We now offer boarding facilities to all students in Grades 7 – 12 in cooperation with our partner school RIS (Ruamrudee International School)
RIS Swiss Section – Deutschsprachige Schule Bangkok allows students from Bangkok, Thailand, other parts of Asia, or any other country to live and study on our Bangkok campus and continue or finish their academic program in the secondary and high school to qualify for the international school-leaving certificate – the Swiss Bilingual Matura – after Grade 12 or the German Realschulabschluss (Grade 10) and Hauptschulabschluss (Grade 9).
We believe that students will have a huge benefit from learning and living in an atmosphere of trust and confidence that encourages them to experience important values, to interact with other nationalities, cultures and religions, and to make new friends.
Parents who do not reside in the vicinity of Bangkok can accommodate their children in a comfortable, safe environment in one of the most interesting and inspirational cities in the world which has the capacity to enrich the lives of our boarding students forever. The stimulating learning environment created through working in small classes in an international context is another important reason for studying and living in Bangkok.
The campus and the boarding facilities called “the Residence” are located away from the crowded inner-city in a quiet and green environment but still very close to parts of Bangkok which are full of life and furthermore, it takes only around twenty minutes to reach the international airport.
“The Residence” provides apartment-like living spaces with private amenities. A well-equipped and comfortable study hall allows students the opportunity to complete their school work in a quiet environment with assistance from a teacher. Recreation and activities, on and off campus, are included as well as the opportunity to participate in athletics, performing arts and extracurricular activities afterschool and on weekends. The Residence is available for students who would like to board during the school week (5 days) or those who wish to stay through the weekends (7 days).