Ruamrudee International School

RIS is a pre-school through grade 12 private, not-for-profit school located in Bangkok, Thailand. Founded by Redemptorist Fathers over 60 years ago, RIS fosters a “Union of Hearts” in which the spirit of family love and caring is emphasized, while students from all religious denominations are welcomed into its multi-faith community. RIS promises students a school life that is well-rounded, engaging, and interactive. Healthy competition and ambition are supported, while academic success is achieved with the guidance of dedicated faculty, 71% of whom possess a master’s degree or higher.

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A non-profit founder, CNN-featured public speaker, and Harvard pre-college student—at 16

An Interview with Irawadee (Bai-dteuy) Thawornbut by Elisia Brodeur I recently sat down to speak with new RIS student Irawadee Thawornbut, a junior in high school. A self-described social entrepreneur, Irawadee founded a company called Sandee For Good, which, as defined on her website, “curates nonprofits’ wishlists.” The site …

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RIS Student Wins National Science Fair

RIS’s Panuvat (Todd) Chutichetpong will represent Thailand at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) Congratulations to RIS Junior Panuvat (Todd) Chutichetpong, who recently competed in the Young Scientist Competition of Thailand. Competing against projects all over the country, Todd received first place for his Tuberculosis project. His hard …

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Asian Science Camp 2016

Asian Science Camp 2016 (ASC) was held August 21–27 in Bengaluru, India. Delegates from 46 countries united to present and exchange ideas in science. The Promotion for Academic Olympiad of Science—under the patronage of her majesty Princess Galyani (POSN), along with the Ministry of Science and Technology of Thailand—organized a …

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