There’s no raining on our parade!

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Katie Marsh (foreground) prepares to lead the school in the International Fleet Review 2017.
Katie Marsh (foreground) prepares to lead the school in the International Fleet Review 2017.

Satit Udomseuksa School were honored to participate in the International Fleet Review 2017 which marked the 50th anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)’. Over 50 Satit Udomseuksa students from different nationalities practiced diligently weeks ahead of the event with army officers from Sattahip to make sure they would give an immaculate performance.

School spirit came out in full force on the day. Despite the flooding caused by heavy rain the students marched down Beach Road determined to give the spectators a great performance.

It was a great honour to take part in the International Fleet Review 2017. We are incredibly proud of our students, all their hard work certainly paid off. A huge amount of credit is also due to our dedicated teachers who have worked closely with all students to ensure they were ready. Also thanks to our parents who have supported and cheered enthusiastically on the day.

Rita Marsh plays in the school band as they march down Beach Road.
Rita Marsh plays in the school band as they march down Beach Road.
Students are excited to have been invited to participate in such a momentous event.
Students are excited to have been invited to participate in such a momentous event.
The Satit Udomseuksa School marching band performs immaculately despite the rain.
The Satit Udomseuksa School marching band performs immaculately despite the rain.