Our Management



Cherie Tan joined EtonHouse International School Phnom Penh in August 2013, initially as the Marketing Manager and is currently the Director of Admissions.

Cherie has a Master in Business (General Management). She has been living in Cambodia for over the past two decades and was working as the Director of Sales and Marketing in a few prominent International and regional hotels for many years. Always having a keen interest in schools and working with young children, especially as she was educated in Singapore, EtonHouse Phnom Penh which delivers bilingual education seems the natural choice!

The long experience in Cambodia's hospitality industry has proven to be an asset for Cherie, as she handles inquiries, provides information to the general public, liaises with parents, coordinates school events with the academic team and other administrative responsibilities. In her words, the experience at EtonHouse Phnom Penh has been, "both enjoyable and educational". She looks forward to connecting with the parents and new families and students of E.H.I.S.

Community Projects

Kantha Bopha Hospital

For the third year in a row, EtonHouse International School Phnom Penh has raised funds through auctioning items made by our teachers and students during our “Music of the World Charity Concert” held on 13th June 2017. The total amount collected was US$3,100 and the EHIS Team presented the cheque on 16th June 2017 to representatives of the Hospital / Foundation benefitting the Kantha Bopha Children's Hospital. EHIS is very grateful to supports from parents, teachers, teacher assistants, students and friends. We shall strive to continue the tradition of this meaningful event annually.

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Happy Hearts Giving Hands

On 28th June, Ms Nicole and Ms Anne delivered the cheque of $4,370 to Mr Dennis Lauren, Deputy Director of Kantha Bopha Children's Hospital. Mr Dennis remembers EHIS from the previous time we donated. He is very happy with our continuous support for the hospital and for making a difference in the lives of the children in dire need of medical attention. Thank you once again to all parents and friends for making this possible.

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