Krabi International School Ao Luk
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Ao Luk, Thailand 

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4.0 from 5 reviews
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Krabi International School delivers the Cambridge and English National Curriculum to Primary and Secondary students from 5 to 18 years old. We feel that education is more than simply teaching children facts, it is about nurturing and moulding young minds and ultimately producing a spark that leads to a lifelong desire to better themselves. Our vision is to foster a school that is strong in the sciences, technology and the environment and to produce adults that use these skills to better the future of everyone from the local community, to the country and the planet! Krabi is Thailand’s Green International School and in the near future we aim to be completely self-sufficient.





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sian minwang, 4 months ago

I cannot say enough to praise this school. My son is thriving at this school having attending now for 3 years. The schiol is constantly improving with a new science block now open. Well done Krabi International!


GBE OSD, 3 years ago

A great new purpose built school in Krabi, which is also a Cambridge International School the only one in south Thailand.


Chris InTh, 3 years ago

Without dubt the best pace for a decent education in Krabi, fees are higher than other loal schools, bit are a fraction of the cost of Phuket, Bangkok or Chiang Mai equivalents.


Martin lalala, a year ago

This is a good school. The school has been growing since it was built. Good luck, KIS


Andrea Siemelink, 2 years ago

While this school has wonderful teachers who seem to genuinely try to make a difference, this would get LESS than 1 star for management alone. I highly recommend that anyone who values their children's education look elsewhere as they cut corners and deprive the classroom of essentials in order to avoid actually investing any money into education. I find it laughable that management would deep classroom expenses as surplus in an institution of LEARNING. Don't let your child's education suffer because someone is feeding their savings account.

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