Secondary School

At American Pacific International School, we know that adolescence can be a tough time in any young person’s life and that school may not always be their first priority.

With this in mind. we aim to provide learning on a variety of topics which have real world applications for our students based on their interests and own curiosity.

From Grades 7 to 9, students at APIS take a variety of courses to deepen their knowledge and understanding in all subjects and to apply that knowledge to forming their own questions and seeking their own answers.

Our Programs
At APIS we offer full-day and half day programs.

Our full-day program covers both an international and local curriculum. School begins at 7:30 and ends at 4:30 with a lunch break from 11:30 to 12:30. Parents may choose for their children to spend lunch as school or home.

Our half-day program offers our international curriculum. In even-numbered months (February, April, June, August, October and December), this program is offered in the morning. During odd numbered months (January, March, May, July, September, and November) this program is offered in the afternoon.

We recommend students sign up for our full-day program in order to get the most out of their education.

This program sets students up for success as both residents of Cambodia and citizens of the world, ensuring they will have the proper education for whichever path they take.
English, Science & Math
Cambodian Language
Music & Art
Physical-Education & Swimming
ICT & Coding
Library & Online Reading
Our Curriculum
For our secondary classes, we use the Cambridge Secondary Curriculum for Language, Math and Sciences, in addition to our PE, Swimming, Computers, Arts, Music and Library classes. With these programs we aim to provide interesting topics for the students to study which captivate their interests and provide knowledge about subjects which have real-world applications for the students to help motivate their students and provide a route to self-discovery and independence in the future.

Also, since American Pacific International School, provides an English immersion learning environment, we find that our students progress in language acquisition much more quickly than they would at a regular English language school.

Beginning in Grade 7, the students move into the Cambridge Secondary Curriculum, and begin to shift away from learning English as a language and instead toward understanding the language and how to use it as a tool for enhanced learning.