Saint John's Prep School - USA worked with NHG leaders
In the morning of November 7th, at iTower building, NHG headquarter, Ms. Laura Hartog, Director of admission and enrollment of Saint John's prep school, Minnesota, USA had a meeting with NHG leaders.
Ms. Hoang Nguyen Thu Thao - CEO and representative of NHG leaders took a picture with Ms. Laura Hartog, Director of admissions and enrollment of Saint John's prep school
Saint John's prep is the oldest 6th to 12th grade high school in Minnesota (163 years), highly ranked in the United States and No.1 Catholic school in Minnesota. Saint John's prep school belongs to Saint John system, offering learning levels from high school to university.
After listening to NHG’s presentation, Mrs. Hartog shared her impression on NHG's large-scale education system. Saint John's has the same philosophy of education with NHG's 5H philosophy, training students full of mind, intelligence and ability, which not only give them academic knowledge, but also develop their abilities in art, sports, etc.
The meeting of leaders of Nguyen Hoang Group (NHG) and representatives of Saint John's prep school - USA
The two sides exchanged cooperation programs such as: student exchange, co-operative subjects, joint projects, activities to experience the other’s side culture and education, etc. Ms. Hartog said that: “With the big scale and international standards of school system, boarding area and facilities for education like NHG, students and parents of Saint John's would be completely assured to participate in academic exchanges with NHG and vice versa”.
Ms. Laura Hartog, Director of admissions and enrollment of Saint John's prep school, Minnesota, USA had a meeting with NHG leaders
NHG’s representative, Associate Professor Dr. Thai Ba Can said: “NHG is willing to connect and cooperate with prestigious schools like Saint John's to create the best experience for students on both sides. With the system from high school to university, the cooperation between NHG and Sain John's will create a continuous learning path, and a sustainable development for students”.
BRANDING & COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT