KIS International School
KIS International School (Thai: โรงเรียนนานาชาติเคไอเอส) is an International Baccalaureate world school in Bangkok, Thailand. KIS stands for 'Knowledge Inspiration Spirit'. It is located in Huai Khwang District, Bangkok, Thailand.
|KIS International School Bangkok|
|Locale||999/123-4 Kesinee Ville, Pracha Utit Road, Huay Kwang 10320, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Head of School||Paul Johnson|
|School color(s)||Blue |
Academics and curriculum
Professional accreditation and affiliation
- IB World School - Authorized by International Baccalaureate (IB)
- Accredited by The Council of International Schools (CIS)
- Licensed by Kingdom of Thailand Ministry of Education
- Member of The International Schools Association of Thailand (ISAT)
- Member of Thailand International School Activities Conference (TISAC)
- Partnered with Washington International School, an IB school in Washington DC
- Member of EARCOS (The East Asia Regional Council of Schools)
KIS was opened in 1998 as Kesinee International School Bangkok, offering Kindergarten and Primary education, with the IB Primary Years Programme.
In 2003, the school rebranded from Kesinee International school to KIS International School Bangkok, and embarked on its secondary school expansion plan, introducing the IB Middle Years Programme, along with a new secondary school facility built to suit the requirements of both the MYP and the IB Diploma programme. The school has a library, science laboratories, IT facilities, class rooms, study rooms and conference areas. The school had its first graduating class in 2010. Students graduate with an IB Diploma.
The school has over 800 students ranging from 2 ½ - 18 years of age with a student/teacher ratio of 8:1.
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