The Canadian International School system Sunday held the grand opening for its new campus in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 7.
The 39,000-square-meter campus in Phu My Hung cost around US$46 million, and comprises the Canadian International School and the Bilingual Canadian International School.
It features a 700-seat library, a 2,000-seat dining area, a swimming pool, a 1,250-seat indoor sports stadium, two cinemas, and laboratories for chemistry, biology, and physics.
Students studying at the campus in Binh Chanh will move to the new one.
Mark Fenwick, head of the school, said CIS students have gained admission to many leading universities in Canada, the US, and Australia.
Nguyen Thi Kieu Oanh, chairwoman of CIS, said the school currently has 1,350 students of 26 nationalities from preschool to high school.
She said another school named Albert Einstein for grades 1 to 12 is expected to open at CIS’s old campus in Binh Chanh in August, specializing in natural sciences and charging moderate fees.