Admissions



WELCOME to ISB’s New Family Portal

Dear parents,

Warm tropical greetings from the Office of Admissions.

On behalf of the faculty, staff, and administration, congratulations on your child(ren)’s admission. We are thrilled your family is joining our vibrant school community – it’s where you belong!

We hope this page can help you feel informed and assured about the many important details before the start of school for your child(ren). There may still be some steps remaining and we have outlined everything that you need to know and need to do to be ready before that first day.

You are always welcome to contact us at ​admissions@isb.ac.th or by phone at +66 2963 5808 if you have any questions.

We anticipate your arrival with pleasure and look forward to seeing you soon.

With our best regards,

Your Admissions Team

 John, Rosalind, David, Sun, Tang, Natt

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Semester 2 to begin virtually.

Please read below for how to prepare and what to expect.

Dear parents,

We regret to share with you that due to the recent spike in cases of COVID-19 across Thailand, as of Sunday, 3rd January, the government has ordered all the schools in 28 provinces (including where ISB is located) to remain closed through the end of January 2021. The second semester will therefore begin virtually on Monday, January 11th.

We kindly ask that you contact your child(ren)’s counselors with questions about virtual learning and we will continue to be in touch with any updates. We also encourage you to regularly check our website’s Communications Page for more updates.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at ​admissions@isb.ac.th or by phone at +66 2963 5808.

 

For information about what to expect and how your family can prepare for the start of the semester virtually, please carefully read below. For information about Middle and High School, please scroll down.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

‘Welcome Back’ letter from Dr. Allen, ES Principal – click to view

We have planned a variety of sessions and supports for you during the first week. In addition to your individual Zoom intake session with counselors as well as support from the ISB Admissions team, we are offering two Zoom sessions to help you feel connected and prepared for our Virtual School experience.

ES Virtual School will launch on Monday, January 11 @ 10AM with a Zoom Class Meeting hosted by your child’s homeroom teacher. Prior to 10AM your child’s teacher will share the Zoom link with you and your child via Seesaw.  Homeroom teachers will also share the finalized Grade Level Virtual School Weekly Schedule. To best support you as you support your child, homeroom teachers will share a learning tasks overview for core areas via Seesaw each day prior to 8AM.

Virtual School Technology Orientation – Monday, Jan 11 @ 9AM
January 11 @ 8 AM Technology Orientation (Seesaw & Zoom) with Innovation Learning Coach Mark Marshall.  Join this session to ensure you are set up with our core digital tools for Virtual School for your first synchronous class meeting at 10 AM. Please let us know if you would like to watch the recording of the session.

ES Engage – New Parent Orientation – Thursday, Jan 14 @ 7:45AM
January 14 @ 7:45 AM on Zoom with ES Admin & ES Counselors.  Our January ES Parent Engage is an orientation for all New Elementary Parents.  Please join us to learn about the school, how we approach learning, and to meet other new parents! Please let us know if you would like to watch the recording of the session.

The ES Community Virtual School Handbook includes detailed information about our contingency plans for continued learning when extraordinary events force a closure of the campus. ISB uses a combination of online tools and resources to keep student learning moving forward and keep students connected to their teachers and peers. Virtual School can never replace in-person learning; however, we strive to ensure that virtual learning experiences are engaging, based on our learning objectives, and as meaningful as possible.

The ES Hub (library) is open to parents during school hours via scheduled appointments located in PowerSchool. Parents are welcome to book appointments to check out books for their families. Please note that only parents (not students) with a scheduled appointment are able to access campus during the campus closure.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Parents and students can refer to our MS Community Virtual School Handbook to learn about the details of our plan.

A recording of the virtual orientation is available upon request.

Specific points about virtual school in Middle School include:

  • We will follow alternating Day 1 and Day 2 schedules while in Virtual School, with 1-hour long class blocks. Advisory will take place some days, but not every day. We will have an advisory on Jan 11th, at 11:15 AM.

