The Regent's International School, Bangkok (formally known as The Regent's School, Bangkok) is a British International School which offers British and international education to students aged 2 up to 18 (Nursery to Year 13). Most of the students are day students but 10% of the student population makes up the boarding community as it is also a boarding school. The school itself is situated in the capital city of Thailand near Rama 9 with the boarding house situated close by. It has a sister campus in the UK known as The Regent's School, UK, at Riddles worth Hall School.
The Regent’s International School, Bangkok was established in 2000, by Dr. Virachai Techavijit after he founded The Regent's School, Pattaya 5 years before. The school The UK Campus is the result of equity participation by Dr. Virachai. Both schools have boarding facilities.
The school is accredited internationally by CIS, and nationally by ONESQA.
Of the students currently enrolled, there are over 50 nationalities. Last majority of teachers and boarding staff are British. There are also Australian, New Zealand, Canadian and American staff. All are first language English speakers except for Thai, Mandarin, Spanish and French language teachers.
The Regent’s School’s study programme is based on the English National Curriculum, leading to IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education.) Then the International Baccalaureate Diploma in the sixth form. The Regent’s is an official test centre for CIE (Cambridge International Examinations) and for Edexcel.