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Thai-Chinese International School Review

The Thai-Chinese International School is a tri-lingual, all-through school that offers a US-style education to mainly Taiwanese expats living in Bangkok.
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School type
International
School phase
All through
Inspection rating
No rating
Curricula taught
Availability 2021/22
No data
Availability 2022/23
No data
Annual fee average
THB 461,000
Annual fees
THB 324,278–511,339
Price band help
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Status
Open
Opening year
1995
School year
Aug to Jul
Principal
John J. McGrath
Main teacher nationality
United States of America
Main student nationality
Taiwan
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Thai-Chinese International School
School type
International
School phase
All through
Inspection rating
No rating
Curricula taught
Availability 2021/22
No data
Availability 2022/23
No data
Annual fee average
THB 461,000
Annual fees
THB 324,278–511,339
Price band help
Premium
Status
Open
Opening year
1995
School year
Aug to Jul
Principal
John J. McGrath
Main teacher nationality
United States of America
Main student nationality
Taiwan
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The Thai-Chinese International School is a tri-lingual, all-through school that offers a US-style education to mainly Taiwanese expats living in Bangkok.

The Thai-Chinese International School is a non-profit school in the Samut Prakan province of Bangkok. Founded in 1995 for the Taiwanese community, the school remains largely popular with families from Taiwan. There’s a student body of around 750, and teachers are largely recruited from the US and Canada.

The Thai-Chinese International School offers a Kindergarten to Grade 12 curriculum that is based on an American college-prep curriculum, and this includes Advanced Placement (AP) courses. All teaching is in English, and students are required to take mandatory Mandarin and Thai language classes. Students can also study Korean, Japanese, and Spanish.

The school has a 1:1 laptop programme from Grade 5, a wide range of creative arts and sports activities, various leadership positions, and an annual calendar of field trips.

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