Moving to a new country with children can be challenging, even more so when you move to Thailand because English isn’t the native language.
Apart from having to learn a new language, your child has to make new friends, get used to the food and culture, and enroll in a new school.
Choosing a school for your son or daughter is one of the hardest decisions you’ll have to make.
International schools are usually the best choice for expats. But with so many schools to choose from, where do you begin?
You don’t want to send your child to an international school in Thailand that focuses so much on academics that they feel like cold, rigid institutions.
In these schools, teachers lecture students and students can’t engage with their peers or teachers—not the ideal setting for your child to explore their world, grow in curiosity, and become a prepared global citizen.
You want a school where your child is going to learn critical thinking, logical reasoning, applied mathematics, and more through student-centered, activity-based learning.
And one school that educates children using this method is KIS International School.
Founded in 1998, KIS International School offers fully authorized International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculums for children three to nineteen years old.
KIS doesn’t teach your child what to learn, they teach your child how to learn.
Your son or daughter, in turn, takes those skills and becomes a lifelong learner, preparing themselves for a future economy that will be different from the world you now live in.
If you enroll your son or daughter at KIS, they get an education tailored to their personality, needs, and learning style from fully-qualified and trained IB teachers, most of whom have postgraduate degrees.
But you don’t have to take our word for it. Visit the school for a free tour to see for yourself if KIS is the best fit for your child.
To schedule a visit to KIS International School, fill out the form below. KIS will get back to you to set up a time and day.
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