in a safe and caring environment. With over 40 nationalities, the school strives to provide students with holistic learning experiences that ignite their joy of learning.
AHI Preschool offers full day and half day programmes for children starting from 18 months old.
Teaching focuses on literacy, numeracy and skills development – Physical, Intellectual, Emotional and Social Skills (PIES) – through the use of fun, creative and interactive methods.
For AY 2022 – 2023, AHI Primary offers primary year programmes for students up to Year 5. We recognise the importance of primary years education as a crucial stage for future learning. The AHI Primary School Curriculum emphasises a student-centred and holistic approach to learning along with a global international mindedness. We aim to help our children develop the capacity for inquiry, research, problem-solving as well as essential skills for communication and collaboration. Students are taught to apply what they have learned in different contexts and across disciplines. Our new campus has flexible working spaces that supports various learning opportunities both in and outside the classroom.
Responsible citizenship of the 21st century is an underlying element of the programme. Our school is a Cambridge International School, registered to offer education programmes from Cambridge Assessment International Education, a department of the University of Cambridge. It will be following the The Cambridge Primary Programme framework and standards for subjects such as English, Mathematics and Science. AHI compliments all subjects with the implementation of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). Through its inquiry based, hands-on and thematic approach, the IPC guides students to become self-directed learners across various fields and to possess an awareness of global affairs in the world they live in.
Primary school – The newly built primary school (adjacent to the preschool) comprises 10 classrooms, each measuring a minimum of 60 square metes with abundance of natural light
and equipped with LCD projectors and other IT visual devices. Facilities include an auditorium, cafeteria, library, art and music rooms, outdoor playground and (uniquely!) a
sleeping lounge. Abundant green and common spaces within and around the building helps to promote outdoor learning and interaction.