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 2. Eligibility

KINDERGARTEN Age as prescribed by the Ministry of Education & Training

a) For transfer students:

• Students must have complete documentation, including academic records from previous grades to be eligible for advancement to the next grade.

• Students should have a year-end academic and conduct rating of “Good” or higher, and they should have fulfilled all requirements. They should not have any disciplinary issues at their previous school, especially in primary education.

• Students may only transfer between school terms when they have completed one semester and enclose a photocopied transcript of that semester

b) The school will notify parents after evaluating the results if the student passes the entrance exam.

c) Students with no prior English language background will not have to undergo the initial English proficiency test but will be placed directly into the basic level corresponding to their academic level.


• Age as prescribed by the Ministry of Education & Training.

• Academic performance: Good and above, Conduct: Good


• Age as prescribed by the Ministry of Education & Training

• Recognized completion of the Primary program

• Achieved academic performance and conduct rankings from Good and above

• Take an English language proficiency test.


• Age as prescribed by the Ministry of Education & Training

• Graduated from lower secondary school

• Achieved academic performance and conduct rankings from Good and above

• Take an English language proficiency test.


Values for students

• Modern classrooms and multi-purpose rooms.

• Spacious and airy playground with an artificial football field.

• Nutritious and safe food from a separate kitchen at the school.

• Convenient and safe transportation system and boarding facilities.

Values for parents:

• The Vietnamese program by the Ministry of Education and Training provides a solid knowledge foundation at all academic levels.

• The ESL program helps students achieve international certifications appropriate to their ages.

• Cultivating life skills and core values that are regularly reflected in six characters: Confidence – Dynamism – Creativity – Caring – Sharing – Responsibility.

• Upon completion of their studies at VAschools, students are ensured to have the qualifications to study at international universities at home and abroad.

Advanced Teaching Methods

• Applying dynamic and engaging learning methods, encouraging positive, active, creative participation of students, and emphasizing student-centeredness in all school activities.

• Guiding students in self-learning methods and teamwork, developing practical application skills, and creating an enjoyable learning experience for students.

• Respecting the individuality of each student, nurturing and educating positive characteristics tailored to each age group.

Is the curriculum at the VAschools similar to that of the Ministry of Education and Training? What is the curriculum like?

– The curriculum ensures compliance with that of the Ministry of Education (regarding the content of subjects, study hours, and exams, etc.)In addition, the school also implements a bilingual teaching model

* Morning: Vietnamese language program according to the curriculum of the Ministry of Education and Training.

In particular, 5-year-olds will be introduced to some sounds and basic arithmetic operations to prepare them for first grade.

* Afternoon: ESL (English as a Second Language) program.

– The ESL program helps students use English as a second language fluently and confidently in daily activities.

– At preschool age, they are mainly taught English songs and listen to simple English sentences.

– Foreign and Vietnamese teachers teach in class together.

When the children graduate, where will they continue their education?

After graduating from kindergarten, the child can continue his/her education in primary schools within VAschools (in District 11) or other public and private schools.

What can students typically learn in Pre-English classes? How can they be so receptive when they are very young?

– Students still participate in all subjects, and teachers will employ specific methods to teach the children (for example, using gestures, pictures, body language, etc.) – The school primarily places the children in an English environment to familiarize them with the language, along with native English-speaking teachers. They learn to listen to common phrases, speak about objects in the classroom, recognize various images and colors, and practice pronunciation of basic words and numbers.

The younger the age, the easier it is to absorb a foreign language and achieve more accurate pronunciation.