PHUKET: The Board of Directors of the Phuket International School (PINS) announced today that the US-based Quality Schools International (QSI) has accepted its invitation to take over PINS. PINS will therefore close permanently on June 30, and the QSI International School of Phuket will open on the same premises the following day. Mr James Gilson, president of QSI, will be in Phuket on June 2 to meet with parents and interested parties to discuss the absorption of PINS into the QSI family of schools. The Board of Directors stressed that it is essential that parents who intend to enroll their children in the new school demonstrate their commitment by submitting deposits of confirmation by Friday, June 2. Deposits have been set at 10% of each child’s assessed tuition and will be applied to fees in August.
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