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Shrewsbury International School Bangkok launches Alumni Association
The much anticipated launch of the Alumni Association of Shrewsbury International School took place on 29th June 2011.
The association, which will be known as SISBAA (Shrewsbury International School Bangkok Alumni Association)
SISBAA is open to every student who attended the school for at least a term. There will be a secondary paid-for tier of membership called SISBAA Network that will focus on offering career and professional enhancement opportunities. The SISBAA Network is open to those who are 18 years of age and above who graduated from Year 13 or completed two full years at Shrewsbury International School.
One of the members of the SISBAA launch team was Athicha (Fah) Siriboonlamom who graduated from Shrewsbury International School after taking her A Levels in 2007. She returned to Thailand last year after graduating in Natural Sciences from Trinity College, Cambridge in the UK.
During the launch party, Mr Stephen Holroyd, who has been the Principal at Shrewsbury International School since 2006, welcomed the alumni, many of whom are currently studying at universities in the UK, the US, Australia, Canada, Singapore and Hong Kong.
He said: “It is wonderful to see the talented and diverse group of young people who make up the Shrewsbury alumni community coming together for the launch event. The association will be alumni-led and the best ideas on how it should be run and the benefits it should offer will come from the members themselves.”
For more information about SISBAA, visit www.sisbaa.org.
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Shrewsbury International School offers outstanding educational opportunities for children aged 3 to 18. It is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in the heart of Bangkok in a spacious, purpose-built campus that provides excellent facilities and resources for all academic pursuits. Since opening in 2003, the school has built a formidable reputation for excellence in music, sport, and the performing and creative arts.
Students representing nearly 40 different nationalities are taught a curriculum based on the National Curriculum of England & Wales by fully qualified, hand-picked teachers predominantly from the UK but also from New Zealand and Canada. Each child is nurtured to become creative, innovative, enterprising and capable of leadership, equipping them for their future lives as workers and citizens.
Accredited by the Council for Internationals Schools (UK), the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (US), and ONESQA (Thailand).