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The Senior School at Shrewsbury International School Bangkok Riverside offers an inspirational, ambitious British curriculum education to boys and girls aged 11-18 years.

The broad and engaging curriculum offered in Key Stage 3 (ages 11-14) allows students to develop a grounding in a wide range of subjects, before they make increasingly specialised subject choices in Key Stage 4 (GCSE) and Key Stage 5 (A level). 

Shrewsbury students achieve consistently class-leading results in these internationally recognised examination qualifications which in turn allow them to access the very best universities around the world, supported every step of the way by our award winning Higher Education team.

The rigorous academic curriculum is complemented by a rich and varied co-curricular programme that provides important opportunities for students to explore their interests outside the classroom. Shrewsbury has a strong reputation in sport, music and the creative and performing arts. Our school seeks to nurture in every student a sense of global citizenship and cultural awareness, and leadership skills alongside a commitment to service to others. 


Age Range 11-18 Years
Year Groups Year 7 to Year 13 (Key Stages 3,4,5)
Key Contact Mr. Robert Millar (Vice Principal, Head of Senior)

Our Approach

The Senior School is vibrant, exciting and challenging: a place for students to mature into responsible young adults as they learn together in a thriving international environment. We work closely with families to ensure that students have high academic aspirations, achieve success in public examinations and discover interests that stay with them for life. Our first class facilities and highly qualified staff enable students to explore their academic fascinations and to develop a lifelong love of learning.

Throughout their time in the Senior School, students enjoy outstanding opportunities to explore and develop their own interests, have access to the very latest learning resources, technology and facilities, and benefit from the experience and expertise of our truly exceptional teaching team.

A supportive network of pastoral and learning support specialists, Heads of Year and Form Tutors, with whom many students and parents form a particularly close bond, closely monitor progress both inside and out of the classroom, ensuring that the wellbeing and happiness and students in their care remains the school’s first priority.

Academic Programme

Students follow a broad and balanced programme of study that is based on the English National Curriculum and adapted for our multi-lingual, international context. Full details of the curriculum are available in the Curriculum Guides.

All students in Years 7 to 11 study English, Mathematics and Science (either combined or separate sciences), supplemented by a range of languages, humanities and creative and performance subjects.  As students move up through Senior School they focus upon subjects of their choice, preparing for the internationally recognised General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) courses in Years 10 and 11 and Advanced Level (A Level) in Years 12 and 13.

Students are encouraged and supported to take greater personal responsibility for their learning. Collaboration, group work and individual assignments are all used to develop the students’ skills, knowledge and understanding through ever more independent approaches to learning and discovery.

Developing Personal Skills

We are proud to enable our students to develop the skills and attitudes to be lifelong learners: to think independently, to challenge and discuss rather than be treated as empty vessels to be filled with facts.  We ensure that they have high academic aspirations and achieve success in public examinations but more importantly to develop a lifelong love of learning.

Our team of dedicated Higher Education advisors supports students throughout their applications to the world’s leading universities and to prepare them for careers in industries that have yet to be invented.  This requires our curriculum to be flexible and to focus upon the higher order skills of collaboration, communication and creative problem solving.
This education for life extends well beyond the traditional classroom: through the “You Time!”after-school activities programme, House System, International Award, and a carefully constructed “Learning for Life” programme, we encourage our students to develop leadership skills and become compassionate and responsible members of the community, willing to question while retaining respect for traditional values.  We challenge them to take calculated risks, to develop their sense of adventure, to explore new interests and to understand the place that these have in a balanced and healthy approach to life.

We are proud to teach our students to learn, to think independently, to challenge and discuss rather than be treated as empty vessels to be filled with facts. Our success speaks for itself!

Mr Robert Millar
Vice Principal (Head of Senior)









neil cornforth

director of sixth form   


greg threlfall

associate director of sixth form

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if the heart is right, all will be well shrewsbury school motto

OUR graduates SAY...

Shrewsbury has instilled so many important values in me; confidence, teamwork, humility and leadership to name a few. It also made me realise that hard work beats talent.Robbie - class of 2018





“My teachers were amazing. From the start of the year they were always available to give me extra help whenever I wanted. There was no way that I thought I could achieve these grades, but with their help, I learned to apply myself. gEORGE, Y12 STUDENT


Making their contribution to an incredible history of examination success at Shrewsbury International School, our GCSE, IGCSE and A-level students achieved another set of outstanding results in 2019.

In another year of incredible achievements across the board, the highlights included:

  • iGCSE: 70% A*/A, 98% A-C
  • iGCSE: 7+ A* grades for nearly 1 in 3 students
  • A Level: 65% A*/A
  • A Level: A* grades 4.5x UK average
  • Top 8% of schools worldwide for grade value added

Thought Leaders, Team Leaders, All round Performers


A level results 2019

Grade % cumulative
A* 33.5% 33.5%
A 31.5% 64.6%
B 17.5% 82.1%
C 11.1% 93.2%
D 4.2% 97.6%
Other 2.4% 100%

IGCSE Results 2019

Grade % cumulative
A*/ 8 or 9 41.3% 41.3%
A / 7 28.5% 69.8%
C / 4 27.9% 97.7%
Other 2.3% 100%

These results are calculated from a combination of both the lettered and numbered grading system employed for different GCSE examination subjects, whereby 8/9 is equivalent to an A*, and 4 is equivalent to a C grade. 



