Parents Can Be Less Worried About Sending Their Children for High School Abroad

It is very normal that many parents found themselves caring and worrying about their children studying high schools overseas. There can be many reasons. Many of those students are not yet 18 years old. They are still teenagers who do not walk real lives yet. As a result, children can hang out with the wrong groups. No one can be confident that studying abroad is safe from gang groups and more.

Furthermore, it can be natural to some parents who always see their children every day yet cannot see those students when they are studying high-schools abroad. As there can be more reasons, Cambodian parents should be less worried for sending children for high schools abroad. There are several reasons that parents can be confident that their children are safe and make friends with the right groups from the right host family to the monthly social reports.

The following are some of the reasons Cambodian parents should be less worried about sending children to study high-schools overseas. 

Host Family

There is a reason Cambodian parents should not be much worried about their children studying high-schools abroad. Although, those children are still teenagers; they can stay with host families that you can trust. The worries are few because Cambodian parents can build good relationships with those host families. Moreover, Cambodian parents who have much experience in real lives can know who you can trust and whom you cannot trust with those host families.

Meanwhile, there are families abroad who welcome international students including Cambodian students to live and stay at their homes when studying high-schools abroad because they want to have a new experience for their families. Some families want to have foreign students as their other siblings and/or children. They want to build cross-country relationships and understand foreign cultures including the Cambodian one.

In addition, your children can develop a deep understanding of foreign cultures and build personal contacts for lives and future opportunities with those people. Cambodian parents can think it is difficult to get host families because who want to accept strangers to stay in their homes. No matter what, you can contact an education consultant or us WEduAbroad who have experience of connecting with host families when sending your children to study high-schools abroad. You can be less worried with offers from our service.


Boarding Option

No matter what, having host families isn’t an only option for Cambodian parents who want to send their children to study high-schools abroad. You can send your children to study at boarding schools overseas which places for students to study and places for them to stay are in the same spaces. There should not be a worry for parents whose children study at boarding schools. There are some reasons for this.

The boarding school is a private school that includes living and studying in the same spaces. There are school officials who standby, so there shouldn’t be a problem. If Cambodian parents don’t trust this enough, at some boarding schools your children’s teachers can stay there in the same spaces with and nearby your children. They can give enough attention to individual students. Meanwhile, the boarding schools have their rules which can be strict. There cannot be problems with bullying and gang groups with those boarding schools.

Regardless, we don’t know which boarding schools have those particular rules. There are some other pieces of info that Cambodian parents cannot know such as the fees of staying, the meals and so on. Consequently, it is smart that you contact some Cambodia-based consultancies for studying abroad including WEduAbroad who can guide both Cambodian parents and children to go through over all those processes.


Guardianship Service

Many parents and students don’t have this problem, but if it is a serious case that your children need to be in a check, there is a possibility for a guardianship service. Meanwhile, Cambodian students who cannot be accountable for themselves as they are still not much mature can suggest their parents apply for a guardianship service.

Regardless, what is a guardianship service? People who are considered adults or 18 years old don’t need guardianship unless they are incapacitated or not able to make decisions by themselves. Some children who are under 18 years old are not mature enough when they cannot fully discipline themselves to do and to not do what is supposed. Consequently, Cambodian parents can apply for guardianship services for your children.

We encourage every parent to discuss with your children whether they really need guardianships as the services can be strict to students. No matter what, we encourage students who are highly immature to get guardianship services. Please feel free to talk to us for the services because we have partners that can be helpful to you.


Monthly Academic Reports

Cambodian parents can trust monthly academic reports for your children who study abroad. There are some serious reasons to trust those reports and know well whether your children are doing good without you or not. High-schools abroad whether public or private/boarding offer strict scorings for students’ reports. Cambodian parents should trust your children’s high scores for their hard-working as Cambodian students need to study hard against high standards of requirements abroad and have not much time to play around.

Additionally, there is no way to fake those academic reports when they can be sent directly to parents from schools. Furthermore, you can ask feedbacks directly from relevant teachers and schools shall you have questions about your children’s performances.

If this is not enough, you can contact us WEduAbroad who are welcome to receive reports and communicate with parents for your children’s progress. Both Cambodian parents and students can have full confidence over those monthly academic reports.


Monthly Social Reports

Studying high-schools abroad is more than just sitting in classes and doing all your exercises. It’s also about your social engagements. Some Cambodian parents have concerns because their children are not very active socially. Some Cambodian students are too strict with themselves and only focus on studying without giving themselves time for fun activities. As it can be a point of concerns, some high-schools bring about monthly social reports because extra-curricular activities are parts of schools’ services to your children too.

As a result, Cambodian parents who are afraid your children are not willing to engage socially should not have worry. You start to know what clubs whether they be football or singing clubs or some swimming lessons that your children are engaging. They are all a fun time, and parents know well whether your children are having funs against academic stresses and pressures.

Again, you can consider us WEduAbroad as a point of contacts whenever you think you don’t have enough time to check over those monthly academic and social reports as we can give you quick and short updates over your children’s progress.

You should check out the Popular High School Destinations for Cambodian Students as well. 

What Should You Get from the Article?

Cambodian parents who have many worries for your children because they are about to study abroad have fewer worries because there are many ways to track your children’s progress and know whether they are doing good or not. Those ways are such as having host families, a boarding option, getting a guardianship service, checking your children’s monthly academic reports as well as monthly social reports.

You can consider us as a point to contact when you don’t have enough time to check over everything. WEduAbroad consultancy is working to deliver you the best services. No matter what, we encourage you to consult with us first for free at the 9th Floor, B-Ray Tower, Preah Norodom Blvd, Tonle Bassak Commune, Chamkamorn District, Phnom Penh (map here) or contact us via phone call 017 548 354. You can also visit our facebook at: to take a quick look at what we have been doing so far. We are always ready to help, and we wish you and your children all the best.







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