About

School Description

The International School Eastern Seaboard, (ISE) was established in 1993 as an international, independent, English language, coeducation day school serving the expatriate community of Chonburi, Thailand. We offer an American-style curriculum resulting in a U.S. High School Diploma, as well as the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) in grades 11 and 12. ISE Serves families from 21 different countries. Parents of ISE students are primarily professionals employed in the manufacturing industry located on the Eastern Seaboard are of Thailand.

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ISE Facilities

ISE's excellent facilities include our new Fine Arts Center, Innovation/Design Labs, a full range of sports facilities, as well as school centers for Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle School and High School. The Class of 2018 will be the 25th graduating class in the 25-year history of the school.

ISE offers a challenging curriculum providing students with a solid foundation for transferring to international schools in other countries, returning to schools in their home countries, or continuing their studies at any university around the world.

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ISE is accredited by

WASC - Western Association of Schools and Colleges (Accredited)
IB- International Baccalaureate/Diploma Programme (Authorized)
ONESQA - Office for National Education Standards and Quality
EARCOS - East Asian Regional Council of Schools (Membership)
MRISA - Mekong River International Schools Association
ISAT - International School Association of Thailand

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Student Body

ISE prides itself on being a school that supports a student-centered approach to learning by optimal student to teacher ratios in small classes. Our students clearly get the individualized attention they deserve in each classroom. ISE has an international student body, with students representing over 21 nationalities, with the largest representation coming from Japan, Korea, Thailand, USA, Canada, Australia and Europe. ISE encourages a diverse cultural landscape based on universal respect.

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