Genius Kids International Preschool and Kindergarten

Genius Kids International Preschool and Kindergarten

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Genius Kids International Preschool and Kindergarten is new to Phnom Penh.

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The school is colourful and fun, and decked out with modern equipment – including a swimming pool and a state-of-the-art play place for young kids.

Also, the decoration is perfect on both the exterior and interior: keeping kids excited no matter where they are in the school.

Right now, the school is enrolling infants and kids.

Genius Kids opened on March 26 and programs will begin once enrolment is full.

Currently, enrolment for infants is full. Programs begin now for infants from three months. Enrolment is open for children up to 12-years-old.

You must be wondering, what’s so special about Genius Kids?

The school offers four unique programs tailored to the needs of both infants and children: day care, preschool, kindergarten, and an English enrichment program.

Mao Veasna, the school principal said: “Our partner is in Malaysia, but my school follows the Australian standard – and we’re the only one in Cambodia.”

The fee of the school is important to note – while it follows an international standard, the tuition “is suitable to [Cambodian] parents and cheap compared to Australia” according to the principal.

He added that? at Genius Kids, there is a high level of responsibility as there is a one-to-one ratio between caretakers and infants.

The fee for infants (3 months – 1 Year) is $220 for one month with full day care, while half-day care is $170. Kindergarten (3 years – 7 Years) is $190 for one month with full day care.

There are eight rooms that provide a comfortable environment.

Programs? are inclusive of art, sports, maths and more.

The Genius Kids International Preschool and Kindergarten is located at No 25 Mao Tse Tung Boulevard, BKK 1, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh.

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