Welcome from the Principal
Welcome to Garden International School, Eastern Seaboard, Ban Chang.
Welcome to Garden International School, Eastern Seaboard, Ban Chang where we aim to provide an adventure for young minds and a home for their hearts. In a family-friendly setting, we nurture your child’s passions and interests, help them to develop as caring and compassionate individuals, and prepare them to take on leadership roles in their chosen fields.
Garden International School is a co-educational school of around 480 students, and we have around 40 nationalities represented in our truly international community.
We welcome students from the age of two into our Early Years programme, and follow a British style curriculum up to age 16 when our students sit the Cambridge International General Certificate of Education examinations (IGCSEs). For the final two years of their education at GIS, our oldest students, aged 16 – 18, undertake the prestigious International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).
Our teachers are highly qualified and experienced, and year after year, our examination results at both IGCSE and IBDP far exceed international averages. Our students go on to study at some of the best universities around the World.
GIS is the only school on the Eastern Seaboard to have been fully accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS). We are also accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO), Cambridge Assessment International Education and the Thai Ministry of Education (ONESQA). We are affiliated to the International Schools Association of Thailand (ISAT) and the Department for Education in the United Kingdom. We are also a founder member of the Federation of British International Schools in Asia (FOBISIA).
It is indeed ‘your choice’ about ‘their future’, and we very much look forward to welcoming you into ‘our family’.
Mrs Dinah Hawtree
To be the international school of choice for families on Thailand's Eastern Seaboard.
Enabling our students to achieve their full potential and empowering them to become active and responsible members of society.