SNA Marianapolis International School – Bien Hoa Campus has launched in a collaboration between NHG (Vietnam) and Marianapolis Preparatory School (USA). United States partner Marianapolis Preparatory School is accredited by the New England Association of High Schools and Colleges (NEASC), the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), the Small Boarding School Association (SBSA), and the Catholic Boarding Schools Association (CBSA).
K-12 curriculum is developed between International Schools of North America and Marianapolis Preparatory School. A degree from SNA Marianapolis International will be recognized for superlative educational standards of American independent Catholic school, applied abroad. SNA Marianapolis is committed to fostering a community of pioneers with academic prowess, interpersonal empathy, and resonant faith. Graduates will be prepared to impact the global landscape for generations to come.
With over 20 Advanced Placement (AP) courses and 100 elective courses in its arsenal, Marianapolis Preparatory School equips the curriculum at SNA Marianapolis School to be demonstrably competitive worldwide. Experiential learning and differentiated instruction provides SNA Marianapolis scholars an interdisciplinary approach to intellectual inquiry and multi-modal growth. Education occurs in and out of the traditional classroom at SNA Marianapolis, with students embracing the full scope of co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities at their fingertips.
As a result, SNA Marianapolis International School seeks innovative, collaborative educational leaders to join its K-9 faculty for Fall 2021. SNA Marianapolis holds its educators and students to the same superlative community standard. Instructors ensure learning occurs in and out of the traditional classroom. Teachers, coaches, and house parents infuse the student experience with meaning, fostering opportunities for growth as well as imparting a sense of self-discipline to each child. Resilience, adaptability, inclusion, and a pioneering spirit set apart the SNA Marianapolis community in Vietnam, in the USA, and worldwide.
The ideal candidate has a bachelor’s degree or higher, with comprehensive knowledge of early childhood development. Some experience in – or passion for – working with young children is a must. Our community of teachers is committed to interdisciplinary learning, imparting academic excellence to students while exemplifying mutual support and understanding among peers. Each SNA Marianapolis educator is responsible for the design and implementation of an articulated experiential learning curriculum, modifying modes of instruction to meet the unique needs of every child. Outside of the traditional classroom, our faculty engage in extracurricular opportunities with students, whether coaching a sport or leading a co-curricular trip for hands-on learning. In short, our educators demonstrate a willingness to fully engage in the life of the school.