Enrolling our son to Saigon Star International School is one of the best decisions that we have ever taken. Saigon Star is not only the place where our son learns many new academic things, but he also learns how to socialise, respect, as well as being kind and mindful toward others. The school provides such a warm and comfortable place to learn with kind and professional teachers, tentative and supportive staff, lots of greeneries, wide areas to play in; all of them makes such a perfect place for our son to thrive in. Our son is always happy and excited to go to school, and comes home with a bunch of stories and laughter. For us, that’s all that matters.

Fransisca Swain, Indonesian (Adi, Y3C)

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