Regent's International School, Bangkok

Day and Boarding school for ages 2 – 18.


Student success stories

TISAC Athletics Success!

On Monday 20th, we took a team of 30 plus students to represent Regent’s at the TISAC Athletics competition. Full of anticipation and excitement after a very successful and enjoyable Sports Day, the students were focused and motivated for a good day of Athletics.

The day started strong, with Zak and Layla bringing home gold for the 800m event, showing outstanding pace throughout. The rest of the team followed suit, racking up an impressive medal haul including gold for Ashaank who stepped in last minute to throw the Javelin for the Senior boys team and the U13 boys relay team coming in first place.

The amazing team effort paid off, with U13’s and U15’s teams placing second and the Senior’s placing third. Not bad for a Senior team limited to 8 individuals in total! Overall, Regent’s came away with 30 medals, including 11 gold, 9 silver and 10 bronze.

An amazing performance, and what a fantastic day. Making their teachers and their school extremely proud!

TISAC Swimming Gala 2017

Senior swimmers had a very successful day of competition at the recent TISAC Swimming Gala at St Andrews 107. The students really enjoyed the atmosphere and swam exceptionally well across all of the events. Regent’s came away with 30 medals which ensured a 2nd place finish overall.

A fantastic effort – Well done Regent’s Senior swimmers!

Regent’s student claims 2nd place at International Skating competition.

Huge congratulations to Eve for winning the 2nd place at the International Figure Skating competition.

Our Year 9 student, Eve (Nitchisa Ritprakongchao) has been competing in 2017/ 2018 Asian Junior Figure Skating Challenge (AJFSC) which is an international figure skating competition series jointly hosted by the Chinese Skating Association (CHN), Hong Kong Skating Union (HKG) and Figure and Speed Skating Association of Thailand (THA) under the authorization of the Asian Skating Union during October 9 – 11 2017 in Hong Kong at Festival Walk Glacier.

In Eve’s opinion, Ice skating is a wonderful sport. In fact, she believes that many of us have experienced ice skating before and one of the most undeniable fears is the fear of falling. In every lesson she falls over and over to get the moves right. This teaches her to never give up, no matter how hard she falls, she just has to get up and continue.

One of the most challenging things for a figure skater are the competitions. A figure skater has to practice for months and months before the competition but anything can go wrong at the last minute because of the stress from the surroundings such as the audience and the judges.Therefore, mental stability is highly important in order to keep her focused during the competition.

In conclusion, she truly believes ice skating is a beautiful sport but it is not as easy as it looks. She has learned many valuable lessons from it in order to improve herself in the future.

Regent’s student claims 1st Place at the 2017 President’s Cup

Muay, a student in 11RW has recently achieved success in the 2017 President’s Cup. This is a prestigious annual equestrian event held in Pattaya. Despite competing against jockeys of all ages, Muay was able to claim an incredible 1st place in the dressage event and 3rd place in the show jumping event. Muay, who has been riding horses since the age of 6, enjoys pushing herself hard to do well in competitions.

Congratulations to our Year 9 student

Regent’s International School Bangkok would like to congratulate Ariya Laothitipong (Jija) a Year 9 student for winning first place at the Franz Liszt International Competition for Young Musicians at the University of Music, Weimar in Germany.
This is a highly prestigious competition attracting some of the most talented young musicians in the world. Jija’s amazing talent has now been recognised on the wold stage and this is a unique achievement in Thailand.
Jija won a music scholarship to Regent’s and performs regularly in school. She is a role model to other students and an example to her fellow young musicians.


Regent’s IB diploma class of 2017 celebrate success

Students from Regent’s School have been celebrating their International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma results for achieving an impressive average score.

We are exceedingly proud of our students’ performance and we wish them a successful future.


IBDP Achievement

Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Head Boy Adarsh and Head Girl Mint for both achieving an amazing IB Diploma score of 42 out of 45. This is 40% higher than the world average.  During their time at Regent’s both students were role models, contributing towards many school activities and fulfilling their role as young leaders.
We wish them and all our graduates the best for their future.



Music Scholar wins the first place at Yamaha Thailand Music Festival

One of our talented music scholars has outperformed the competition and taken home the first prize for playing the piano (under 15 category) at Yamaha Thailand Music Festival 2017. Congratulations to our music scholar Jija (Year 8).

Jija received a cash prize of 10,000 Baht and will soon receive the HRH Princess Patcharakittiyapa trophy. She has also passed the preliminary round for Kaufman International Youth Piano Competition and will be in New York, USA for the competition from 20 -27th June. We wish Jija all the best!

Jenny Ham – 2016 Overview

2016 was a year of achievements for our music scholar and talented golfer, Jenny Ham. While preparing for her IGCSE examinations she was also travelling around the world to compete in international golf tournaments. Here is an interview video of our Round Square coordinator Ms. Aina talking to Jenny about her wins and experiences.

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