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Bilingual Schools In Bangkok?


CarlBkk

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It's time to take my son out of his 70,000 baht little international school soon and look for a bilingual school considerably less expensive. He's 3 years old. Can anyone recommend such a school? He's half Thai half English so a 50/50 language slit or thereabouts is fine. We live close to an MRT station at Asoke so central Bangkok is what we're looking for.

One well-known school in Rangsit has got my wife's attention, but it's one hel_l of a drive each day.

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I know a pretty good one where are my kids but it's not in your area (Viapawadi, Lardprao, Rachadapisek), well by undergrond, it's only a few station.

Name is Yamsaad

http://yamsaard.ac.th/

THE point is that it's not that cheap. The 70,000 THB you pay now (/year, I presume) is very reasonable.

At Yamsaad, Thai section is less than that but bilingual is a little bit more than 70,000 THB / year.

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It's time to take my son out of his 70,000 baht little international school soon and look for a bilingual school considerably less expensive. He's 3 years old. Can anyone recommend such a school? He's half Thai half English so a 50/50 language slit or thereabouts is fine. We live close to an MRT station at Asoke so central Bangkok is what we're looking for.

One well-known school in Rangsit has got my wife's attention, but it's one hel_l of a drive each day.

70K a year or a term? 70K a year is quite cheap even for a bilingual school. Sarasas Ektra in Yannawa is a bilingual school at about 70K a year. Kids from the Sukhumvit area can be picked up in a school van and taken home. I don't know what the cost of the van pickup is.

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If English Native Speaking teachers are living, it's not an international nor a bilingual school. It's nothing.

70k THB / term for international is VERY cheap.

70k THB / term for bilingual it's nearly normal, first of all in your area

Do not expect bilingual school for nearly free.

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It's time to take my son out of his 70,000 baht little international school soon and look for a bilingual school considerably less expensive. He's 3 years old. Can anyone recommend such a school? He's half Thai half English so a 50/50 language slit or thereabouts is fine. We live close to an MRT station at Asoke so central Bangkok is what we're looking for.

One well-known school in Rangsit has got my wife's attention, but it's one hel_l of a drive each day.

What about Anglo Singapore International, it's on Sukhumvit 31. It's a small school, but growing bigger all of the time. The boy would have to learn Chinese as well.

p.m. me if you'd like more information or google them, they have a website.

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