Anglo Singapore International School Sukhumvit 64 Bangkok
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Bangkok, Thailand 

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Overall: (3.4 from 5 reviews)
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Ages:2 to 18 Primary Language:English
Curriculum:English, Singaporean Max Class Size:Unknown

Starting from a small school of only 4 students back in 2003, 15 years have gone by, and we have indeed grown exponentially. Today, Anglo Singapore International School is home to over 1,500 students across two campuses in Bangkok and one in Korat. Our school continues to succeed because of the commitment of our teachers, the trust of our parents, and the support of the management team. Together, we have a vision to nurture and inspire a diverse learning community.





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Lucia Lina, 4 months ago

If world class, international education is important to you, then this school is the right one for you. The high standard education shapes children's critical thinking and independent learning skills since the early years, presented in highly relevant problem-based learning. It does feel that Anglo is a tough school, or very academic, but the rigor shapes students' learning and studying habits and prepares them for higher education.


Kimmy Viray, 2 months ago

The school is committed to raise up a generation who are responsible global citizen of the world. I admire Anglo's dedication to provide the best education to their students!


Raymond Hill, 4 months ago

I have had a great experience at Anglo. The academic approach of the school teaches students the value of 'hard work' and instils a sense of pride in the way they go about overcoming challenges.


Tinnawit Mangkang, 4 months ago

One of their teachers here intimidated me and treated me like a bunch load of feces. He called me disrespectful and irresponsible, as if teachers aren’t responsible for the failures of their students but it’s their students who are 100% accountable for being uncomfortable learning with them. Teach your teachers how to treat their students in a less intimidating way not calling them stupid or other lame insults.


Eugenie Lee, 10 months ago

I used to go to this school but as a young girl all I remember is my childhood being stripped away from me. The teachers aren't that great. They don't really teach your children. All they do is briefly explain and for kids who learn differently, they don't help you. All they do is scold you for not doing things right. There also are bullies at this school and the school hasn't done much about it. Their food isn't great and I remember a kid vomiting due to what she ate. In conclusion this isn't a great school to go to and I certainly don't recommend going here unless you want your children growing up miserably. I've moved to another school now and I'm certainly happier here.

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