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European International School Ho Chi Minh City (EIS) offers a rich and diverse programme of After School Activities (ASAs) for all students from Early Years to Grade 12. Students are given space and time to develop their artistic talents, social competencies, physical endurance and skills, as well as having fun in a supervised and supportive environment.

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An Hyeon Jeong (Class of 2017)

We were always together. It was so fun and I was so happy with our Grade 12 friends. Everyone had helped me when I couldn’t catch up the conversation and class. I was very grateful to everyone. Every moment was precious.
What I have learnt from the IBDP
How to set up the goal.  How to be independent person and to be cooperative person.
Most memorable moment
Our daily lives were the most memorable in my school life. We knew our trade mark (habit, quote, facial expression, …). Those time was for understanding each other and being closer.

Testimonial of An Hyeon Jeong (Class of 2017)
An Hyeon Jeong (Class of 2017)

Kim Han Bin (Class of 2017)

EIS is the place that is full of my high school memory. I met best friends and best teachers there. I felt very comfortable at school like I was at home. I would miss the time I spent with my friends in the small room to study and the small swimming pool where I really worked hard to carry out EE experiment.
What I have learnt from the IBDP
I learned the value of time management and independent learning skill. There were lots of tasks such as IA and WT that I needed to submit by the deadline.
Most memorable moment
My best memorable moment was the lunch time we spent with each other. After we ate lunch, we always gathered in the homeroom. We always competed to take bean bag and talked about daily life. Every day was full of different moments. I just could not forget the moment that we sit around together after lunch.

Testimonial of Kim Han Bin (Class of 2017)
Kim Han Bin (Class of 2017)

Moon Ju Hyeog (Class of 2017)

I was at EIS for four years. Firstly, thanks to EIS for letting me be a member of school. I could not believehow much I developed since Grade 9 and it was a miracle that I could write English like this! Secondly, I would like to thank to teachers who support me, especially Mr. David. Thank you for being ourhomeroom teacher and guiding us as DP coordinator.
What I have learnt from the IBDP
I personally enjoyed Core subjects (CAS, EE, and TOK). I learnt general art movement from my EE. In CAS,I improved some of my skills and it gave me many challenging stuff that I haven’t tried before…
Most memorable moment
My most memorable moment in EIS would be my Art Exhibition which was really rare to experience as ahigh school student. My exhibition theme was “Culture identity” which I could express my culturalbackground where I belonged to. It was a great time that I had communication with my communityabout me and the community itself.

Testimonial of Moon Ju Hyeog (Class of 2017)
Moon Ju Hyeog (Class of 2017)

Vu Thi Thanh Thao (Class of 2017)

For me, EIS was my second family. I had a lot of wonderful teachers and many lovely friends, especiallymy G12’s gang. Every moment that I had with them are the best memories I have ever had.
What I have learnt from the IBDP
Never ever procrastinate your deadlines if you want to survive in IB. And everyone in your class is yourfriend in the IBDP exam, they are not your enemy. Therefore, you guys should help each other to survive IBDP exam. Don’t make a “civil war”.
Most memorable moment
The most memorable moment I would never forget was during lunch time, when all 8 of us sat on 1table, had lunch and talked with each other about anything that came up in our mind. At that time, I felt like we are a real “OHANA”. “Ohana means family and family means nobody is left behind or forgotten”
- Lilo and Stitch.

Testimonial of Vu Thi Thanh Thao (Class of 2017)
Vu Thi Thanh Thao (Class of 2017)
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