  • Teachers will use Zoom to interact live with students during scheduled class times.
  • Students may not be on live with the teacher the entire class period – this will vary depending on the plans for that particular lesson.
  • Students will be provided with the Zoom links for all of their teachers and Waiting Rooms will be used to ensure only the people who are meant to attend, will participate in the Zoom session.
  • Students are expected to attend Zoom classes on time and follow teacher instructions, same as if they were in the classroom.
  • We expect students to be visible during class time. They should not tilt cameras away from them, be off screen, or turn off video.
  • Teachers will post work and provide resources using PowerSchool Learning. Teachers may additionally use other formats like Google Classroom, however, links and resources will all be available from PowerSchool Learning.


For some classes, there may be a need for specific school materials (including locker contents). How these materials will be distributed will be communicated at a later date, once teachers have determined what needs there might be.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

For new HS students and families we have an orientation planned for you on the first day of school as follows:

Monday 11 January – Orientation Plan for New Students

  • 9.15am – 9.55am Zoom Orientation for HS Parents and Students with HS Administration and Counselors and Question & Answer session (40 mins). Please let us know if you would like to watch the recording of the session.
  • 10am-10.30am Student Ambassadors and Counselors meet with new students (parents not required). Please let us know if you would like to watch the recording of the session.
  • 10.40am-11.15am Tech sessions for HS parents and students. Please let us know if you would like to watch the recording of the session.
  • 11.20am New Students to join advisory classes, then normal classes from 12.30pm

Prior to Monday, the essential thing to organize is a laptop or computer for access to Zoom. For new families that are in Bangkok, you should be receiving your laptop this week.

Some key points to note for our virtual learning schedule:

  • We follow alternating Day 1 and Day 2 schedules while in Virtual School, with 1-hour long class blocks. During 11:20-11:45. Students will either attend advisory, assembly, or join their regular Panther Block activity. For the first week of Virtual school, we will hold an advisory on Monday, January 11th (day 1), assembly on Tuesday, Panther Club meetings on Wednesday, Advisory on Thursday, and Panther club meetings on Friday.

  • The initial HS Virtual School Schedule will be:

Time

Day 1 Schedule

Day 2 Schedule

8:15 – 9:00

Students available for meetings with teachers as needed

Students available for meetings with teachers as needed

9:00 – 10:00

Period 1

Period 2

10:15 – 11:15

Period 3

Period 4

11:20 – 11:45

Panther Block / Assembly / Advisory

Panther Block / Assembly / Advisory

11:45 – 12:30

Lunch

Lunch

12:30 – 1:30

Period 5

Period 6

1:45 – 2:45

Period 7

Period 8

2:45 – 3:45

Students available for meetings with teachers as needed

Students available for meetings with teachers as needed

    • Teachers will use Zoom to interact live with students during scheduled class times. Students may not necessarily be ‘live’ with their teacher the entire class period – this will vary depending on the plans for that particular lesson.

    • Students will be provided with the Zoom links for all of their teachers and Waiting Rooms will be used to ensure only the people who are meant to attend, will participate in the Zoom session. The zoom link for every HS teacher can be found in this document).

    • Please do not hesitate to contact your teacher, counselor, or one of the HS admin team if you have any questions or concerns about virtual school.

    • Students are expected to attend Zoom classes on time, with their cameras switched on and follow teacher instructions, same as if they were in the classroom. Attendance will be taken in the first ten minutes of class and parents will receive an email if their child is missing from the zoom meeting. If you child is unable to attend a day/class of virtual learning, please still email Khun Gade directly (sasivimb@isb.ac.th).

    • Teachers will post-work and provide resources using PowerSchool Learning and/or Google Classroom as they have done when school is in regular session.

For some classes, there may be a need for specific school materials. How these materials will be distributed will be communicated at a later date, once teachers have determined what needs there might be.

