2020-2021 Annual Report

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Message from the Head of School

I’m delighted to present our highlights for the 2020-2021 Academic Year through this Annual Report. For those who were with us last year, you’ll recall that unlike much of the rest of the world, we were fortunate enough to experience more than 100 days of face-to-face learning before a sharp pivot to Distance Learning in semester two. Once again, as a community, we showed fortitude during a semester of grave uncertainty. We found ways to still give our students the quality experiences we’re known for...To Read the Full Message, Click Here.

 

 

Message from the Board Chairs

In my capacity as Board Chair, I had the privilege of regularly speaking with students, parents, faculty and staff about our School. I often asked what made UNIS Hanoi so unique? The answers would vary between our excellent global reputation, our diversity, and our faculty. I was delighted to take this enquiry further when we decided to conduct a review of our Vision and Mission statements as well as our strategic plan...To Read the Full Message, Click Here.

 

On behalf of the Board of Directors, I’m thankful to Amie Pollack for her service to the UNIS Hanoi community over the past five years. I am full of admiration for her commitment to the UNIS Hanoi Board of Directors and the energy with which she has dedicated to every project, meeting and task force. Under her helm, UNIS Hanoi continued to flourish, and has remained the school of choice for families both in Vietnam and beyond.

“Guided by UN values, we inspire all learners to strive for academic and personal excellence and empower students to create positive, sustainable impact.”

UNIS Hanoi’s new Mission statement underpins the work we strive to do for our students, families and community every single school day. Alongside the Mission, which was launched in May 2021, we have adopted a set of new values - curiosity, diversity, integrity, community, responsibility, and courage. The Annual Report for 2020-2021 is formatted around these new Values.