Prem Tinsulanonda International School offers meaningful education to students across the world with a global competency to create a bright future for themselves. The school boasts of a committed and caring faculty team who follow the school’s vision of supporting students to be great in whatever they do.
The school also provides supportive pastoral care which contains a holistic framework which allows all students between the ages of three and nineteen years old to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world. Apparently, this was the first school in all of South East Asia to become an authorised International Baccalaureate (IB) World School that offers all four IB programmes
The Prem Tinsulanonda International School offers IB programmes that encourage both personal and academic achievement to students. This includes Primary Years, Middle Years, Diploma, and Career-related programmes. This is an all-through school where students can study from kindergarten up to grade 12.
With over five hundred students from more than thirty countries, Prem still manages to retain small teacher to student ratios with an astounding one teacher to every seven students.
The school also offers boarding facilities which create a homely atmosphere for the 25% of students (from the total student population) who reside in the campus full time. It strongly believes in holistic development and constantly searches for new learning opportunities to assist students to discover their own passion.
Aside from academics, Prem Tinsulanonda International School boasts a staggering number of extra-curricular activities (ECA), over a hundred ECAs in total, making good use of their verdant 100 acre school campus, complete with school farm.
The school also has a well-defined co-curricular programme named Exploria where students can engage in activities related to arts, sports and social service. The school also includes a Traidhos Academy course on cooking, cricket, farming and other activities. This helps students create a well-balanced life and teach them to be independent.