Open House, Saturday February 5th

Open House, Saturday February 5th

Brighton College International School Bangkok would like to invite all prospective parents and pupils to an Open House on Saturday 5th February, where you can meet our Head Master, teachers and pupils, and enjoy a tour of our beautiful campus in Bang Kapi.

Run in partnership with England's School of the Decade, Brighton College Bangkok offers world-class facilities and outstanding specialist teachers for boys and girls aged 2-18.

Our small class sizes and culture of kindness ensure that your child can grow in a warm and supportive environment.

And proving our commitment to academic excellence, last year, our first graduates achieved 97% A*-A grades at A Level, the best A level results in Thailand, and went on to study at some of the world's top universities.

The itinerary for the day will include:

08:45  Welcome + refreshments

09:00  Head Master’s introduction 

09:20  Presentations from EYFS, Preparatory School, Senior School and Sixth Form.

10:00  Tour of the College

10:45  Questions and answers with the Admissions Team

To register for our Open House event, please click this link:

**PLUS: Benefit from an exclusive special offer - only for parents who join us at the Open House…**

If you would like to know more about the school please contact;


Line @brightoncollegebkk

Brighton College International School Bangkok, Soi Pracharuamjai, Bang Kapi, Bangkok 10240

Tel: +66 (2) 136 7898   

Mobile: +66 (0) 89 009 1111

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