Tuesday, 21 May 2019

ES Religion: Recollection Day

–By Sariya (Ahya) Angeles-Ahmed, Grade 4-3– On Saturday, January 19, most of the students from the grades 3–5 Religion classes of Sr. Gladys gathered together at school for a recollection. Recollection Day is about bringing the Religion students to work together, to learn more about God, and be reminded about...
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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

National Honor Society: Service and Community

–By Christy Jefrin James Chandrajith– The National Honor Society is an international organization that recognizes and encourages outstanding high school students who demonstrate excellence within the four pillars of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The RIS chapter of the Society has long since branched off into several committees that coordinate...
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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Service Learning @ RIS

–By Ms.Shirley Gamble, Service Learning Coordinator– This year we were very successful with integrating the school’s Principles of Phoenix of Heads, Hands, and Heart to show how we use our knowledge to become collaborative and resourceful students who help others in need.
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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Three Reasons Why Students Should Take the “AP English Language and Composition” Class

–By Thanakorn Pun Rojanasasitornwong– Are you considering challenging yourself with a rigorous AP language course? Or is your child interested in taking an AP course? If so, you have come to the right place. While AP classes can seem intimidating and challenging for many students, it is worth looking beyond...
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Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Alumni Five on Thailand Tatler's Generation T List 2018

Thailand Tatler has been the nation’s leading lifestyle magazine since its inception in 1991, presenting an ever-engaging editorial mix of high-society profiles, glamorous events, lavish fashion shoots and luxury lifestyle trends. The magazine recently unveiled its latest Generation T list highlighting fifty of Thailand’s brightest entrepreneurs, and to be featured in Tatler’s pages...
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Monday, 13 May 2019

Lending a Helping Hand to Baan Nok Kamin in Uthai Thani

–By Ms. Shirley Gamble– RIS has been working with Baan Nok Kamin Foundation in Bangkok for several years now to help support the children there with the cost of school tuition, including education materials. Baan Nok Kamin is a private, nonprofit organization that helps and cares for orphans, street/homeless children...
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Monday, 13 May 2019

MS Skating Champ!

–By Elisia Brodeur– Sixth-grader Nichanya Sudprasert (Minnie) recently competed and medaled in some renowned international skating competitions. At Skate Japan 2018, held at the Saitama Ice Arena in Japan, she won a gold medal for her Solo Program Freestyle 3 performance and a silver medal for her Open Freestyle program.
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Monday, 13 May 2019

Ruamrudee International School Early Years Campus: Memorandum Of Understanding Signing Ceremony

–By Sudarat T. Attanawin, Director of Strategic Initiatives/HR– On January 15, 2019, RIS School Director Fr. Apisit Kritsaralam signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Khun Jetana Kitcharoen and Khun Patcharamat Warachit, the CEOs of Brain Education Service, Company Ltd. The MoU formalizes their academic partnership and provides a framework...
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Monday, 13 May 2019

U11 Girls Soccer—Embodying the Spirit of the Phoenix

–By Shasta Miller– The RIS U11 Girls Soccer team this year had 15 players and three coaches (myself, Linda, and Golf). The girls had a great season and played well, both at home and when they traveled to play against other schools such as NIST, ASB, Shrewsbury, and ICS.
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