Weekly Newsletter Wednesday, 14 August 2019

We have officially completed the first week of school for the 2019/2020 academic year! Teachers and students have started settling into their new routines. As with any new beginning, there are a few things that needed to be ironed out. One week in, we are pleased to say that it is all falling into place.

An announcement will be made soon about the East-West Open Day, scheduled for Friday, 23 August. Keep an eye on Facebook and our website for more updates on this.


Practices for our secondary sports teams has officially started this week. Please see the schedule below:

Junior Boys Basketball – Monday and Thursday, 3:00 – 4:30 pm

Junior Girls Basketball – Tuesday and Friday, 3:00 – 4:30 pm

Senior Boys Volleyball – Tuesday and Thursday, 3:00 – 4:45 pm

Senior Girls Volleyball – Tuesday and Thursday, 3:00 – 5pm

The volleyball teams will be practicing off campus at Volleyball Court St 456. Tel 086622223

The schedule for games will be announced later in the month, and we hope you can join us for what will be an exciting year in the Thunderdome.

Academic Announcements

We are proud to announce that our students received a 100% pass rate on the Grade 9 National Khmer Exams! Congratulations to Mr. Ny Nikmul and our entire KGE department, as well as all of our students!

Cambridge International Examination results were released yesterday and have been distributed to students. We are pleased to announce that our students accomplished a 100% pass rate in the Grade 10 IGCSE English exams, and that we have managed to increase our overall results compared to previous years. Well done to all of our students who took exams last year!

Other News

Hagar Catering is looking to provide a breakfast option for our students in the mornings. They are currently finalizing the details of this and will have more information shortly.

We had a surprise visit from Phlong Sopheaktra, a former East-West student, who is completing a degree in Business Administration at Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia. Playing basketball is one of his fondest memories of his time at East-West. Jeff Kane enjoyed taking him on a school tour and showing him how much we’ve grown since. We wish him the best of luck with his studies and success in the future.

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