Things to think about when it comes to virtual learning

Part of maintaining a healthy, balanced life will be managing time on screens for students. Given that school will require a significant amount of screen time during virtual school, we hope that families find ways to encourage other use of time outside of school “hours” during this period. This can include physical activities, time outside, playing board games, and reading books etc. During this period of school closure, students and parents are reminded that they should continue to follow local guidelines and regulations regarding social distancing and other requirements put in place by local authorities.

We also recommend setting up a clear workspace at home so that students can focus their attention on schoolwork, but then also separate from it when disconnecting.

 We also have a set of Student Guidelines for virtual school as follows:

  • Select a neutral space away from distractions for online learning — preferably at a desk or table that is a comfortable workspace with easy access to materials, laptops, internet, etc.  Avoid personal spaces, such as a bed if possible.

  • Ensure others in the household are aware that there may be lessons online with an individual from ISB occurring at specific times.

  • Maintain respectful, attentive behavior and engage in positive interactions with everyone in the session if synchronous.

  • Refrain from using unnecessary technology during your online learning (eg. mobile phone).

  • Make all efforts to contact the teacher/assistant prior to the online learning session if you are having technical difficulties. 

ISB also has a set of Safeguarding requirements – with video conferencing being used (Zoom), we want to ensure that privacy is maintained for all and that teachers and students have appropriate interactions.

  • Students should dress appropriately for school. While they do not have to wear uniforms, they should avoid pajamas, sleepwear, or clothing not acceptable at school.

  • It is best to use workspaces like dining rooms, desks, etc. rather than personal bedrooms. Of course, with many children in a home, this can be unavoidable. Appropriate for school virtual backgrounds should be used so that unexpected access to home environments is prevented.

  • Everyone in the household should be aware that live video conferencing is happening so that we avoid accidental privacy violations in the background (including noises and conversations).


If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at ​admissions@isb.ac.th or by phone at +66 2963 5808. To reach school divisions, please see below for contact details.

 

School division contact details

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

Please note that the information below is meant for a regular on-site start of school. Your family will receive information about what your family will need to complete to get ready for on-campus learning when your child(ren) can return to campus. If your family has arrived in Thailand on student and guardian visas, please read this document to learn how to prepare and proceed with the visa process after your arrival.

To give you an idea of what to expect, it will be a 45-minute appointment with the admissions team on the first day back to purchase uniforms, obtain IDs/wristbands, and complete any remaining steps, if any.

If you have any questions about the information below, please feel free to reach out to the Admissions team or your child(ren)’s school division. We will be happy to help you.

So let’s get started!

We have divided the portal into the sections below. Please click to access your section of interest or just start scrolling down to learn all about your family’s transition to ISB.

Here’s what needs to be completed​ before the first day.

A. Submission of any pending documents as directed by the Admissions Office. If you are not sure if you need to submit any further documents, please ask us and we will get back to you.

B. Medical Forms must be submitted as soon as it is possible and the forms must be approved by the Nurse before your child(ren) can start attending classes on campus. For many families, this is one of the last forms they submit on their child(ren)’s behalf so if you have not yet sent us these forms, please do not worry. In the event that approval is not granted, we will be in touch with you directly with what needs to happen​.

– Please share any serious medical concerns about your child, such as anaphylaxis, epilepsy, poorly controlled asthma, and insulin-dependent diabetes with the nurses directly at n​urse@isb.ac.th​. The form and your email should communicate this information about your child even if you shared it on the application. The information on the application is not transferred to the school nurses. The medical form with the doctor’s signature is the form that is followed by the school.

C. Submit copies of the family’s visas stamped in the passports or proof of Thai nationality.

D. Local Contact Information – This is required before your child(ren)’s first day of school. This is important for us to have in the event of an emergency. We understand you may not know this information prior to your arrival and much like the medical forms, this is usually one of the final submissions. It is important to keep in mind that we will need local phone numbers for all parents and also at least one local emergency contact. You are able to complete this form via OpenApply or by submitting this form to the Office of Admissions.

