Regents International School Pattaya is a well-established school, which first opened its doors to students in 1994. Over the subsequent 20 years it has developed into one of the foremost international schools in South East Asia and is today a member of the world-wide family of Nord Anglia Education premium international schools.
The initial enrolment of just 40 students in 1994 quickly grew and within five years Regents International School Pattaya had developed from a day school to a boarding and day school with a student body of over 400. The school became a member of the Federation of British International Schools in South East Asia in 2000 and in 2001 was inaugurated into the Round Square organisation of worldwide schools. It has been authorised to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma since 2002.
Today, it is a school of some 1,200 students spread across the Early Primary (Kindergarten), Primary (Elementary) and Secondary (High School) ages. As student numbers have continued to grow, the school campus has been developed with the addition of a wide range of excellent academic, extra-curricular and boarding facilities.
Former Principal, Mike Walton, who was in post at Regents International School Pattaya from 2005, guided the school through its recent (August 2012) development into a Nord Anglia Education School, and the school has blossomed since then with Sarah Osborne-James now in place as the current School Principal. Membership of the Nord Anglia Education family of 56 premium international schools has ensured a most promising future for the school and, most importantly, its students.