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I often get asked, do I know what the best International schools in Bangkok are. The answer unfortunately is No. I have looked up several and listed them below in the hope that other people on the forum will comment and offer some insight on them. Please add on any other International schools that you feel would be relevant. Thank you

Regent’s International School

Shrewsbury International School Bangkok

Wells International School

Bangkok Patana School

Berkeley International School

American School of Bangkok – Green Valley

Australian International School Bangkok

Bangkok Prep

Brighton College International School

 

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3 hours ago, gummy said:

Strange that Harrow is not mentioned yet Regent's in Pattaya is

I find that most of these top 10 lists are always dependent upon the author of said article's perspective...

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I often get asked, do I know what the best International schools in Bangkok are. The answer unfortunately is No. I have looked up several and listed them below in the hope that other people on the forum will comment and offer some insight on them. Please add on any other International schools that you feel would be relevant. Thank you

Regent’s International School

Shrewsbury International School Bangkok

Wells International School

Bangkok Patana School

Berkeley International School

American School of Bangkok – Green Valley

Australian International School Bangkok

Bangkok Prep

Brighton College International School

QSI International School of Phuket is another one.

 

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On 6/4/2021 at 12:31 AM, Romi said:

Best International school is the one where your child is happy (finding that one could take some time unfortunately).

I wouldn't say that is true. Obviously it is great for your child to be happy. But you want them in a competent school, and in Thailand, that is something you have to be dilligent in your research in finding out......

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On 5/12/2021 at 1:24 AM, DPat said:

I know The American School of Bangkok charges up to 700k THB / yr - must be good for that price!?

I suspect maybe not. 

Most are easily hoodwinked - 

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On 5/10/2021 at 3:16 PM, Andrew Reeve said:

I often get asked, do I know what the best International schools in Bangkok are. The answer unfortunately is No. I have looked up several and listed them below in the hope that other people on the forum will comment and offer some insight on them. Please add on any other International schools that you feel would be relevant. Thank you

Regent’s International School

Shrewsbury International School Bangkok

Wells International School

Bangkok Patana School

Berkeley International School

American School of Bangkok – Green Valley

Australian International School Bangkok

Bangkok Prep

Brighton College International School

Hands down, International School of Bangkok.

Oldest, best funded, most prestigious and unfortunately the most expensive ( $31,000 U.S. a year avg.).

This is where the Thai and ex-pat elite traditionally send their children.

My father put five of us through through this hallowed institution and it was an incredible experience.

My 25 yea old little nephew from Austin, Texas finished a contract teaching there last year. So it all kind of came full circle. She was personal tutor to Mathew and Lydia Dean's son, Dillian and a child of one of the board of directors of Boon Rawd corporation who's long Chinese/Thai name I can't recall right now.

Here are a few of it's notable alumni :

 

Tim Geithner graduated a few years before I started in 1982. But we both attended the original campus at the end of Sukhumvit soi 15. The new campus is amazing.
Senator Duckworth attended a year after we moved back to Washington D.C.
I would have liked to have gotten to know them (even though I am diametrically opposed to either of their political persuasions).

Any one of the schools you mentioned is likely to be very good, Andrew.
But the best is ISB without a doubt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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