Admissions Guidelines

All students, regardless of origin who apply for admission to ISPP, must demonstrate through previous school records and entrance assessments that they can access and benefit from the IB curriculum and activity programmes offered at ISPP. In addition to academic requirements, students must meet the English language requirement for that grade, reside with a parent or legal guardian, be able to pay the required fees, and meet the chronological age requirements that the school has determined. Potential students with a sibling already enroled in the school will be given priority.

Once students are officially enrolled in ISPP, they will be assured of continued enrolment provided their achievement and behaviour meet the standards of the school and the conditions of their admission, including the ability to meet fee obligations.

English Language

ISPP will enroll students whose educational needs can be met by the school. Depending on the grade level, students requiring additional support for developing their English skills may be placed into English as an Additional Language (EAL) program at additional cost to parents/guardians. Students will exit the EAL program once they demonstrate grade-level proficiency in the four skill areas: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Learning Support

  • Learning Support in the Elementary School

Learning support is provided for students with mild learning difficulties who need support to succeed in the mainstream class. Students who have emotional or social needs may also receive support or may be referred to an outside agency depending on the individual’s need. There is limited support in Cambodia for these services. 

  • Learning Support in the Secondary School

Learning support at ISPP is flexible and based on the particular needs of the students in our community. Support may take on a variety of forms: one-on-one, small group or in-class. The support teacher monitors, assesses and documents student progress relative to the targeted goals. The aim is to provide a tailor-made program that best meets the needs of the individual, taking advantage of the expertise and strengths of all those associated with the ISPP community. We value individual growth and development and do our best to provide all students with the type of support that ensures their success. There is an additional fee for this service.

Nationality Limit

ISPP limits the total number of students of any single nationality to no more than 30% per grade level from Kindergarten-Grade 12. In those cases where more than one section of a grade level exists, the Administration has flexibility with respect to placement of nationals within class sections.