Trinity International School follows a mission to provide multinational educational programmes to students. It seeks to nurture their qualities of academic excellence and integrity and prepares their students for joyful, independent and selfless service to God and society.
Originally founded in 2003, Trinity came to fruition thanks to the belief that all students in the Sukhumvit area of Bangkok were deserving of a chance for quality international education at affordable fees, whether they be expatriates or of Thai origin.
Like a good many other schools in Bangkok and around the country, this school is built around the educational philosophy and core tenets of the Seventh-day Adventist faith (Adventist), which is the largest Protestant academic foundation in the world.
The school has world-class accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) in the U.S. and the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA) in Thailand, whereby ONESQA has accredited the school’s Thai curriculum. Meanwhile, the WASC has certified Trinity’s International programme.
This school offers the California Department of Education curriculum (which has a strong emphasis on Maths and Science) and is in compliance with the established Common Core States Standards accepted by all American states. The class sizes in the school are quite small enabling the teachers to provide personalised attention to each student.
The school has also set forth its Expected School-wide Learning Outcomes (ESLO), which provide a clear roadmap for what is expected of the students to be successful. A Trinity student works hard and thinks critically. The school also strives to develop a mastery of English in its students and imparts Adventist values in children. The school appreciates cultural diversity and teaches its students to treat everyone with respect, compassion and kindness.
Trinity International School offers education to students from preschool up to secondary levels. It follows the Seventh Day Adventist curriculum. Students learn the importance of empathy and compassion from the beginning itself while the faculty work hard to ensure students are scholarly and ethical.