• A UNIQUE APPROACH

    We combine Highest Quality Learning with the commitment to nurturing in each student a sense of social awareness and responsibility.

  • SUCCESS AND ASPIRATIONS

    We support students to achieve their goals through an exceptional range of learning opportunities.

  • OUTSTANDING CARE AND EXPERTISE

    Our dedicated teachers combine exceptional classroom experiences with warmth and respect.

    Sports teacher | Regents International School Pattaya

  • EDUCATION BEYOND THE ORDINARY

    Our students are encouraged to learn through challenge and risk-taking.

  • A WARM WELCOME

    Regents is a school where everyone can feel at home.

    Primary students | Regents International School Pattaya

  • CONNECT WITH US

    We invite you to be right at the heart of our community

    Students in the IT department | Regents International School Pattaya

  • GET IN TOUCH

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    Kindergarten students | Regents International School Pattaya

What Makes Our School Special?

Located on the Eastern Seaboard of Thailand, Regents International School Pattaya is the only school to deliver the highest quality learning combined with unique global opportunities for its students.

News & Events

Quick-look Calendar

Oct 14 (all day)

Boarding houses closed 4pm

Oct 15 (all day)

Half-term break

Oct 23 (all day)

Chulalongkorn Day

Oct 30 (all day)

Boarding houses open 4pm

Oct 31 (all day)

2nd half of term 1 starts

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KathrynAndersen

Juilliard Collaboration Continues

It is with the greatest pleasure that we welcome back Kathryn Andersen to Regents International School Pattaya for the start of the second year of her visits as part of the unique Juilliard-Nord Anglia Performing Arts Programme. Kathryn is a violinist from Pittsfield, Massachusetts. She received her Master of Music degree from The Juilliard School and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University. She studied with Ronald Copes, Peter Zazofsky, and James Buswell.

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ReefClean2016

Staff and Students Support Reef Clean

It was great to see a mixed group of primary and secondary students, parents and teachers work alongside our friends from Mermaids on the International Schools' Reef Clean 2016.

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Brass Music

Talented Teacher Shows his Mettle

Regents International School Pattaya's exceptionally skilled brass teacher, Mr Clarence Mansell demonstrated his musical talent to Year 7 students by not only playing each brass instrument in the Music Department, but playing a tune on a tube, a funnel and a kettle. Needless to say, the students were amazed!

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Once

Coming Soon...Once

Do you believe in the magic of storytelling? Regents International School Pattaya is proud to introduce this year's Secondary School production, currently being devised by Years 7 to 12. Based on Philip Pullman’s 'Grimm Tales' and inspired by the music of the 1920s – 'Once' is a show to entertain, sparkle and teach you about love, friendship and gratitude. A show for all the family to enjoy.

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Marathon Challenge 2016

Regents Marathon Challenge

Inspired by the 2016 Olympics, our primary school children undertook a Marathon Challenge last week. The challenge? To run as far as they could within a specified time. Each year group/ house aimed to run a marathon 42km, which was a combined total of 105 laps.

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Primary and Secondary Link up for Food Science!

This week, the Secondary Science Department worked closely with the Year 3 teachers to set up some exciting food experiments. The children have been learning all about different food groups and what they do to help us stay healthy.

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Horoscope Theme for IGCSE Art Coursework

Year 11 student, Laura Martinelli is delighted with her Tiger print, the end result of many hours of cutting stencils.

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Why Pokemon Go Points the Way for Educators

Regents International School, Pattaya continues to reap the benfits of belongng to the Nord Anglia family of international schools. In this article, Nord Anglia Education's CEO, Andrew Fitzmaurice, explains the benefits of outdoor education. The article was just published in the Huffington Post.