CISH homeimg01
CISH homeimg02
CISH homeimg04
CISH homeimg03
CISH homeimg08

What's Happening...


Mid Autumn Festival (Tết Trung Thu)

The annual harvest festival in Vietnam is seen as a wonderful celebration of Vietnamese culture, especially geared... More>

Buy No Rhino & Operation Game Change

Students pledged to "Buy No Rhino" with Vicky and Ness, two South African sisters who are cycling through Southeast... More>


Please see the below lunch menu from Donkey Bakery, a socially responsible company, employing those with hearing... More>
wasc-logo nlsa-logo


concordia-shangai-logo hong-kong-international-school-logo concordia-hanoi-logo

Sister Schools


SCHOOL #698000

Concordia at a glance

Concordia is a private, non-profit, co-educational, international day school with English instruction. Fluency in English is required for entry. EAL support is available. Concordia is governed by a Board of Trustees, comprised of corporate executives who support and promote Concordia’s development and growth. Concordia was founded in 2011 as a Preschool to Grade 7 institution and has annually added the next higher grade level. The first high school graduation will be in June 2017. Concordia International School Hanoi is a sister school with Concordia International School Shanghai and Hong Kong International School.


Concordia's Core philosophy

At Concordia, students, teachers, and parents are dedicated to academics, creativity, and service in a caring and engaging community of learners discovering their talents as scholars, artists and athletes.


We are passionately committed to building a strong, healthy community with each other, students, families and the people of Vietnam.


We are passionately committed to achieving the greatest level of excellence in education and everything we do, being highly professional, innovative, creative and effective.


We are passionately committed to providing outstanding service learning opportunities for our students and faculties throughout the community.


We are passionately committed to placing the needs of students at the forefront of our decisions.