Kevalee Historical Background

Kevalee International School was established in 1996 as a small international kindergarten school. Our services were later expanded to cover preparation of students seeking admission into other well-known international schools in Bangkok at any level. Our school, licensed by Thailand's Ministry of Education, was founded by Miss Penporn Boontanrart or everyone calls Mrs. Juliana, Head of School who has more than 40 years of experiences at well-known International Schools, including 30 years of teaching experiences at RIS.

Situated in a peaceful suburb of Bangkok, Kevalee has attracted the attention of parents seeking a warm, caring atmosphere and student-centered small-sized classes. Kevalee has gradually grown to cater to Thai and foreign students of all ages and diverse backgrounds, helping them to acquire knowledge and skills essential for academic success. To serve growing market demand from parents for quality and high standard education at a feasible cost, Kevalee has in 2007 expanded our curriculum to Grade 12, with new campus on Hathairaj 37 Road, Klongsamwa. Kevalee has a commitment to continue providing excellent and quality study programs to our students, preparing them to be ready for further studies at university level, both in Thailand and overseas.


We are now accredited by The office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (Public Organization) – ONESQA and Western Association of Schools and Colleges – WASC

K - Knowledge
E - Experience
V - Virtue
A - Achievement
L - Love
E - Exploration
E - Equality



Kevalee International School will be a recognized educational center of excellence serving the needs of all students and families in Thailand and its neighboring countries. Kevalee International School will emphasize student performance and prepare students to meet the challenges of the future with confidence and a strong moral sense.


Kevalee International School will equip each student with skills and knowledge for personal excellence in order to become a responsible citizen in the global community.


We believe that :
• Every child has an equal right to receive the best educational opportunities. School needs to monitor each child's social, emotional and academic development for a successful future.
• Learning is essential for the individual and society to grow. School is the place to provide best-practice teaching methods and strategies that meet the needs of each child.
• It is important for each child to develop self- efficacy and be proud of his/her cultural heritage in order to become good citizenship in school and in the international community.
• An optimum learning environment for each individual child and cross-cultural experiences will help the child to develop his/her potential, in order to be successful in the professional world.


Schoolwide Learner Outcomes –SLOs:

1. Creative and Self-directed learners who:

1.1 produce quality work appropriate to demands of 21st Century skills
1.2 utilize and manage time and workload efficiently
1.3 work independently to complete tasks with priority
1.4 demonstrate curiosity, initiative and enthusiasm for learning as a lifelong process


2. Effective English communicators who:

2.1 comprehend thoroughly when listening to and reading from a variety of sources
2.2 articulate thoughts and ideas effectively using oral, written and nonverbal skills
2.3 utilize multiple media, technologies and artistic forms to enhance communications


3. High-level thinkers who:

3.1 apply knowledge and skills to solve problems in real life situations
3.2 utilize critical thinking and problem-solving strategies in a variety of settings
3.3 develop skills using the available resources and technologies to make good decisions and face uncertain challenges


4. Collaborative contributors who:

4.1 effectively perform duties, share responsibilities and graciously accept consequences there of
4.2 practice cooperative learning and teamwork
4.3 develop and maintain positive relationships within diverse settings


5. Responsible and caring individuals who:

5.1 appreciate his/her history, culture and heritage and embrace diversity
5.2 show responsibility for health, safety, security and the environment
5.3 develop integrity and character to become responsible world citizens
5.4 behave with compassion toward others and resolve conflict in a constructive manner
5.5 practice a balanced approach towards use of social media with greater awareness of ethics

Revision 2017

1st Academic Learning Curriculum, Content, Skills, Activities, Assessment, Resources, Approach, Strategies Policy,
Professional Development and Education Theories

2nd Language Skills Development Rich Content Essential, Knowledge & Skills, Research-based Practices and Classroom Management

3rd Focused Attention Positive Learning Climate, Individual Attention, Planning, Preparing and Participating

4th Self-regulation Skills Development Student-centered Activities, Work Habits, Self-reliance and Learning Step-by-Step

5th Physical Health Appropriate P.E. Program, Manipulative Skills, Spatial Awareness and Sports & Games

6th Social Skills Development Respect Others, Be Polite, Pay Attention and Work well with Others

7th Emotional Skills Development Love, Discipline, Caring, Sharing and Responsibility

+ Family Support and Involvement