In line with international standards, NIST maintains strong child protection policies & procedures
and our school strives to provide a safe & secure environment for all students.
The NIST Elementary Music Department production Lost in Space, first staged at the school in 2015, will soon be available worldwide through school musical publisher Maverick Musicals. Under the new name The Black Hole, it will be the second original NIST show to be published after Creepytown, which..
Over the past two years, our community has increasingly focused on ways in which we can become more sustainable, adopting practices that help us reduce consumption, support the environment and conserve resources. This led to the creation of SustainableNIST, a committee comprised of not only faculty,..
The NIST education has gradually shifted over the past several years as our community has become increasingly aware of the importance of engaging with other communities to work toward shared solutions for local and global issues, and the need for more sustainable practices. More than ever, it's critical..
On Sunday, 7 October, 21 schools and 375 delegates from Bangkok, Pattaya and Hua Hin united during the 26th annual Bangkok Model United Nations (MUN) Conference to discuss, debate and resolve some of the world’s most pressing issues. Led by NIST student leaders, delegates converged in the Tantipipatpong..
By any traditional measure of success within academia, the members of NIST’s Class of 2018 would excel. Throughout their time at the school, they distinguished themselves within their courses and on the IB exams, with the class earning an average of 35.3 compared to the global average of 30.0, and..
Two teams of NIST Robotics secondary school students travelled to Louisville, Kentucky, USA, to compete at the VEX World Robotics Championship after they qualified at the Thailand tournament. As the largest robotics competition in the world, the event drew 600 elementary school and 800 middle and..
Voices of NIST
We all have stories to tell, stories that reveal who we are, and the experiences and people that have shaped us. They allow us to reflect, learn and connect. Our community believes that sharing these stories empowers us and others, extending our vision far beyond the walls of our school.
The Voices of NIST represent only a few of the thousands of students, parents and teachers who have helped build a remarkable community, one that continues to inspire us and drive us to excel even further. Through their contributions we have all been enriched.
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NIST INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANGKOK
36 Sukhumvit Soi 15, Klongtoey-nua,
Wattana, Bangkok 10110