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Features of Middle & High School

Middle School


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. 

All of our Middle School Students participate in a daily Advisory class. Advisory is a wonderful opportunity for students and staff to engage in an exploration of topics and issues related to the following skills:


  • Time management & organization
  • Goal setting
  • Stress management
  • Family and community connections
  • Effective communication
  • School culture
  • Leadership
  • Mindfulness
  • Community building
  • Social responsibility  

High School


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.

Our High School Students also participate in daily Advisory programming that is similar to the program described in the Middle School section above. In High School Advisory, there is an additional emphasis on college and career planning and preparation. 

Daily Schedule


Advisory | 8:30 - 8:45

Period 1 | 8:50 - 9:40

Period 2 | 9:45 - 10:35

Period 3 | 10:40 - 11:30

LUNCH | 11:30 - 12:15

Period 4 | 12:15 - 1:05

Period 5 | 1:10 - 2:00

Period 6 | 2:05 - 2:55

BEYOND | 3:00 - 4:00

AP (Advanced Placement) Courses


Students at St. Paul are encouraged to take advantage of Advanced Placement courses which are structured and approved by the College Board.

St. Paul currently offers the following AP courses:

AP Biology

AP Chemistry

AP Physics

AP Calculus AB

AP Statistics

AP Computer Science

AP Psychology

AP World History

AP English and Composition

AP Chinese

AP French

AP Spanish

Elective Course Offerings


We believe in the importance of educating the whole child. As such we are proud of our diverse offerings of elective courses. All students at St. Paul American School Hanoi have multiple opportunities to engage with a wide variety of elective courses. 

Our students engage with rich experiences in foreign languages, health, physical education, and technology education.

High School Graduation Requirements


In order to graduate, students must complete the following requirements:

  • Language Arts - 8 sem. credits
  • Mathematics - 6 sem. credits
  • Social Studies - 7 sem. credits
  • Science - 6 sem. credits
  • Foreign Languages - 6 sem. credits
  • Electives - 9 sem. credits
  • Technology - 1 sem. credits
  • Fine Arts/Perf. Arts - 2 sem. credits
  • Physical Education - 2 sem. credits
  • Health - 1 sem. credits

Welcome to Middle & High School

A Message from the Principal


Dear Families,

It brings be great pleasure to welcome you to our Middle & High School at St. Paul. We are thrilled to be offering a world-class educational experience where we're all committed to ensuring that all of our students are being prepared for success. 

This preparation begins with a rigorous yet nurturing student-centered program that meets children where they are, and supports their individual academic and social development. With facilitation from our world-class teaching staff, a wide range of course offerings, and personalized school setting, we guarantee that all students at St. Paul American School Hanoi have the opportunity to become educated, engaged, and empowered members of a global community. 

I welcome you to visit our program and learn more about the rich experiences that our students and staff have each and every day. 

Stop by, and if my door is open, come on in! I look forward to seeing you around campus!

Sincerest Regards,

Dr. David Trajtenberg