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International School of Phnom Penh Expands

International School of Phnom Penh Expands

Renovation work has begun on the new campus of the International School

of Phnom Penh (ISPP) on a site opposite its existing campus on Norodom Blvd.

Work began early August after ISPP signed a long term lease on the site and should

be completed within two months. The schools old site will be retained.

The school plans to spend in excess of $250,000 on converting the new building into

a new facility.

The ISPP is a non-profit organization owned by parents of students and governed by

a Board of Directors elected from the international community and parents. The school

began in 1989 with five students meeting at home and has grown to a current enrollment

of 260.

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