School fees and initial charges are reviewed annually. School fees and initial charges for the next academic year are published in Term 3 (June). Fees and charges for the 2019-20 academic year are as follows:


In addition to the ongoing fee payments for current students, the School applies the following initial charges during the application process and prior to any successful applicant starting their first term at Shrewsbury:

Application Fee: An application fee of THB 5,000 per child is payable upon submitting the application form. The application fee is not refundable.

Guaranteed Place Fee: Once a place is offered, parents must complete and return the Acceptance Form along with a Guaranteed Place Fee of THB 225,000 per child in order for the child's place to be secured. The Guaranteed Place Fee, which is non-refundable, includes a one-off payment of THB 30,000 for life membership of Shrewsbury International School Bangkok Alumni Association (SISBAA).

Refundable Deposit: A one-off Refundable Deposit of THB 200,000 is payable for the first child (or THB 150,000 for each subsequent child after child 1) and will be invoiced together with the Tuition fees prior to the student’s first term. Where a child completes Year 6 at City Campus and then transfers to Year 7 at Riverside, the refundable deposit will be transferred to Riverside. The conditions of refund are as follows:

  • upon the student's graduation (completion of Year 13 at Riverside) from the school; or
  • when advanced written notice is received at least 60 school days before the child leaves; or
  • when the school requires the applicant's departure for reasons other than disciplinary

Prior to being enrolled at Shrewsbury, families must submit all of the above charges, plus any outstanding documents and school fees that are due for the first term (or remaining part thereof), as listed below.


The current fee structure is provided in the table below.

The fees include: all tuition, lunch, morning and afternoon snacks, all books and use of the library. Many after-school activities programmes are provided free of charge.

The fees do not include: purchase of school uniform and kit, personal equipment or IT devices, individual music tuition, external examination charges, compulsory residential trips, expeditions, school bus. Some after school activities are charged. For some of these additional charges, direct or advance payment may be required.

Fees are payable on a term-by-term basis and in advance. Discounts apply for families with 3 or more children enrolled at the school at any one time. A discount of 5% is applied for the 3rd child and 10% for the 4th child onwards.

2019/20 Basic Fee Structure (Thai Baht)
    Per Term Per Year
Early Years EY1 190,800 572,400
  EY2 207,600 622,800
Pre-Prep Years 1 - 2 233,300 699,900
Prep Years 3 - 4 250,300 750,900
  Years 5 - 6 258,900 776,700
Senior Years 7 - 9 267,000 801,000
  Year 10 341,300 1,023,900
  Year 11* 341,300 682,600*
Sixth Form Year 12 342,700 1,028,100
  Year 13* 342,700 685,400*
*2 terms only




Shrewsbury has a proud legacy of instilling a spirit of academic curiosity and ambition amongst our students, and preparing them to further their education at the world's leading universities and colleges, including Oxford, Cambridge, Stanford, Yale and Harvard.

Whilst UK and US Universities and Colleges are the most popular destinations for our students, since 2004 our students have actually taken up places at 239 different institutions in 20 different countries and in 4 different continents.

Our award winning team of expert Higher Education Advisors, which includes specialisms in US, UK and Thai universities, draw on their wealth of experience to help our current students to select and apply to the institutions that best meet their needs and ambitions, irrespective of destination. Recent choices have included institutions in the Netherlands, Japan, China, Switzerland, Ireland, Australia, Italy, Canada and Hong Kong.


2019 Graduate Destinations


Babson College
Duke University
Emerson University
Fordham University
Stanford University (after gap year)
George Washington University
Georgetown University
Harvey Mudd College
Ithaca College
Michigan State
New York University
Northeastern University
Parsons School of Design
Purdue University
Quinnipiac University
Rhode Island School of Design
Tufts University
UC Berkeley
University of Pennslyvannia
University of San Diego
University of Washington (3)


Brunel University
City University of London (2)
Durham University (2)
Imperial College London (10)
King's College London (3)
Leeds University
London School of Economics and Political Science (3)
Loughborough University (2)
Nottingham Trent University
Royal College of Music
Royal Holloway, University of London
University College London (5)
University of Bath (2)
University of Birmingham
University of Bristol
University of Cambridge (5)
University of Manchester
University of Reading
University of Surrey
University of the Arts London
University of Warwick (3)
University of Westminster


University of Melbourne

Monash University

University of British Columbia
Syn Studios Art School, Montreal


Nayoga University
University of Tokyo


Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (2)


Trinity College Dublin


Dressmaker Gaukin


University College Utrecht
University of Groningen


Chulalongkorn University (7)
Khon Kaen University
King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (4)
Mahidol Ramathibodi (2)
Rangsit University
Srinakharinwirot University/University of Nottingham (2)
Thammasat University


Gap Year (5)

Military Service (1)

