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In the center of the city, where everything is nearby and all around you, is where our school is located.

Our school, which is our fifth campus, offers three curriculums: Khmer, English, and Chinese.

Your child will have a fantastic time on our campus, where learning is GGAS's first focus.

We also offer a variety of amenities for students to use while they are here to study.


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Your child's education will be enhanced by our first-rate facilities.
Our specially designed learning rooms are stocked with state-of-the-art tools and technology, creating an engaging environment for students to study and interact while having a good time and becoming empowered.

Our studio inspires children to use their imaginations and expand their horizons outside the academic.

Your children will appreciate our cutting-edge athletic amenities in a natural setting.

Their bodies and brains are fed and energized by nutritious meals in GGAS's own exclusive cafeteria.

For pleasant studying, air conditioning is available in every classroom.



Students learn to be relaxed but ambitious across the whole GGAS campus.

Our students like going to school each day because of the contemporary, roomy GGAS campus, which is created to encourage individualized learning.


In Our Stunning Facilities

Our Location

Golden Gate American School campus 5 is located in the Tuol Kork area.
You can find us at Sangkat Beoung Kork, 67 Street 313, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 12152.
For directions, please contact +855 11 619 999 / 077 777 106 / 087 777 106 or please refer to the map.

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  • What is the student-teacher ratio at GGAS?
    We have an impressive student-teacher ratio of 9 students per teacher. This ensures that each student receives personalized instruction from their teachers and plenty of one-on-one time when needed. With this low ratio, you can rest assured that your child will have all the resources they need to succeed in their studies.
  • What is GGAS uniform policy?
    A school uniform encourages a sense of belonging and provides a visible identity with GGAS Community. A school uniform eliminates for parents and students unnecessary costs associated with fashion trends and peer pressure.
  • Does GGAS offer transportation for students?
    Yes, we do offer transport to our students at an additional cost
  • Is there a waiting list?
    That may, depending on the grade you're requesting. If there is a waitlist, it will be disclosed to you at the time of application, along with the possibility that a spot will open up for the start date you are applying for.
  • Can my kid start mid-year?
    Yes, GGAS admits new students throughout the whole school year, so you may apply at any moment. To that end, we always encourage new families to enroll their children as early in the school year as possible (every August) so that they don't miss any crucial instruction and have more opportunity to meet new friends and classmates.
  • Is there a Chinese and English program for students coming from overseas?
    We provide the best Chinese and English curriculum. We also care about Khmer curriculum, so you can teach your kids in a bilingual way.
  • Do kids get tested as part of the admissions procedure?
    There is an evaluation method, but it varies depending on your child's age. For example, in early learning, in-class observations are used, while in secondary school, tests of English and math proficiency are given. Also, you can be interviewed by the primary or secondary school principal (which can be done via video if you are not in Cambodia at the time).
  • At what age can I enroll for IB?
    Our school is an educational institution that offers the IB Program (Candidate School), only at Phnom Penh Thmei Campus. A comprehensive curricular program developed by the International Baccalaureate (IB) Organization. GGAS offers students aged 3 to 19 a rigorous and challenging education developed from international standards. The Diploma Programme (DP) curriculum is made up of six subject groups and the three DP cores, comprising theory of knowledge (TOK), creativity, activity, service (CAS) and the extended essay.
  • Do you provide enrichment activities?
    GGAS also offers additional curricular opportunities such as student clubs, community service activities, and extracurricular events. We strive to develop students’ critical thinking skills and foster an environment of inquiry-based learning. We are known for our focus on developing internationally-minded
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