If you are either living in Bangkok or arriving before the start of the semester​, you are welcome to visit the campus. Please make an appointment with our office before you visit. We will use this opportunity to complete any remaining steps in the enrollment process, give your family a tour of the campus, help you purchase school uniforms and supplies, obtain ID cards and wristbands, and of course, answer any questions you may have.

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This is what you ​need to know​ about your child(ren)’s first day & Orientation.

Below you can find Divisional Information for Monday, January 11th, the first day of Semester 2

The Elementary School (ES) orientation​ will take place during your intake appointment with your child(ren)’s counselor. This is an individual appointment with your child(ren)’s counselor and your family. Counselors will be available on Friday, Jan 8, 2021, to virtually meet families who have moved to Thailand during the winter break.

Students who are entering Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten in the Early Childhood Center in the ES will have a brief orientation session with the counselor as well as a time to meet their teacher before the first day of school. Pre-Kindergarten 1 students will have a careful and controlled start to their ISB journey and what this will look like will be communicated in detail to parents during your meeting with the teacher. Please view the welcome letter from the counselors to learn more.

On the first day of school on campus, all ES students will need a backpack, water bottle, hat, and the correct ISB uniform (Polo or PE). The counselors will make sure to inform you about which uniform your child(ren) should wear on their first day.

The Middle School (MS) families will receive a link to join a virtual orientation session. Please click here to see what will be coveredFor those starting later in the school year, orientation will be conducted with the counselor in a 1:1 appointment. You will also receive information from your counselor about how to connect and engage from January 11th.

The High School (HS) families will receive a link to join a virtual orientation session. Please click here to see what will be covered.You will also receive information from your counselor about how to connect and engage from January 11th. In addition, all the new Grade 10-12 students are required to have had their official transcript submitted by their former school or they are to hand-deliver it on this day with the former school’s official’s signature on the back flap of a sealed envelope. For those starting later in the school year, orientation will be conducted with the counselor in a 1:1 appointment.

PTA Welcome Wai event

This event has been postponed until further notice. On the first day of school, we will also have a Welcome Wai event for all current and new families. A great opportunity to connect with other families. Welcome Wai is a PTA committee made up of parents who welcome all new families to the ISB community. You are cordially invited to join them on the first day in the Amphitheater (behind the Main Cafeteria) between 8.00-8.45am to meet other ISB families and enjoy some refreshments and snacks.

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School Campus Key Safety Measures

Please find our key safety measures below:

  • All families must complete a self-declaration form confirming that no household member has traveled outside of Thailand in the last 14 days or come into contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days. The form can be completed here
  • All those on campus must wear masks.
  • Social distancing of 1-2 meters must be adhered to.
  • Hand washing (with soap and water or gel) must take place frequently – before entering each learning spaces or when learning activities change.
  • Parents must check temperatures before sending children to school. Temperatures will also be taken before boarding Montri buses and before entering campus. Anyone with a temperature of 37.5 degrees or above may not enter the campus
  • Only students, staff, and those with appointments may enter the ISB campus. We will welcome parents back on campus as soon as possible.
  • Frequent cleaning and disinfection will take place.
  • Students and adults who are unwell should stay home.

Preparations on Campus

In terms of facility preparations we have implemented the following:

  • Turnstiles are installed at all entrances and these will check IDs, the completion of the self-declaration form, temperatures, and mask-wearing at the same time. 
  • Hand gel dispensers have also been installed outside all learning spaces.
  • Foot sanitizing pads will be placed at each entrance. 
  • Acrylic screens are placed on tables in the cafeterias.
  • Additional handwashing stations have been installed by the playgrounds.
  • Sensors have been placed on water fountains and soap dispensers. 
  • A tent has been installed on the Chevron Parking lot with more seating to allow for social distancing during lunch. 
  • A positive pressure air filtration system and new (quieter) air conditioning are now also installed in the ES Learning Hub, which means all of our learning spaces now have this system.

