Facing the very complicated situation of the Covid-19 epidemic in Vietnam, non-public schools across the country have had to stop their students from home school and take online lessons to ensure their learning progress. While students are still studying but not attending school, many schools have problems dealing with unpaid tuition fees. Facing this problem, each school has a different way of dealing with tuition fees. Facing this problem, each school has a different solution
On April 13th, Hanoi Academy announced to parents about February, March, and April 2020 tuition waivers and continue to teach online without any additional charge. The decision of the school makes many families appreciate it because so far Hanoi Academy is the only bilingual school in Vietnam that does not collect tuition during the epidemic periods.
Sharing the reason for the tuition fee waiver, HA Principal Mr Thanh Tung said:
“In the Covid-19 pandemic, Hanoi Academy, as well as many other organizations, are faced with challenges including monthly operating, rent and teacher’s salary. However, understanding the anxiety and sharing the economic burden with families in this difficult time, the school leadership decided not to collect tuition and any other fees (including online tuition and service fees) for three months of schooling for your children.”
At the same time, the school is committed to providing free online teaching and learning, aiming to help students complete the standard of knowledge and skills for the 2019-2020 school year.
Hanoi Academy supports parents and students through the pandemic outbreak (COVID-19)