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UWC makes education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.

Education Like No Other

In commitment to the school motto of “Good Heart, Balanced Mind, Healthy Body”, UWC Thailand, a non-profit international
school on the beautiful island of Phuket offers a holistic, transformative, and rigorous International Baccalaureate (IB) continuum
education from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12, including both day and boarding students.

 

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Our 60th anniversary is a chance for us to celebrate and honour the inspiring changemakers who have blazed new paths for education, giving our students the tools and experience needed to become future peacebuilders. And to reflect on the individual and collective steps taken, both big and small, which have furthered the cause of peace and sustainability in the world.

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UWC Thailand students benefit from our programming, grounded in mindfulness, outdoor experiential education, sports and service learning. These opportunities for continuous growth in a safe and nurturing environment allow students to develop the skills and dispositions that will transcend time and prepare them for the resilience needed in an ever-changing world.

Academics

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Mindfulness

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Activities
 

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Service
Learning

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Outdoor Education

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Boarding 
Life

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We’ve moved around a lot and with each move, we are always concerned about how our girls and our family would integrate into a new international school. The UWC Thailand community opened its arms and its hearts to us right away removing any doubt about the choice we made. We are a UWC Thailand family now through and through.
– Grade 3 Parent

The time I’ve spent here with my friends – the late night talks, the exciting moments where we’ve just sat together with a guitar and sung for hours and hours, they’re just beautiful moments. We’ve had beanbags around the bonfire. We’ve had friendship bracelets for each other. It’s always felt like we had all the time in the world.
– Alumna from the Class of 2018