St. Stephen’s International School BANGKOK

St. Stephen’s International School BANGKOK

Address: 998 Vipawadee Rangsit, Lat Yao, Chatuchak, Bangkok, 10900, Thailand

St. Stephen’s International School (Bangkok)

Address: 998 Vipawadee Rangsit Road, Ladyao, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900

Tel: +66 (0)2 513 0270-1


Established: 1998

We provide a strong academic learning environment in which all students are stretched and are encouraged to do their very best so that they achieve their full potential.  English is the language of instruction at St. Stephen’s except for the teaching of other languages.

The Thai National Curriculum also has an important place and provides the foundation and structure for the teaching of Thai at all levels.  Daily lessons support the “East meets West” philosophy throughout the school.

At St. Stephen’s, we believe in educating students not simply to be survivors in a competitive world, but to become good leaders of their communities. Students will be equipped with wide ranging knowledge and skills, with the ability to apply these as they keep abreast of ever changing technological advancements.

Life experience skills will be cultivated in students so that they understand themselves and society, maintain good health, enrich their wisdom and are also self-reliant, honourable, disciplined and honest young citizens of the future. They will develop a sense of pride in their nationality and be respectful of all others. Fundamentally, they will be capable of critical thinking and possess highly effective communication skills.

Language(s) of Instruction: English

Curriculum: EYFS, IPC, IMYC, IGCSE, A Levels

Accreditation: CIS, NEASC, MOE

Affiliation: St. Stephen’s International School (Khao Yai Campus)

Term Dates:      

1. August – December

2. January – April

3. April – June

Current number of students: 500

Number of students at capacity: 700

Age range: 2-18 years

Enrolment period: all year round

Annual tuition fee: 313,800 – 586,400 Baht

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