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A Virtual Tour Of Harrow International School Bangkok

What makes Harrow Bangkok a truly world-class school?

Since they can’t talk to you personally, for now, the Heads of Lower and Upper School at Harrow International School Bangkok can do the next best thing and introduce their truly world-class school to you online, wherever you are.

Harrow Bangkok’s Lower School is for boys and girls aged 18 months to 9 (Early Years to Year 5) and Upper School 10 to 18 (year 6-13).

Then you can stroll around our 35-acre campus, see the state-of-the-art facilities and pop into any classroom you fancy; virtually at the moment. Start your tour here.

Finally, you can book a personal online consultation with either the Head of Upper or Lower School or one of our friendly and knowledgeable admissions team.

Harrow Bangkok continues to thrive even in the current global situation; our teachers and students have been adapting their teaching and learning with compassion, our students have faced the challenge with determination and resilience. The leafy estate in north Bangkok has been made ready for learners with a raft of health and safety measures to help keep our community healthy.

A Harrow International School Bangkok education inspires Leadership for a better world.

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