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School calendar and starting times

Have a look at the School Year Calendar to get an idea of what will be going on throughout the year and to help plan your family’s holidays. Some upcoming events include ISB’s Health Night (January) and the annual International Family Fair (early February).

Here are also the school day starting and ending times for each division. Note: supervision for ES students is provided starting at 7:00. ES students are to arrive at or after this time. Grade 11 & 12 students who have a Higher Level IB Diploma class as last on their schedule on a particular day, will finish at 3:20pm.

ES MS HS
Start time 7:35am 7:35am 7:45am
End time 2:20pm 2:40pm 2:50pm
Early-Dismissal Days 1:10pm 1:10pm 1:10pm

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Uniforms and Supplies

The uniform consists of a polo shirt with the school emblem with a choice of khaki or black shorts, pants, or a skirt. Each school division has a different uniform color (ES, MS, HS) but all students have the choice of wearing the school’s white polo shirt. Students are allowed to wear their own bottoms as long as the items are plain khaki or black and free of branding or labels. ISB uniforms can be purchased on campus year-round at the Book Store from 7:30am-2pm. This year, we have also made uniform purchases available online.

Physical Education (PE) uniforms are unisex and consist of a white or yellow top with black shorts. These are required at all grade levels. Students are also expected to have appropriate footwear for PE.

ES students wear PE uniforms to school on the day they have PE classes. MS and HS students must change into their PE uniforms before their PE classes in the locker rooms.

For school supplies, we advise you to wait before purchasing any items prior to your arrival.

  • For ES students, virtually no school supplies are necessary as any items they would need are provided for them in their classrooms. Their teachers will inform you during the first week and throughout the year if any supplies are required in addition. For the first week, we only require that students are in the correct uniform (Polo/PE) and have a backpack, a water bottle, and a hat. The ES office will share what uniform is required for your child(ren)’s first day.
  • Students in MS and HS are provided with a MacBook Air laptop for their school work during class and to take home for homework. In addition, MS and HS students are required to bring their own school supplies. Students can purchase recommended supplies at the Book Store. Please note that all HS students are required to have a graphing calculator (TI-84 Plus recommended) also purchasable at the Book Store.

Transportation to and from school

Over half of the student population resides in the Nichada Thani housing estate which is where ISB is located. Many of these students have the wonderful option to come to school on foot, on their bicycles, or be driven to school in a family golf cart or car. This short commute to school is very safe for children to complete on their own as the roads in Nichada Thani are monitored by guards at all times. Please note that helmets are required for all students, parents, and ISB employees who wish to ride their bicycles onto campus. 

For Elementary School Families

Morning Drop Off:

  • Supervision is available on campus beginning at 7:00am until 7:35am.
  • Please drop off students outside of the ES main entrance (Grades 1-5) or at the Early Childhood entrance (Pre-K to KG).
  • As students enter the turnstiles area, administrators, teachers and IAs will be present to greet students and direct them to their learning spaces.
  • Note: Parents of Pre-K1 and Pre-K2 students may enter the Early Childhood playground for morning dropoff.

Afternoon Dismissal:

  • Pre-K dismissal is at 1:10pm.
  • KG-Grade 5 dismissal begins at 2:25pm.
  • Parent pick up:
    • Pre-K:  Parents of Pre-K1 and Pre-K2 students may enter the early childhood playground for pick up.
    • KG:  Students will be in the early childhood playground waiting for pick up.  There will be a covered waiting area for parents/mae bahns to wait outside the early childhood entrance.  The teacher or IA will bring the child to the parent/guardian (students will pass through the turnstiles to be picked up).
    • G1-G5: Students will pass through the turnstiles then meet parents along the front of the school next to the first letter of their last name, as indicated on the chart above (alphabetical by last name).
    • Walkers and bikers will be dismissed first, followed by bus-riding students, and then car pick up.  In order to reduce congestion, we encourage students who live in Nichada to walk or bike.
    • Students who take buses will be guided to their buses.

