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KIS Takes 45 Medals at the World Scholar's Cup

The World Scholar's Cup features competitions such as the Team Debate, Scholar's Bowl, Collaborative Writing, and the Scholar's Challenge. It is a test of criticial thinking, team work and collaboration. KIS students formed 5 teams, which competed in this event that had 3,600...

01 September 2017 | Thomas, G10

DP Retreat 2017: Personal Ethical Leadership

On 22nd August Grade 11 & 12 Diploma Programme Students went on a 3 night Retreat at the beach in Cha Am. The purpose of the Retreat was to help the students to develop their leadership skills. The activities were designed and delivered by KIS staff in order to help students to minimise...

29 August 2017 | Daniel Trump

Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

On Saturday, May 27th, the Class of 2017 graduated from KIS International School. Some joined 2 years ago to take on our Diploma Programme while others have been with us for 15 years! We have even had some students who studied at KIS, left to study in another country, and then...

29 May 2017 | KIS International School

KIS Hosts International MYP Coordinators Meeting

Middle Years Programme (MYP) Networking meetings usually take place twice a year.  In this meeting, We had MYP coordinators from international schools in Chiang Mai, Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Ming City, and Cambodia. 


The purpose of the the...

22 May 2017 | KIS International School

Iya, Grade 12 Becomes L'Oréal's Youngest Intern Ever

Education becomes alive when we are able to make connections between the classroom and what is going on in the real world. The IB promotes this through things like Community, Action and Service (CAS). We also try our best to bring real world experiences to the classroom by inviting in guest...

27 March 2017 | KIS International School

Psychology at KIS

As many of you know, KIS recently added Psychology at the Standard and Higher Levels in our Diploma Programme (DP). The interest has spread to members of our Middle Years Programme (MYP), and why not? The study of the mind is really intriguing! 


Vivi in Grade 7 is...

09 March 2017 | KIS International School

Mythbusting the Diploma Score

Way back in the early 1990’s my first teacher mentor, the Head of Humanities at a school in England, had a sign over her desk which read “It does not matter how many times you weigh a pig it does not fatten any faster”. The sign, used in this context, is referring to students...

30 January 2017 | KIS International School


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