How We Learn
St. Paul American School Hanoi offers a world-class educational experience for children in grades 1 through 12th. Our beautiful purpose-built school is located just 9 KM west of downtown Hanoi, providing a calm, focused setting for incredible educational activities. With all certified and qualified teachers, over 90% are teachers from America as we believe in bringing a truly American & Canadian education experience to Hanoi.
We partner closely with our families to foster a diverse international school community that is aligned to our mission of Educating, Engaging, and Empowering our children. By following the Common Core Standards from the United States and by preparing our children for a wide range of Advanced Placement (AP) courses, we ensure that all of our student’s needs are met as they prepare for their post-secondary education whether locally or abroad!
With a world-class program including visual and performing arts, STEAM-focused learning, a wide-range of unique extracurriculars, and several athletic opportunities, our students emerge from St. Paul American School Hanoi as well rounded, well prepared, well educated global citizens.
When it comes to education, we believe that a holistic approach is necessary. Our goal is to develop our students’ intellectual, social, emotional, physical, mental, artistic and creative potentials. We accomplish this through a rigorous curriculum that is designed to meet the needs of our students.
Our Middle School program serves students Grades 6 through 8. Our program is specifically tailored to meet student’s individual learning needs while focusing on critical aspects of preparation for success; including but not limited to study skills, organization, and social emotional support.
High School, serving students in Grades 9 through 12, is where our students engage in meaningful discourse about their experiences in life and their plans for the future. Our students engage in rigorous academic courses, while also pursuing their passions in becoming well-rounded individuals. As leaders in our community, our high school students have multiple opportunities to use their skills to enhance our school culture.