Nord Anglia Education
St Andrews Bangkok
31 May, 2022

High School: Graduation 2022

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Graduation Dinner was a lovely celebration of the end of the Class of 2022’s St Andrews’ journey. 

It was great to be able to celebrate with the whole Year Group, and their parents, families, friends and teachers, after the more boutique celebrations of last week’s six Graduation Ceremonies.

It was also lovely to see so many Alumni, both at the Graduation Ceremonies and at last night’s Dinner. Any Alumni are very welcome to join us at Alumni Meet & Greet. See the details below:


University Update

As each student graduated in last week’s Ceremonies, Ms Alyssa and Mr Rob, our Careers and Higher Education Counsellors shared their current plans for next year. For most students, these plans are to attend universities around the world.

The graphic below shows the current list of 176 universities who have offered places to students in the Class of 2022. You can see a higher definition copy of this within the following link: Class of 2022 University Offers.

This week we would also like to congratulate Aisha for her Business related offers from a number of UK universities.

“I plan to study Business Management at university. As I learned through my academic experiences, scarcity of resources poses a grave threat to the planet's sustainability. We must replace the linear model with a circular economy, and I hope to contribute to this shared effort to achieve sustainable growth by studying Business.”

United Kingdom 

  • University of Bath - Management

  • City, University of London - Business, Digital & Entrepreneurship

  • The University of Warwick - Global Sustainable Development and Business Studies

  • University of Westminster - Business Management (Digital Business)

Aisha plans to accept her offer from the University of Bath. 

Asian Science Camp

Congratulations to Emme (Year 12) on being selected to represent Thailand at this year’s Asian Science Camp, being held in Korea, where she will get to meet a number of Nobel laureates and other scientists from all over the world.

Selection was by a very rigorous process, with 40 students selected, via an essay competition, to attend a series of plenary sessions. At these sessions, students learnt about two topics - COVID and cosmic rays - before preparing a poster that they presented the following day, answering questions from an audience of other students and university professors. As you can see, Emme’s poster focused on what cosmic rays reveal about the chemistry of the universe.

Only 5 students, including Emme, were then selected to represent Thailand in Korea.

High School Calendar

Please remember that all the school's live Google Calendars can be seen via Moodle


Mr Roo
Head of High School