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World’s Largest Lesson Event at KIS: Taking Action against Food Waste

Grades 3, 4 and 5 students participated in a citywide event initiated by the UN to raise awareness of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 12: ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns. The initiative was managed by delegates from AIESEC, a global network of young leaders from...

04 April 2019 | KIS International School

New Gymnasium and pool inaugurated by Olympic swimmers

In line with the wishes of the school’s community and following the strategic plan, KIS added two new buildings to its spacious campus to complement the already outstanding facilities.

 

The first, the Arts & Design Building, has been in use since the beginning...

29 March 2019 | KIS International School

7 Reasons Why the MYP is Great Preparation for the IB Diploma

Many International Schools in Bangkok offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma programme to students in the last two years of high school. However KIS International School, which offers a full IB education, through the  IB Primary Years Programme (for 3-12 year olds) and the IB...

29 March 2019 | KIS International School

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

KIS International School is proud to deliver the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, which is the world’s leading youth achievement award, operating in over 140 countries around the globe.

 

The Award brings together practical experiences, skills...

14 March 2019 | KIS International School

KIS Student Starts NGO

Saloni, one of our Inspiring Individuals in Grade 12, speaks to KIS about her work establishing the Aboli Foundation with her sister. The Aboli Foundation, a registered NGO, is a charity organization aimed at helping underprivileged schools in...

13 March 2019 | KIS International School

Choosing the Right University: Where to Begin?

Mr. Carl Gavin, KIS University Counselor and CAS Coordinator provides some great insights and advice to students who are in the process of selecting the right universities to apply to and ultimately attend. 

 

1. Choosing the right university feels like a...

28 November 2018 | Carl Gavin

Inspiring Individual: Genie, Elephant Ambassador

Genie, Grade 9, provides some insight into her ongoing work as an animal rights activist and Elephant Ambassador. 

 

Tell me a little bit about yourself and your work with Elephants. How did you get involved?

 

I...

08 October 2018 | KIS International School

Leadership as Part of a Balanced Education

A well rounded education offers students the opportunity of developing skills that are deemed useful in life, at school, and in the real world. Some of the skills that are in demand are leadership skills.

 

Leadership skills are those that help us manage a group of people....

25 September 2018 | KIS International School

Would You Be a Good Theory of Knowledge Student?

Our DP Coordinator, Mr. Daniel, also teaches Theory of Knowledge at KIS. Below he explains a bit about the course, using examples from ToK Questions:

 

Would You Be a Good Theory of Knowledge Student?



Theory of Knowledge (ToK)...

19 April 2018 | Daniel Trump

Are extra-curricular activities really still extra?

Although the media frequently decries the state of schools today, the reality is that more schools in more countries are educating more children, frequently to a higher standard than ever before. More students are also going to university- which leads students to question how can they make...

18 April 2018 | Michael Hirsch