OUR HISTORY

 
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Celebrating ICS's legacy of loving and learning

 

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  • Beginnings

  • 1981

    Expatriate families began a cooperative to educate their children from a biblical worldview. The cooperative continued for 12 years, providing first grade to sixth grade education

  • 1990

    The cooperative and The Network of International Christian Schools met to discuss the feasibility of establishing a Christian school to provide kindergarten through twelfth grade education to the English-speaking, international, and Thai communities in Bangkok.

  • 1993

    International Community School (ICS) begins holding classe on Soi Prong Jai in the Sathorn area of Bangkok with 120 students.

    The school's ownership is transferred to the International Community School Education Foundation.

  • 1998

    ICS receives full accreditation from two US-based accrediting agencies: The Western Association of Schools and Colleges and The Association of Christian Schools International.

    The ICS community celebrates its first graduationg class with nine students.

  • 2002

    ICS separates from the Network of International Christian Schools in favor of local governancec by the ICS School Board.

    The ICS Educational Board, with the generous support of the families of ICS, purchase the 16.2 rai plot of land in Bangna.

  • 2003

    Construction begins on the ICS Bangna campus.

  • 2004

    The Bangna campus open with close to 500 students in four-year-old kindergarted through 12th grade.

  • 2007

    The original campus at Soi Pron Jai closes.

  • 2013

    Construction of the ICS Athletic and Recreation Center (ARC) is completed.

  • 2016

    ICS purchases 5 rai of land for an extra sports field.

  • 2018

    The ICS community celebrates 25 years of loving and learning with over 1,000 students from more than 22 nations.

  • TODAY

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