Adventist International Mission School Korat follows a philosophy to provide true education to students, which encompasses the wholesome, complete development of a child. The school believes that true education prepares a student to face life through their potential.
The school follows a mission to provide an ethos where the Holy Spirit can process and imprint the image of God in each child. It provides a balanced educational programme which promotes academic excellence and the wholesome development of a child.
The school’s vision involves nurturing spirit-filled, lifelong learners, equipped with Christ-like characters who are catalysts for change and dedicated to exemplary service. The school is registered with the Thailand Adventist Mission (TAM) like other Seventh Day Adventist schools in Thailand, and is internationally licensed to provide grades K1-K3, Grades 1 up to 9, and since 2015 Grades 10 through 12 as well.
The school’s objective includes promoting the desire to achieve academic excellence, encouraging wholesome respect and attitude for each unit of the society – home, church, school and government, develop physical skills, develop effective communication skills, inculcate and practice Christian values and enhance artistic skills.
Adventist International Mission School Korat follows the Seventh Day Adventist curriculum and provides education from preschool up to secondary levels. The school believes that each young learner is of singular value, and are thus educated to accept service as a way of life, and to be sensitive to the needs of those both in the school and in the home, and in society at large.
The school aims to advance the student from their prior learning experiences, whilst also developing their inherent talents. In addition to promoting academic excellence and encouraging a respectful attitude for society, the school also inculcates Christian values among the students, enables the pursuit of artistic talents, and develops both their physical skills as well as their communication skills.
Apart from the curriculum, students can also pursue several co-curricular activities such as music, drama, debate and be a part of various clubs such as photography, videography, speech, spelling, music, computer and others.