Every now and then, there springs up new academic institutions making loud their claims to being able to provide your kids with the basic education that they require. It is a really huge claim to make as most of these new international schools of Thailand are actually EP schools operating with Thai curriculum.
However, if you want your child to have the best international education, KIS International School of Thailand might be what you are after.
Established in the late 90’s (1998), KIS International School of Thailand shines brightly because of its reputation in last decade. The school is amongst the new international schools of Thailand but has gathered incredibly large experience in the industry.
Their curriculum is strictly based on the new international standards and all woven to get the best out of the kids.
KIS (Knowledge Inspiration Spirit) International School of Thailand is strategically located in the heart of Bangkok at a location that links all the major parts of the city. Besides being in an accessible location, the school ensures the safe transportation or conveyance of its students back to their respective homes.
KIS International School is an all-embracing school having close to 700 students with 54 different nationalities. The school puts together certain intellectually challenging activities to help improve creativity sports to promote physical alertness and bonding between the students and community service to help create a sense of belonging and have an impact in the society.
The staff is unique; well-trained and cooperative. The school organizes parents-teachers meetings from time-to-time, to create a bonding between parents and teachers which will have a long-term effect on the child’s turn-out.
Kids who are enrolled in this school are on the right track to becoming responsible adults and world movers in future.
KIS International Schools is amongst the new international schools in Thailand that has both nationwide backing and international affiliations. It is licensed by the Thai Ministry of Education and is also in affiliation with Washington International School and the ‘Task Force for Child Protection’ to ensure the safety of its students.