Windfield International School

Scholarships

WIS Scholarships

To celebrate the opening of the new school, we are offering an unlimited number of academic, sporting and creative/performing arts scholarships ranging from 25% to 100% of tuition fees, plus two Yongsiri Family scholarships to academically gifted Thai nationals from disadvantaged backgrounds. These scholarships can continue for the students’ time at school, providing the students maintain or exceed expected performance and continue to be model WIS students.

Under normal circumstances these scholarships are open to students from Y5 to Y13. However, under exceptional circumstances, younger students may be considered.

You can apply for a scholarship via our website by downloading and completing the application form.

Each Scholarship has a particular focus on what we value as an international school, whether you are highly academic, an outstanding sports player, a talented musician or a student who demonstrates our philosophy of “Being engaged and ready to make a difference.”

Merit scholarships have three award levels.

3 Stars: 100% Scholarship

2 Stars: 50% Scholarship

1 Star: 25% Scholarship

More information here

Application Process

Applicants are required to:

1. Submit an application form, please download it from our website.

2. Submit academic records from the two preceding school years.

3. Submit a self-assessment based on the Cambridge Learner Attributes, through a short written essay.

 

Get In Touch

Location:
Soi Rungrote Tambon Maret, LAMAI, Surat Thani 84310

Telephone: +66 (0) 77 332 420

Email: [email protected]

School Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM – 5 PM
Saturday – Sunday: Closed

Non-Discrimination Policy

Windfield International School welcomes families and admits students of any race, colour, national and ethnic origin.

Windfield does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sex, marital status, disability, and age in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programmes, and athletic and other school-administered programmes.

Students, parents/guardians, and employees are also encouraged to communicate with the Head of primary or Head of Secondary, with any questions or concerns regarding this policy. The School believes that open communication about these sensitive topics is essential to fostering a culture of personal responsibility, mutual accountability, and positive leadership.

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