About Brighton College International School Bangkok (BCB)
Brighton College International School Bangkok is run in close partnership with Brighton College, the UK’s Independent School of the Year 2019, and we aspire to become the leading school in Thailand. Our skilled teachers, broad British curriculum and culture of kindness offer the perfect environment for pupils to discover a passion for learning and to reach the world’s best universities.
40% of Brighton College International School Bangkok pupils have a foreign nationality, creating a truly unique international atmosphere.
Brighton College International School inspires academic excellence for children aged 2-18, with a culture of kindness, confidence and curiosity.
How would you rate Brighton College International School Bangkok (BCB)?
Tom, 04/10/2019 @ 06:35:15
Music & Arts
An impressive school with fantastic facilities. Teachers are excellent, lots of opportunities to try new things - my kids couldn't be happier.
Oliver Finkeldey, 04/10/2019 @ 05:19:30
Music & Arts
Moveed my daughter from Regents Bangkok to Brighton. Facilities and teachers are great, the entire school is in any aspect more professional than Regents. Well organised, informative, not just talk but actually do what they say. My daughter feels very very happy there
The school is having an excellent facility. In term of the academic, the school has focused on individual’s strength which I like this most. Sports and activities are also one of the focus that helps to build kids’ confident. Overall, I’m happy with the school.
I recently visited Brighton College, as my three grandsons are pupils there. I was really impressed by the facilities, the teaching staff and the all round happy atmosphere of the place. I left feeling that the boys were getting the very best education possible and I know that they’re enjoying being there too. Well done BC!
I had a tour of BCB recently as my three nephews started there and was blown away by the resources and amenities that were available. A far cry from what they’d be experiencing if they were still in the UK.
I had a tour of BCB recently as my three nephews started there and was blown away by the resources and amenities that were available. A far cry from what they’d be experiencing if they were still in the UK