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Parent-School Activities

Parents play a vital role in the success of HagenIS school community. Their active involvement and support are essential in creating a nurturing and enriching educational environment for our students. We value the partnership between parents and our school, recognizing that their engagement contributes significantly to the holistic development and academic achievement of their children.

At Mt. Hagen International school, parents are encouraged to actively participate in their child's education journey. Through regular communication channels, parent-teacher meetings, and involvement in school events, parents gain insights into their child's progress, strengths, and areas for growth. This collaboration allows for tailored support and a shared commitment to the student's overall well-being and success.

We believe that parents are key stakeholders in their child's education. Their engagement fosters a sense of belonging, motivation, and positive values in our students. By working together, we create a strong foundation that encourages open dialogue, trust, and a partnership dedicated to the growth and development of each child.

We value and appreciate the active participation of parents in various aspects of school life, including volunteering, fundraising, and contributing to school decision-making processes. Their contributions enrich the educational experience of all students and help create a supportive and inclusive community.

Together, we recognize the importance of parental involvement in shaping the educational journey of our students. At HagenIS, we celebrate the valuable role parents play in fostering academic excellence, character development, and a lifelong love for learning.

Upcoming Parent-School Activities

Join us in staying up-to-date with all things happening at Mt. Hagen International School through our engaging School Calendar conveniently located on the home page of our website and our informative newsletters. Or simply reach out to Kolis Waira, Principal of HIS, by calling (675) 7192 0517 or emailing