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.
On Friday, 10 November 1989, a small column appeared in The Nation newspaper that set the stage for sweeping changes to education in Thailand. Five short paragraphs revealed that the Private Education Commission had in principle approved a proposal to open new international schools in Thailand. Shortly..
As late May rolls around, the mood begins to shift as the end of school approaches. Seniors don their graduation caps and gowns, preparing for their last official day and reflecting on how quickly the years seem to have passed. And for the schools themselves, a different type of preparation takes place:..
As of 2017, the NIST community represents over 60 nationalities and even more diverse cultures and backgrounds. In a school in which both adults and children have such different experiences from one another, it is inevitable that our students will also have unique strengths and needs. From the youngest..
While academic excellence, support for students and rich learning opportunities all represent commonly cited features by parents seeking a school, an even more important factor underlies them: the safety of children. With parent concerns rising in both public and private education around the globe,..
As they prepared for the 4th Falcons Young Fencer Invitational, held from 22-23 April at NIST, the NIST Falcons Fencing Club held high hopes. When it launched as the first international school fencing club in Thailand, no one knew exactly how popular the sport would be, nor just how rapidly many of..
As schools continue to struggle to adapt to the shifting needs of the 21st century, the importance of community development and social change increasingly drive the structure of education. Combined with a focus on inquiry and reflection, students in many progressive schools now shape their own learning,..
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