St Andrews International School Dusit is a part of the Cognita global school network which has more than sixty diverse yet connected schools in at least seven different countries. This is the third St Andrews International School campus that can be found in Thailand and indeed within the city limits of Bangkok itself, with the other two being St Andrews International School Sathorn and St Andrews International School Sukhumvit 107.
The school provides great educational support to young children, helping them to achieve their full potential. It is a small community school which opened its doors in 2010 and focuses primarily on how to help children learn effectively.
St Andrews International School Dusit looks after the academic, social, emotional, cultural and physical development of each child and caters to both local and international students. This fully inclusive co-ed school is proud to deliver an engaging, challenging, and dynamic curriculum that enables individual children to see remarkable progress, and is one of the cornerstones to why the school has grown from just five students in its inaugural year to just below two hundred students today, spread out over fifteen classes.
The school follows a holistic British curriculum for Early Years and enhances the curriculum to prepare primary students for a seamless transition into higher education. Students have achieved outstanding results in their IGCSE and International Baccalaureate Diploma Program examinations.
The school is committed to teaching students to appreciate other cultures and be aware of the needs and values of others. Thus, they are given the option to study a third language; French or Mandarin.
Furthermore, the school recognises the importance of physical exercise in developing a well-balanced child and offer specialised swimming lessons to build core strength, refine muscles, and build stamina in every child. Their physical education programme includes tennis, basketball, badminton, and other sports to develop leadership skills within an international community.