The curriculum for the high school program at APU International School is modeled after those of the top prep schools in the United States. By emulating this system, our school ensures that students receive not just an American education but also a competitive one.
The faculty at our school seeks to provide students with a robust and diverse education through instruction in four core subjects—language arts, mathematics, science, and social science—as well as supplemental and peripheral subjects such as English as a Second Language (ESL) and computer science.
Within each subject, students are challenged with specific topics to develop knowledge and competencies that will not only prepare them for university education in the United States but also serve as the basis for continued life-long learning.
High school students must complete or test out of the advanced level of ELD prior to taking courses in English, Social Science, or Science. Students may be placed in Mathematics, PE, Arts or Technology courses upon passing the Intermediate Level of ELD.
Courses in Vietnamese History, Geography, and Civics are required by the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) for all Vietnamese nationals. Elective credits will be given for these courses.