The ’21–’22 school year begins August 16. Read an update from the Head of School here.
Ruamrudee International School (RIS) welcomes students from around the world who meet our admissions requirements. We are committed to ensuring cultural diversity and to welcoming all children, regardless of ethnicity or religion.
We understand that choosing the right school is an incredibly important decision for any parent. Our admissions process is designed so that you, as parents of prospective students, can determine if we are the right school to help your child reach his or her full potential.
We would love to invite you to visit our expansive campus and experience, first-hand, our outstanding community of learners and educators! For more admissions information, please be sure to visit: rism.openapply.com
PRE-K 2 TO GRADE 1
(AGE BY AUGUST 31 OF ENROLLMENT YEAR)
Pay the application fee of 5,000 baht (non-refundable)
(Please note: Submitting an application does not guarantee placement.)
Submit school report cards from the last three academic years in English or with an official English translation
Records must be official High School transcripts or official English translation signed by the school
Submit Baptismal Certificate
A copy of the student’s passport showing non-immigrant visa status
Copies of both parents’ passports with non-immigrant visa status (if applicable)
Student’s birth certificate
Copies of both parents’ and student’s Thai Household Registration
Copies of both parents’ and student’s Thai passports or Identification Cards
Individual Educational Plan (IEPs)
Psychological and/or educational evaluations
All applicants will have a developmental observation session with the RIS Early Years Campus administrators. One or both parents must be present for this session. A parent interview will also be held.
All applicants will have a developmental screening session with the School Psychologist. One or both parents must be present for this session. (RIS Early Years Campus sessions are conducted with their campus administrators.)
All applicants will have a screening session with the School Psychologist to assess their readiness skills. Grade 1 applicants will also need to take the Kindergarten WIDA-ACCESS Placement Test (Kindergarten W-APT) with an ELD teacher to determine whether ELD support is needed. At least one parent should be present. (RIS Early Years Campus sessions are conducted with their campus administrators.)
Mainstream students will take the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test in Reading and Mathematics, as well as a writing test. Students may not use calculators or dictionaries for these tests.
Students who have not been attending a school where English is the language of instruction (for a minimum of 3 years), will take the WIDA-SCREENER Placement Test, which is administered by an ELD faculty member and covers listening, reading, speaking, and writing.
Our Learning Support (LS) program is designed to help all students develop the skills they need to access the general school curriculum. Learning Support students succeed in the regular classroom through close collaboration between learning support staff and classroom teachers. LS students who have not had a psychological test within the last 12 months will need to pass a psychological or educational evaluation administered by the School Psychologist.
A member of our Admissions team will arrange for you to meet the School Director (or a designate) who will review your child’s test results and grade-level placement. If your child is accepted, you will receive an acceptance letter, a registration package, an invoice, and other documents necessary for enrollment. Your child should not withdraw from his or her current school until enrollment at RIS has been confirmed. To complete enrollment at RIS, your child must complete the registration process and the school fees must be paid by the due date on the invoice.
Please note: When seats are limited, students may be placed on a waiting list. A place on the waiting list does not guarantee placement at RIS.