The International School of Phnom Penh (ISPP) is an international school in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It is a private, non-profit, English language, coeducational day school that offers an educational program from preschool (2.5 years old) through grade 12. The school was founded in 1989. At the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year, enrollment is 693 students, representing 50 countries.
Kampuchea became a partner in 2014 and started working with students from ISPP and the local NGO Our Home in September 2014 to help the students to interact and learn to play rugby together! Earlier in 2014 Kampuchea Balopp attended the ISPP NGO Fair and in December 2014 started to assist coaching the Under 15 (mixed) and Under 18 boys and girls rugby teams.
In 2015 Kampuchea Balopp will be part of the Winter Camp, The International Day event and the After School Program which will enable wider community to get involved in rugby training sessions.
The French Lycée Descartes in Phnom Penh operates under agreement by the AEFE. The managing body is the parents’ association and since 1991, enrollment has increased steadily, the number of students enrolled rising from 13 students in 1991 a to 900 students in September 2014.
The programs offered are in line with the Ministry of Education and The French school prepares for GCSE and French Baccalaureate. The French school in Phnom Penh, welcomes students from kindergarten to the level of Grade 12.
Multilingual classes fare available in the high school, with English, Khmer, Chinese, Spanish are all examples of choices available to students.
With a strong sporting culture Kampuchea Balopp Sport Educator are training the rugby teams since October 2014 on a weekly basis.
Our IB – International Baccalaureate World School challenges students to become critical global citizens through a unique program of inquiry and exploration. Students develop socially, physically, emotionally, artistically, and intellectually in a stunning natural setting which is green and spacious in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.