A week-long celebration of literacy, story telling, and reading.
A part of the Literacy Week where the best spellers participate in a spelling competition.
To celebrate of our students' academic and behavioral accomplishments.
The culmination of science classes where students present projects following the theme and guidelines provided by their teachers.
The culmination of the recycle and reuse campaign showcasing students' recycle and reuse projects featuring products created from wastes, posters, promotional videos, recycle campaigns, business plans, and eco-trips.
Students join this sports event for half a day at Nawamin Pirom Park to run.
A full-day sports competition in house colors.
The traditional Thai New Year. Buddhist monks are invited to the campus, and students and staff given an opportunity to make merits by giving them offerings.
Chinese culture and heritage are showcased and the Lunar New Year celebrated by students wearing Chinese custumes.
Each class celebrates Christmas and the New Year in their homeroom.
Each class is assigned a country to learn and do a presentation about. Students dress according to that country’s culture.
The purpose of this camp is to foster our students' independence, sense of responsibility, and critical thinking. Students join team building and collaborative activities, pitch tents, and spend the night at the school with their peers to help them develop physically, socially, and emotionally.
The camp further develops our students’ independence, sense of responsibility, and critical thinking. Students join team building and collaborative activities, pitch tents, and spend the night at the school with their peers to help them develop physically, socially, and emotionally.
The ES student government takes charge in organizing this friendly talent competition. The main purpose is to foster students' leadership skills and encourage all to display their talents.