Greenacre International Samui +6677430729

 Growing Together – learning Together – working Together

Welcome to Greenacre International School.

We are an inclusive school for children from early years onwards, based on Koh Samui, an island off the east coast of Thailand. Nestling in an area of beautiful greenery with waterfalls nearby we offer a sense of nurture and wellbeing to our children and families.

We encourage our children to develop a strong foundation of cultural understanding as well as supporting our students to be the best version of themselves, through their academic learning, co-curricular opportunities and love for the planet.

Our Curriculum is based on the English National Curriculum and meets the needs of our multi-lingual students. As a school with a clear focus on the natural world, we aim to ignite the spark of environmental awareness in our students.


We give them the tools to be not only become well educated academically today but empowered to make choices that expand into the community through conscious choices and behaviours.


We strongly support the values, traditions and culture of Thailand. We want our students to be respectful and sensitive to all aspects of life in the Kingdom, regardless of their different religious beliefs and backgrounds.

Developing the whole child is a very important part of our ethos and as such, we encourage personal goals explicitly through our school’s programs and curriculum. Our children’s personal progress is regularly celebrated, thereby supporting and reinforcing our school ethos of building both excellent learners and responsible members of society.

School term dates

Please click here for our current term dates, public holidays, inset days, and holiday periods. If you have any questions please contact us

School FEES

Please click here for our current school fees, for students in early years to year 6 primary and year 7 secondary.  If you have any questions please contact us

“Since our daughter came to Greenacre she has completely blossomed there. The teaching provided is of a very good level and the many smiles and kindness towards the children gave our daughter a lot of confidence and gave Greenacre that extra soul.”


Aurélie & David Prudent

“Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child and one teacher can change the world.”

– Malala Yousafzai

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Greenacre International School, Koh Samui

Greenacre International School, Koh Samui

An international community school with green ethos and a high emphasis on students well being. Offe

A huge thank you to Alisa our Head girl for sharing such kind words during our Wai Kru day. "Hello, teachers and friends,Today, we gather here to celebrate the Wai Kru ceremony. This is a special day when we show our love, respect, and gratitude to our teachers for all they do for us.Teachers, you are like guiding stars in our lives. You help us learn and grow, not just academically but also as good people. You teach us important lessons, not just from books, but also about kindness, patience, and respect.We know that being a teacher is not easy. You spend countless hours preparing lessons, answering our questions, and helping us when we need it. You believe in us, even when we doubt ourselves.So, today, we want to say 'Thank you.' Thank you for your hard work, your dedication, and your love. We promise to do our best to make you proud, to listen and learn, and to always remember the lessons you've taught us, both in and out of the classroom.We offer this Wai Kru ceremony as a symbol of our respect. With our hands pressed together in the wai, we say 'Sawasdee krap' (if you're a boy) or 'Sawasdee ka' (if you're a girl), which means 'Hello' and 'Thank you' in Thai. We bow our heads to show our deep respect.Teachers, please accept our gratitude and love. We are lucky to have you as our guides, and we will carry your wisdom with us always.Thank you, teachers, for everything you do. Sawasdee krap/ka!" ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Wai Kru Day Wai Kru (ไหว้ครู)Today's Wai Kru ceremony is an opportunity for all children to pay respect to their teachers. Children were able to express their gratitude and ask for their teachers’ blessing and guidance for their studies for this academic year. Thank you to all parents and children for bringing in a flower or plant that will be planted around the school grounds.Wai: A wai is a common Thai greeting as a way to express gratitude or respect. Kru: Means teacher in Thai, a person who helps people to learn, works hard to teach and develops children.A huge thank you to all our wonderful Thai teachers for making this a successful event. ... See MoreSee Less
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Year 8 Environmental lesson In this lesson children were learning about Hydroponics. They investigated this method of farming that does not use soil. Hydroponics can be used to grow many of the foods you eat, and has many advantages over traditional farming. Our year 8 children planted different types of lettuce that will be used in a few weeks in the kitchen. ... See MoreSee Less
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Year 1 Science Year 1 Monkey class are learning about the four seasons in their Science lesson. This week they looked at Autumn and discussed in some countries in the world leaves drop from trees and the temperature gets colder. The Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert was read to them and then the children went on an adventure to collect leaves and create their own leaf people! Well done Monkeys. ... See MoreSee Less
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Secondary students have shown remarkable dedication already and shown excellent results in their observational drawings of cans. Observational drawing is crucial as it cultivates observation skills, patience, and concentration, while also fostering creative thinking, benefiting both their artistic pursuits and life in general. ... See MoreSee Less
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