RIS School Swiss Section

RIS School Swiss Section is the only school in Asia offering all school levels from pre-Kindergarten to the Swiss Matura. With the bilingual Matura (German and English) our students will get access to Swiss and many other universities around the world without having to take any other exams.

They also a certified German international school (“Exzellente deutsche Auslandsschule”). Therefore, apart from Matura, students can also graduate after 9th grade (“Hauptschulabschluss”) and after 10th grade (“Realschulabschluss”).

Children as young as 2 years old can enjoy a playful and holistic approach to learning and to the German language. In kindergarten and primary school students have the choice of putting the focus of their education on German or English. The curricula of both profiles are based on the guidelines of our sponsor Canton Lucerne and the Federal State of Thuringia and lead to the bilingual secondary education level.

They impart solid European education in a cross-cultural, respectful and homely environment where the cultivation of the German language plays an important role. Committed to the educational values of our home countries. The school employs modern, student-centered teaching methods. Therefore, students are in a position to develop their potential to the fullest. Small class sizes enable our teachers to take care of each child individually. In order to ensure a continued high quality of education and excellent teachers the school is regularly evaluated by the German and Swiss educational authorities.In the German-speaking classes our teachers are mostly from Germany or Switzerland whereas in our English-speaking classes the majority of the teachers are native English speakers.

RIS Swiss Section – Deutschsprachige Schule Bangkok is located on the campus of our partner school RIS (Ruamrudee International School), a peaceful oasis in a safe neighborhood, the ideal environment for everybody who loves to study together and learn from each other in a way that goes far beyond traditional classroom training.

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