Concordia Grade 4 students are learning how to study effectively during Home Learning, while also building community in their classroom.
At Concordia, students, teachers, and parents are dedicated to academics, creativity, and service. Our school is a caring and engaging community of learners where students discover their talents as scholars, artists, and athletes.
Concordia International School Hanoi provides a pathway to top tier universities - directly from Hanoi.
If you're looking for some ideas for fun books to read during vacation, check out this list of favorite titles for students from preschool through Grade 12.
Students in Grade 7 social studies are currently studying megacities, their problems and possible solutions.
Concordia Grade 5 students are learning how to effectively use punctuation to improve their writing skills.
Concordia continues to provide an impressive listing of AP courses available to qualifying students in grades 10 through 12.
Elementary students are learning about “Self-Talk”, talking to yourself in your head or in a quiet voice.
Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Katie Sutherland shared: “Self-talk is an important ‘Skill for Learning’, that students can use to stay focused, stay on task, and ignore distractions. Self-talk can also help students manage their emotions so they can make better decisions in stressful situations.”
Concordia’s English as an Additional Language (EAL) teachers are ready to support students during Home Learning.
Concordia’s students are researching various issues concerning minority groups - language loss, cultural extinction, discrimiation and inequality.