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    Frequently asked questions

    1. What curriculum does the St. Nicholas School offer?

    St. Nicholas School (SNS) is a combined school from kindergarten to grade 12, partner with prestigious schools in the US to conduct the most complete and comprehensive American school programs for students. In addition to the international program consigned to them to implement, St. Nicholas School also provides students in grades 1 through 12 with an integrated program for students who choose to both complete the Vietnamese program, approved by the Ministry of Education and Training, and obtain certificates of core credits of the US high school curriculum.

    2. Is the St. Nicholas School accredited?

    St. Nicholas School has partnered with the three top US universities: Texas Tech University, University of Missouri, and Florida Virtual School, to create advanced learning programs within the American education system, with Common Core standards – in-depth understanding. into problems on modern technologies 4.0.

    The program is accredited by prestigious organizations such as AdvancED, NCA, TEA (Texas Education Agency), etc. Especially, it is granted a certificate of accreditation by 1 of 6 regional educational accreditation organizations in the US. After each school year, students will receive a certificate of completion (Certificate of Completion) and transcripts. Students graduating from high school can receive an American diploma which is recognized globally.

    3. Do you provide additional English language support?

    Yes. St. Nicholas School has a long tradition and expertise in supporting students for whom English is not their mother language. For those students requiring English as a Second Language (ESL) support, our school has an established and dedicated English as a Second Language department and provides in-class and small group support.

    4. Can students transfer from St. Nicholas School to another country?

    Yes. A benefit of an American-based education is that it is transferable. The structure and consistency of the International program allow students to move easily between schools in various countries and facilitates an easy progression to a university in Europe, Asia, or elsewhere in the world.