Australian National - later application timeline




*first Shrewsbury matriculation in 2019

Abbey College, London
Bangor University
University of Bath
University of Birmingham
Bournemouth University
University of Bristol
Brunel University                                      
Camberwell University of the Arts
Cass Business School
Cardiff University
University of Cambridge:
 - Christ’s College    
 - Churchill College
 - Clare College
 - Emmanuel College
 - Girton College
 - Gonville and Caius College                                                  
 - Magdalene College
 - Trinity College
 - Wolfson College
University for the Creative Arts
Cardiff Metropolitan University
Central Saint Martins University of the Arts London
Chelsea College of Art & Design                      
City University
De Montfort University
Durham University
University of Edinburgh
University of Exeter
Falmouth University
Goldsmiths College, University of London
Glasgow School of Art
Identity School of Acting
Imperial College London
University of Kent
King’s College London
Kingston University
Lancaster University
University of Leeds
Leeds Beckett University
University of Leicester
London Institute of Banking and Finance
London School of Economics and Political Science
Loughborough University
University of Manchester
Manchester Metropolitan University
Newcastle University
University of Nottingham
Nottingham Trent University*
Nottingham/ Srinakharinwirot Programme
University of Oxford:
 - Exeter College  
 - Jesus College
 - Keble College
 - Lady Margaret Hall
 - New College
 - Magdelen College
 - St Anne’s College
 - Wadham College
Regent’s University London
University of Reading
University of Roehampton
Royal Academy of Music, London
Royal College of Music, London
Royal Holloway, University of London
Salford University
School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
University of Sheffield
University of Southampton
St George's University of London
Swansea University
University College London
University of the Arts, Bournemouth
University of the Arts, London
University of Warwick
University of Westminister*
University of York


*First Shrewsbury matriculation in 2019

Arizona State University
Art Centre College of Design
Azusa Pacific University
Bates College
Babson College
Boston University
Boston Conservatory
Bowdoin College
Brown University
California College of the Arts
California Institute of Technology
California State Polytechnic University Pomona
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Davis
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, San Diego
Carnegie Mellon University
University of Chicago
University of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
Colby College
University of Colorado-Boulder
Columbia University
Cornell University
Drexel University
Duke University
Emerson College
Fashion Institute of Technology
Florida Institute of Technology
Fordham University*
Georgetown University
Georgia Institute of Technology
George Washington University
Harvard University
Harvey Mudd College
Univeristy of Idaho
Indiana University Bloomington
Indiana University-Purdue University- Indianapolis (IUPUI)
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Ithaca College
Johns Hopkins University
Knox College
Lawrence University Conservatory of Music
Lehigh University
Linfield College
Maryland Institute College of Art
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Miami University of Ohio
Michigan State University*
University of Michigan
Middlebury College
Mount Holyoke College
New York University
Northeastern University
Oberlin Conservatory of Music
Occidental College
University of Oregon
Oregon State University
Parsons The New School for Design
University of Pennsylvania:
 - College of Arts & Sciences
 - The Wharton School
Pennsylvania State University
Pomona College
Pratt Institute
Pratt Institute, School of Architecture
Purdue University
Quinnipiac University*
Rice University
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rhode Island School of Design
University of San Diego
University of San Francisco
San Francisco State University
Santa Clara University
Sarah Lawrence College
Savannah College of Art & Design
Scripps College
Smith College
University of San Diego*
University of Southern California
Stanford University*
Syracuse University
Tufts University
Vanderbilt University
University of Washington
Wellesley College
Wesleyan University
Wheaton College (MA)
Williams College
College of Wooster
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Yale University



*First Shrewsbury matriculation in 2019


University Mozarteum, Salzburg


Adelaide University
Australian National University
Melbourne University
Monash University*
RMIT University
Sydney University
University of New South Wales


University of British Columbia
University of Guelph
University of Western Ontario
Syn Studios Art School, Montreal*


Dalian Maritime University
Fudan University
Les Roches, Shanghai
Peking University Business School


Hong Kong University
University of Science & Technology

FTMS Global Academy

Trinity College Dublin
Royal College of Surgeons Ireland


Interdisciplinary Centre Herzliya


Academia Italiana (Florence)
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

International Christian University
Keio University
Nagoya University
University of Tokyo
Tokyo College of Music
Waseda University
Dressmaker Gaukin*

Seoul National University

Erasmus University Rotterdam
University of Groningen
University of The Hague
University College Utrecht*
Maastricht University

Monash University, Malaysia
Penang Medical College
Taylors University

University of Auckland

James Cook University
Nanyang Institute of Technology
National University of Singapore
Yong Siew Toh Conservatory

Glion Institute of Higher Education
Les Roches International School of Hotel Management
Webster University

Feng Chia University

Bunka School of Fashion
Chiang Mai University
Chulalongkorn University
Dusit Thani College
King Monkut’s University of Technology Thonburi
King Monkut’s University of Technology Ladkrabang
Khon Kaen Universiy
Mahidol University
Mahidol Ramathibodi
Raffles Design Institute 
Rangsit University
Silpakorn University
Srinakharinwirot / Nottingham Medical Programme
Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology
Thammasat University