33/3 Moo 1,
Chonburi 20150, Thailand
+66 (0) 38 418777
+66 (0) 38 418778
The Regent’s School, Pattaya, provides a secure and nurturing co-educational day and boarding environment. Each student is challenged to develop the skills and values necessary to become responsible, positive contributors to society. The school is a member of Round Square, an organisation whose IDEALS underpin all aspects of school life. These are: Internationalism, Democracy, Environmental awareness, Adventure, Leadership and Service to others.
The aim of The Regent’s School, Pattaya, is to provide an academic, social, moral, physical and spiritual environment that provides international students with the best possible atmosphere for learning, in order to help develop the skills they need to become productive and well-rounded citizens of the world. In such an undertaking, The Regent’s School, Pattaya, is committed to the idea of quality education by providing students and parents with an outstanding learning centre and professional teachers who will assist in all aspects of the students’ education.
It is essential that the school should provide an excellent academic education so that each student is able to achieve the highest level of which he or she is capable. It is expected that The Regent’s School's students will go on to further courses of learning at universities or other institutions. To this end, the school offers career guidance and information to all senior students.
At the same time, students need to develop good personal and social values which lead to maturity, self-discipline, self-evaluation and the acceptance of responsibility for themselves and for others. To help them achieve this, The Regent’s School, Pattaya, provides a strong programme of challenges and activities outside the classroom, by which means leadership and service to others, as well as personal initiative, are encouraged. Part of this extra-curricular education is achieved through sport and physical fitness, which encourages physical and mental health, teamwork and co-operation; there are also numerous activities linked to both Round Square and the Arts.
All of this is important as we achieve our goal of creating the spirit of understanding, respect and goodwill among young people of different races, creeds and cultures who will become the leaders in the international world of the future.
All pupils concentrate on learning the correct forms of written and spoken English and develop the confidence necessary to make the maximum use of their skills. They learn to develop their personal talents, especially in the area of creativity, music and art, aesthetic and imaginative awareness. Students must be well disciplined and self-disciplined. Therefore they must respect their own culture and the cultures of others. In addition they must respect the school environment. Our young people must discover their spiritual strengths and capacities. In all things, the objective of the school is to maximise the effectiveness of the potential which exists in every person.
The Regent’s School, Pattaya, is two hours out of Bangkok on the Eastern Seaboard of Thailand. Founded in 1995, the school has now grown to 1000 students aged 2 to 18. It follows the English National Curriculum with the IB Diploma at post 16. Part of the success of the school comes from its holistic vision of education, inspiring students to connect with their communities and make a difference.
The Regent’s School has received widespread interest from overseas parents, in particular prominent businessmen, cabinet ministers, politicians and diplomats, as well as Bhutanese royalty. Out of the 210 students who board at The Regent’s Schools in Pattaya and Bangkok, 80 of these come from European countries, in particular Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Armenia and Germany. There are also boarders from countries nearer afield, such as Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Bhutan and Nauru.
An important reason why parents from overseas, including royalty, send their children to study at The Regent’s Schools in Thailand, is the fact that every year, a large number of graduates go on to further study in prestigious universities worldwide, such as Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College London in England and Stanford California, UC Berkley and Wharton in the States.