ABOUT US

 

 

 

HOPE International School was established in 2002. An International core curriculum, that is compatible with systems from many countries is followed at HOPE, with all disciplines taught from a biblical worldview.

Teachers at HOPE each profess HOPE’s Statement of Christian Faith and hold professional teaching qualifications in their home country. HOPE teachers actively encourage students to develop a personal biblical worldview as they seek to learn about, and make sense of, the world around them.

HOPE Vision and Mission

The Mission

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

Supporting Global Missions

HOPE International School exists to support the work of global missions. Teachers and administrators at HOPE are called to serve this work by educating the children of families serving in Cambodia.

HOPE International School trains students to serve Christ with their lives both now and in the future.

Education For Life

HOPE International School believes that application is the natural extension of knowledge.

Students are challenged to apply a Christian perspective to the knowledge they are learning and to the world they live in.

The Vision

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

Excellence In Education

HOPE provides a demanding internationally recognized curriculum. Students are expected to strive for and value academic excellence.

A Biblical education is core to the HOPE experience. Students learn in a Christian environment that encourages spiritual growth.

Teachers lead by example. HOPE expects its teachers to pursue professional development, value academic excellence, and prioritize their spiritual growth.

Engaged Community

HOPE International School is an engaged educational community.

This community is a safe, supportive network unified for the advancement of global missions.

Governance

HOPE International School is blessed to have a supportive and visionary board, taking us forward into God’s plans for the future. The Board gives direction and accountability to the Director and the school as a whole, drawing on their combined qualifications and experience in the fields of education, Christian leadership, medicine and community health, business, government policy and cross-cultural missions work.

HOPE International School is governed by a voluntary board, comprising of one representative from each member mission organization: Assemblies of God Missionary Fellowship, OMF, PioneersInterserve, SIL International, and Global Partners, Parent Council, Staff, HOPE Siem Reap, up to two invited Advisors, and the Director in an ex-officio capacity. Each Board member has signed a statement of their Christian faith.

HOPE Phnom Penh

HOPE International School’s Phnom Penh Campus is located to the north west of Phnom Penh, close to the International airport. There are 270 students from Preschool through to Grade 12 based at a purpose built campus on the edge of the city overlooking rice fields and open spaces.

This campus includes two full sized basketball courts, a soccer field and a number of dedicated outdoor spaces for our students to run and play and be involved in sports and after-school activities. Students in the Secondary school have the opportunity to represent the school in volleyball, basketball and football each year as they compete against other international schools in Phnom Penh.

With dedicated visual art studios, assembly and performance spaces, library, computer facilities and newly built classrooms, this campus provides an excellent learning environment for the students of HOPE.

You are welcome to visit the campus. Please call +855 12 550 522 to make an appointment. Or if you have an enquiry, please email HOPE International School.

HOPE Siem Reap

The HOPE International School Siem Reap campus opened in August 2010 in response to requests from mission families for HOPE to establish a second campus to support families serving in northern Cambodia. The campus started with 17 students and has continued to grow to approximately 60 students from Preschool to Grade 10. Students at Years 9 and 10 now follow the IGCSE curriculum.

This campus is comprised of a small community of dedicated teachers and staff who have a heart to serve the educational needs of missionary families in the northern reaches of Cambodia. HOPE Siem Reap embraces the diversity of students and smaller class sizes which create stimulating and creative learning environments. It is a wonderfully interactive context for students to play, learn and grow together.

The staff at HOPE Siem Reap are committed to partnering with families to grow godly, mature, and fun loving kids who know their identity in Christ and are inspired to reach their full potential and impact the world for good. We believe that a great school is a benefit not only to the students who attend but to the whole community.

You are welcome to visit the campus. Please call +855 78 210 320 to make an appointment. Or if you have an enquiry, please email HOPE International School.

Child Safety

HOPE commits to educate all staff, volunteers and students about child harm in order to promote child safety throughout the school community. HOPE will provide procedures and systems for responding to concerns or allegations of child harm in order to create an open and aware environment which concerns for the wellbeing and right of children can be raised in a respectful, fair and lawful manner.

All HOPE Staff must undergo a recruitment process to assess their suitability to teach or serve at HOPE and to have contact with children.

All staff, volunteers and external service providers are required to read, sign and adhere to the HOPE Code of Conduct.

HOPE is committed to the reporting of, assessment of and response to Child Safety Concerns. All Child Safety Concerns received, regardless of their level of seriousness, credibility or validity, are reported to the Director for assessment by the Hope Child Safety Team.

HOPE does not employ anyone with a prior conviction for or history of perpetrating child sexual abuse or related offenses at any time during his or her adult life. Accurate employment references will be provided to other organizations regarding offenders.

Child Safety

HOPE commits to educate all staff, volunteers and students about child harm in order to promote child safety throughout the school community. HOPE will provide procedures and systems for responding to concerns or allegations of child harm in order to create an open and aware environment which concerns for the wellbeing and right of children can be raised in a respectful, fair and lawful manner.

All HOPE Staff must undergo a recruitment process to assess their suitability to teach or serve at HOPE and to have contact with children.

All staff, volunteers and external service providers are required to read, sign and adhere to the HOPE Code of Conduct.

HOPE is committed to the reporting of, assessment of and response to Child Safety Concerns. All Child Safety Concerns received, regardless of their level of seriousness, credibility or validity, are reported to the Director for assessment by the Hope Child Safety Team.

HOPE does not employ anyone with a prior conviction for or history of perpetrating child sexual abuse or related offenses at any time during his or her adult life. Accurate employment references will be provided to other organizations regarding offenders.