Saint John's Group of Schools and University

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Saint John's Group of Schools & University
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MottoSapientia Scientia Sanctitas (Wisdom Knowledge Holiness)
TypeThai, International

Saint John's Group of Schools and University (Thai: กลุ่มโรงเรียนเซนต์จอห์น) was founded in 1961, and as a group of Catholic Vincentian facilities it is a private educational institution. It is in Bangkok, Thailand. The group consists of:

  • Saint John's Kindergarten
  • Saint John's School (primary and secondary)
  • Saint John's School, Thabom (secondary)
  • St. John's International School (British and North American curriculum)
  • Saint John's Polytechnic School
  • Saint John's Technology School
  • Saint John's College of Commerce (English programme)
  • Saint John's University

It is possible for a child to enter Saint John's at kindergarten aged 2 and finish with a PhD without ever leaving the group. Many of Saint John's staff are alumni of one of Saint John's eight schools.

Saint John's choir[edit]

Saint John's School is the home of Saint John's Choir, the first choir in Thailand to win a gold medal at the annual Choir Olympic (Xiamen, Republic of China, 15–26 July 2006).


Saint John's Affiliate School Programme[edit]

The Saint John's Affiliate School Programme was launched in 2007 with the aim of using Saint John's educational knowledge to improve private schools throughout the Kingdom of Thailand. The programme aims to have one school in each province of Thailand that have the support of Saint John's group of schools in Bangkok. While each school that joins the programme aims to improve educational standard across all subject areas, the two initial points of development focus are English instruction and IT support, as Saint John's group of schools are known to be leading schools in these two areas in the kingdom.[citation needed] As of May 2008, three schools have been admitted to the affiliation programme:

  • Sahavith School, Supanburi
  • Banchan College of Technology (BCOT), Udon Thani
  • Sunflower Trilingual School, Samut Sakorn


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