The Regent’s School Pattaya has announced that its name has been changed to Regents International School Pattaya.
Principal Mike Walton commented, “This is a modest change to the school name, but an important one nonetheless.
It offers a far better reflection of the sort of school we’ve grown into. Regents now has 50 different nationalities represented on the student body. That’s in part because the majority of our students come from expatriate families living on the Eastern Seaboard. It’s also due to the fact that we have a community of over 100 boarders who come from countries that aren’t otherwise well-represented in this area, like Afghanistan, Bhutan, Nepal, Armenia, Estonia and Lithuania.”
Principal Mike Walton.
“Our internationalism goes far beyond the nationalities of our students; it is a frame of mind. We’re globally unique in being both a member of the Nord Anglia Education family of schools and of the Round Square organisation. The Nord Anglia Education link allows our students to connect and exchange ideas with tens of thousands of students at other Nord Anglia Education schools in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Membership of the Round Square provides them with potentially life-changing exchange opportunities with the 100 other schools which make up the organisation.”