Bangkok Christian International School follows a Christian-based philosophy which supports moral development through its various academic programmes. It seeks to prepare its students to meet the challenges of the continuously changing world and strives to raise godly leaders with Christian integrity and positive values.
It is a multi-cultural school which has grown rapidly over the last few years. The school believes in a solid Christian-centric ideology that forms the foundational base for the academic curriculum, the cultivation of integral moral values, and the preparation to help students meet ever-changing challenges in the modern world.
Bangkok Christian International School boasts of a healthy mix of senior experienced faculty members as well as young and energetic teachers. It chooses teachers from various ethnic background to provide a global outlook for students. Currently, the faculty team consists of teachers from more than eight countries including American, British, Filipino, Thai, Korean, Taiwanese and Spanish origin.
The school is actively attempting to nurture an open, all-inclusive family type of atmosphere so that all school goers, irrespective of race, religion or nationality would ever feel marginalised. The school values (and subsequently, promotes) the characteristics of self-esteem, self-discipline, fair play, and open-mindedness, as these qualities will not only be good preparation for their future studies, but will equip the students to handle responsibilities for the rest of their lives.
Bangkok Christian International School offers education in preschool, primary and middle school levels. The school also offers a programme named English as a Foreign Language (EFL) where students from a non-English speaking background are trained to be proficient in the language.
Apart from the curriculum, the school lays strong emphasis on co-curricular activities in the form of sports, performing arts and visual arts training. The school also imparts knowledge of how to lead a Christian life to all its students by encouraging them to take part in community service and learn how to do good for the less fortunate.