For Middle School Families

Arrival Procedures:

  • MS students may only enter through the entrances next to the Business Office, Chevron, Sarawanville entrance, or through the Sports Complex gate. ID Cards are required.
  • Before classes start, MS students are able to wait in the cafeteria and must maintain a physical distance of 1-2 meters. Seating is prepared for this.
  • MS Students will be able to go upstairs and enter their first block classes between 7.25am and 7.35am.

Dismissal Procedures:

  • At dismissal time, students will exit campus by the Business Office or Chevron. Students must maintain 1-2 m physical distance as they move through the halls and exit campus.
  • All MS students must proceed immediately to their bus, vehicle, bicycle or to the walking gate and exit campus unless involved in an afterschool activity or club, in which case students need to move directly to their activity or wait in the cafeteria until the activity starts.
  • If MS students are being collected by a parent or guardian, then the adult must wait at the front of the school next to the corresponding first letter of their last name, as indicated on the chart above (alphabetical by surname).

For High School Families

Arrival Procedures:

  • HS students may only enter through the entrances next to the Business Office and Chevron, Sarawanville entrance, or through the Sports Complex gate. ID Cards will be required.
  • Before classes start, HS students are able to go to the outdoor tent in the Chevron parking lot or the Library and must maintain a physical distance of 1-2 meters.
  • Students will be able to enter their first period classes between 7.35am and 7.45am.

Dismissal Procedures:

  • At dismissal time, students will exit campus by the Business Office or Chevron. Students must maintain 1-2 m physical distance as they move through the halls and exit campus.
  • All students must proceed immediately to their bus, vehicle, bicycle, or to the walking gate and make their way home unless involved in an afterschool activity or club, in which case students need to make their way to their activity.
  • If HS students are being collected by a parent, then they can wait at the front of the school next to the first letter of their last name.

Buses at ISB

For families living outside of Nichada Thani: ISB utilizes Montri Bus Company. Students are picked up from their residences each morning and are offered departure times from school in the afternoon which accommodate the school-sponsored after-school activities and sports programs. Not sure where to live downtown? Take a look at our map to see where the buses pick up and drop off the students. It is important to note that the bus schedule does not accommodate the schedules of all of the community activities.

Each bus has a Montri employee that acts as the bus monitor with all buses having communication systems that allow Montri personnel to keep in direct contact with the school. You can sign your child(ren) up for the bus services by completing the School Bus Services Registration Form.

Buses will leave ISB at the following times. Please note that the second and third buses are not door-to-door services and that these times may change in the future.

First buses

1:10pm for Pre-Kindergarten 1 & Pre-Kindergarten 2

2:40pm for Kindergarten to Grade 5

3:00pm for Middle School and High School

Second buses – these buses leave after extra-curricular activities

4:00pm for Elementary School – these buses will start service after August 24th

4:10pm for Middle School & High School

Third buses

5:10pm for Middle School & High School students only; Tuesday departure at 5:20pm, Friday departure at 4:50pm)

Please contact Montri Transport for the nearest drop-off point to your home.

Montri Customer Service:

Tel: +66(0) 2906 0160 /+66(0) 2919 9900 Ext. 301-304                                                                          Email: ​info@montri.co.th​ or ​cscenter@montri.co.th                                                                              Website: ​www.montri.co.th

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Activities at ISB

 

With all the activities on offer at ISB, your children will be able to make the campus their second home. Whether it’s sports, arts, community service, there’s something for everyone. You can review the activities available at ISB by visiting the Student Life page and there’s even more on the ​ISB Athletics and the ​Community Activities pages. There truly is something for everyone, even the parents who can join the Adult Education classes or help run/organize activities for children.

