The ’21–’22 school year begins August 16. Read an update from the Head of School here.
The Seelos Residence is a small on-campus boarding facility staffed by qualified teachers who have created a caring, inclusive, student- centered environment. Students who stay at Seelos become part of the boarding community—a version of “family away from home”—with an open-minded, diverse group of students and staff. Moving into a residential setting at any school can be exciting and unnerving, so each student who lives at Seelos is encouraged to get to know the other students, get involved in as many extracurricular activities as they can, and make their best effort to speak English at all times.
Students at Seelos receive daily academic support in the study hall as well as math and science tutors every week. While living on campus gives students more time for academics, it also allows them to become involved in the wide variety of dynamic extracurricular activities on offer at RIS. Seelos students have access to RIS facilities in their free time as well as to a range of organized outings around Bangkok on weekends. While the staff at Seelos promote and celebrate academic success, they also encourage and emphasize personal development, collaboration, and social responsibility.
“I am an Australian who was also a full-time boarder a long way from my home for six years. My two daughters were also weekly boarders at the school I attended. I come to Seelos with experience of being a boarder and being a parent of boarders. I’ve been working in a boarding department for over six years, so I also know the ups and downs of living away from home and will be sure to help all the boarders settle into boarding life here at RIS. I worked at a British boarding school here in Thailand before joining RIS for the past few years and love living in Bangkok. I have managed to travel quite a lot over the past two years and look forward to more travel in Asia.”
6:15 – 6:45 am
6:30 – 7:05
DEPART FOR SCHOOL *
2:45 – 3:00 pm
CHECK IN AT SEELOS *
2:45 - 4:45
4:45 – 5:45
6:00 – 6:30
7:00 – 9:30
STUDY HALL *
Tutors: Science on Tuesdays
Math on Wednesdays
Grade 7 to rooms
Grades 8 – 10 to rooms
Grades 11 – 12 to rooms
9:30 – 10:00
Students in rooms
For more information or to arrange a tour of The Residence @ Seelos Hall, please contact Ms. Patty Hughes, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone + 66 (0)2 791 8900 or +66 (0)61 847 0555.
RIS works in conjunction with MONTRI Transport Corporation to help families arrange safe and comfortable bus transportation between home and school. Their shuttle service is offered throughout Bangkok and surrounding areas, but is not guaranteed to cover all districts. Transportation costs and payments are managed directly through MONTRI.
All MONTRI bus drivers and monitors are required to participate in training programs in order to meet strict safety and reliability standards. The company prides itself on offering the highest level of school bus services by making sure that
– All vans and buses are inspected according to established procedures
– Seatbelts are installed on all buses
– All drivers undergo strict alcohol checks
– CCTV is installed to control speed limit and ensure that safety standards are met
– Insurance is provided for all student bus riders
Further details are available at the MONTRI Office, open Monday to Friday, 8:00 am–6:00 pm.
Call: 02 906 0160–5, 02 919 9901–2, 02 517 9203–5
MRT Orange Line (projected completion date: January 2021)
RIS students and families will soon have the option to travel to our school campus via the MRT. The new 22-kilometer section of the Orange Line will run from the Thailand Cultural Center to Suwinthawong Road, comprising a total of 17 stations. This new line will have a station at our street address (Ramkhamhaeng 184).
The 10 underground stations will be:
The 7 elevated stations will be:
Construction of the new MRT Orange Line has begun and is projected to be complete in January 2021. The new line is expected to be ready for service the same year.