Celebrating diversity each and every day with students from 40+ nationalitiesDiscover more
ROOM TO LEARN
At Sukhumvit 107 we are committed to recruiting highly experienced and qualified teachers.Discover more
ROOM TO GROW
Set in a vibrant and green campus, St. Andrews International School, Sukhumvit 107 is easily accessible at the foot of Bearing BTS.Discover more
ROOM TO PERFORM
Full scale musical productions take place in our 200-seat professional theatre with professional lighting and sound equipment.Discover more
ROOM TO COMPETE
Competitive sports are developed further with our all-weather sports field.Discover more
St. Andrews International School, Sukhumvit 107 is a world-class school for 2-18 year olds, focused on meeting your child's individual needs. Set within a vibrant and green suburban campus that is easily accessible from the city, with the schools entrance at the foot of the Bearing BTS station. Our school community is diverse in nature with students, parents and teachers coming from over 30 different nationalities.
The property sits on expansive grounds, which makes it suitable for a wide variety of outdoor activities and sports. Our 25m swimming pool allows each child to develop and strengthen their water skills. The multi-purpose, all-weather covered gymnasium ensures the sports programme is not hampered by the occasional tropical downpour.
St. Andrews International Schools in Thailand are part of Cognita, a global school network of over 60 schools in seven countries. Providing excellent teaching and supporting every child to achieve their potential are the cornerstones of a Cognita education.
We arrived in BKK late on a Tuesday night from the UK. The following day we attended St. Andrews for a tour and uniform fitting. On the Thursday morning, Marly started school.
By choosing St. Andrews we feel that we are giving Marly the best start to his education, he is rapidly becoming a well-rounded, polite (but still a little bit cheeky) happy little boy. Since those first few days Marly has enjoyed every day at St. Andrews. Marly has made many friends from all over the world. He once said to us “I wish there weren’t weekends so I could go to school every day" he would never have said this in the UK.
We both feel we have not just chosen a "good school" but chosen a "great school".
Nick & Tracy Cross, Marly Cross year 2