About: The school curriculum is based on American standards and content. PAIS teachers implement the curriculum through modern, research-based, student-centered methodologies, including inquiry and project-based units of study. All PAIS teachers are highly qualified and come to PAIS with previous experience in their field of education.
We use high quality, current textbooks from a variety of Western publishers to support the learning that occurs in our classes. The content of these textbooks matches the standards and benchmarks in place at PAIS. Textbooks for the study of Thai, Arabic and Chinese languages have also been carefully selected to support learning in those subject areas. In addition to textbooks, PAIS teachers produce a wide variety of content materials that suit the learning needs of their students. The PAIS library also provides considerable content resources for teachers.
Our core subjects are English Language Arts, Science, Mathematics, History and Social Science, Computer, Health and Physical Education, Values and Thai Language and Culture. We also have art, music, Arabic & Chinese as optional subjects.
For Grade 11 and 12, we offer the IB Diploma which is the most reputable High School Diploma program around the world. Almost all good universities accept IB Diploma students
Got good feedback from this schools and the manager Nigel and it seems that as long as he’s there there should be some good outcomes from it.
- Former Teacher reviewed 6 months ago
- last edited 2 months ago
This school is run by a group of people who have no clue about quality education. You can find much better international schools for around this much tuition fee. There is a high turn over rate. Every year many teachers leave, and management members keep changing.
- Nattakit Chompoo reviewed 3 years ago
- last edited 3 years ago
My kid goes to this school for many years now. I see the improvement every day. It is a great school. They do a lot of community activities, not only academics. They do IB for high school. My kid is not in the high school yet. But they just started middle school version of the IB. It is called MYP and I am very happy with that. My kid loves the school more. Lessons are more fun. I love how the management and teachers are helpful to parent’s concerns.