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Learn about ISB’s Divisions & Student Handbooks

Please click the links to learn more about our Early Childhood CenterElementary School, Middle School, and High School. You will be able to find information about the schedules, curriculum, programs, and what awaits your child(ren) at ISB. In addition, we advise you to click on the links below to review the divisional handbooks to learn more about school expectations and further general information about each division.

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Learning Resources, Reading Lists, and Resources for English as an Additional Language (EAL) Students

We are happy to share with you our suggestions for some learning before your children join us at ISB. Please visit our Learning Resources page to discover internal and external resources for your children to  For, reading lists, please visit ES Hub page to discover books for your ES child or share our library page with your MS and/or HS child(ren) for a wealth of resources for how to find and choose their next books. For the students who are going to be part of our EAL (English as an Additional Language) program, we encourage them to visit our EAL Resources page. They will find links to resources that will help them develop and practice their English language abilities. We recommend that you share these with your child(ren) and encourage them to practice a few times a week between now and their first day of school. With regular practice, your child(ren) will be able to have a good and strong start at ISB both socially and academically.

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Connect with a current ISB family & Student Ambassadors

As a new family to our community, if you would like to get in touch with an ISB parent, or someone from your home country in our community, please contact our Welcome Wai parent group at welcomewai@isb.ac.th​. This is a great platform to ask your questions and learn from those who have already done it about anything and everything to do with moving to and setting yourselves up in Bangkok. If you wish to get in touch with our PTA, we are happy to share with you the PTA Board Members their contact details for the 2020/21 academic year.

For new students who would like to get in touch with our current students, please read the steps below:

    • Elementary School Students – For those entering grades 4 and 5, you will be contacted by a current student and be able to ask them questions. Once you arrive at ISB, you will have an opportunity to meet them in person as well. You will be assigned a classroom buddy upon arrival. For the younger students, they will have a classroom buddy who they will be introduced to on the first day of school.
    • Middle School Students – Our Student Ambassadors will get in touch with you during the summer and they will be your go-to person at the start of the year. They will help you get around the campus, introduce you to new friends, and share their experiences with you.
    • High School Students – If you haven’t done so already, please complete this form and one of our Student Ambassadors will reach out to you. You will be able to keep in touch over the summer and ask all the questions you want about ISB and living in Bangkok.

Final bits and pieces to think about.

Final required document submissions: Please send any pending documents to admissions@isb.ac.th. For transcripts, please read below.
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Invoices & Receipts: The Business Office will provide you with a PDF of the invoice and receipt of payment of the tuition fees. Should you require a hard-copy invoice, please write to our colleague, Ms. Atchara Ounsri and she will be able to assist you. Upon your arrival to campus, you can pick it up at the Business Office or if you share your summer mailing address, we’ll send it to you! If you have any questions about payment procedures, please feel free to contact Ms. Ounsri or us in Admissions.
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Transcripts: Students entering grades 10-12 must have an official transcript(s) from their previous high school(s) for ISB transfer credit, graduation requirements, and future university applications. To do this, parents must request the previous high school(s) to send the official transcript(s) by email to transcripts@isb.ac.th. If electronic delivery is not possible, the school must send the transcript(s) via post or give a copy to the parents to hand-deliver to ISB. If hand-delivering, the transcript(s) must be in a signed and sealed envelope. Please arrange to obtain the signed and sealed transcript(s) prior to your child(ren)’s last day of school and do not open it. The transcript(s) can only be accepted and used by ISB if received in a signed and sealed envelope. If it will be sent by post, please ensure the envelope is addressed to the address below:

Registrar, High School Counseling Office

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANGKOK

39/7 Soi Nichada Thani, Samakee Road,

Amphur Pakkret, Nonthaburi 11120 Thailand

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That’s it from us but if you have any other questions or if we can be of any help at all, please feel free to get in touch.

We can’t wait to see you soon!

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