ABOUT HOPE

The Mission of HOPE

To support world missions by providing quality, Christ-centered educational services for families of Christian workers, in Cambodia.

HOPE International School was established in 2002 in Phnom Penh, as a response to the educational needs of missionary workers in Cambodia. Ever since, HOPE exists to support world missions by providing quality, Christ-centered educational services for families of Christian workers in Cambodia.

A core international curriculum is offered from preschool to high school. It’s compatible with systems from many countries and all disciplines at HOPE are taught from a biblical worldview.

HOPE cultivates a lifelong commitment to serving Christ. We equip students with a Christ-centered worldview, empowering them to explore the world with curiosity and purpose. These future leaders will not just envision making a difference but actively pursue it, strengthening their families and communities with the positive impact of their education.

The Vision of HOPE

Global-minded servant-leaders with a biblical understanding and application of knowledge, impacting the world for Christ.

Current Students at HOPE

Nationalities represented at HOPE

Families represented at HOPE

Graduated students from HOPE

Core Values

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Christ Culture

Our community culture is rooted in prayer and dependence on God, unity in Christ, and obedience to the teaching and example of Jesus. 

Transformational Learning

We cultivate learning that transforms the minds and hearts of students as they grow in knowledge, wisdom, and character.

Distinctly International

Our school fosters an internationally diverse community of students and staff with cultural differences that enhance the learning experience.

Servant-hearted Community

We demonstrate love and compassion as we serve one another and our neighbours.  

Statement of Faith

This document outlines Christian lifestyle guidelines for HOPE employees in Cambodia. As role models in the Christian community, HOPE employees have a responsibility to embody Christian values and act as positive cultural ambassadors. It acknowledges diverse backgrounds and aims to find common ground.

ACCREDITATIONS