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Building Opportunities

Building unrivaled opportunities for our students to reach their highest potential, SSIS is currently constructing two new ambitious facilities: a High School STEAM/Design Center and a purpose-built Middle School building, which will open in 2024.

Designed by Flansburgh Architects (USA) with the insights of students, faculty, administrators, our board, and our dedicated parents, these new facilities will promote collaboration and innovation and further empower students in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM).


 

STEAM/Design Center

Our High School STEAM/Design Center will provide state-of-the-art facilities that include five science labs, two art rooms (in addition to independent art studios), a 3D art and printmaking room, and an indoor/outdoor art gallery. 

These spaces will offer the latest technology in robotics and 3D modeling,  a sunlit two-story makerspace and shop area, and a video production room. The opportunities for our high school students to explore their creativity, kindle their passions and develop essential future-ready skills will be nearly limitless.

New Middle School Building

As the only school in Ho Chi Minh City to offer a distinct space tailor-made for middle schoolers,  this new building is designed specifically for students in grades 6 - 8, with their emotional, creative, and physical growth in mind.

Bright naturally-lit open spaces will encourage hands-on learning and foster students’ experimentation, and among the highlights of this beautiful space are a 220 sqm black box theater, a dance room, a maker space, and an atrium flooded with daylight. The new middle school library will be a hub for research and exploration, and the double gymnasium will offer endless opportunities for physical activities, team sports, and other community-building events.

Walkthrough Video

In developing the new buildings, Boston-based architects Flansburgh made multiple visits to SSIS to meet all stakeholders, i.e. parents, students, teachers, and other community members to help generate a conscientious, sustainable, and future-orientated master plan for SSIS.