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I want to extend to you and your family a very warm welcome to the Secondary Division of Saint John Mary International School. I would like to extend a very warm welcome to all new families joining SJMIS this year and welcome back to all returning families as well.

This year, we introduced the Global Assessment Certificate (GAC) as an additional curricular offering to our Grade 10 students, as a result, we now have four different streams in Grade 10 namely: (1) Regular Science Stream, (2) Regular Business Stream, (3) GAC-Science Stream, and (4) GAC-Business Stream. Students enrolled in eth GAC Program must pass the entry requirements which include written and oral exams duly approved by the GAC personnel in Singapore and Hong Kong.

By academic year 2019-2020, we will have full implementation of the GAC program in the high school curriculum spanning from Grades 10-12. Students must pass all three levels to be able to graduate in the GAC program. Students graduating from the GAC will be receiving two separate transcripts and diplomas one from SJMIS and another from GAC in the United States of America. Students with GAC certificate will have better chances at entering hundreds of universities from around the world. Some of the universities in the United States that recognize the GAC offer credit points for an undergraduate degree, and a number of them offer scholarships which can significantly reduce tuition and living expenses. Many of them offer credits of up to 39 as recommended by the American Council on Education (ACE)and up to 36 as recognized by the Academic Credentials Evaluation Institute (ACEI).

In Thailand, GAC certificate is recognized by Thammasat University-Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT), King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Shinawatra University, Webster University,  University of Thai Chamber of Commerce among others.

The GAC program is coupled with the English Proficiency Program (EPP) in the Middle School preparing our students towards satisfying the entry requirements of the GAC when they reach Grade 10.

Also this academic year, we are expecting a mid-term visit from the Accrediting Commission for Schools – Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS-WASC), proving that indeed SJMIS is at par with the institutions from around the world providing quality international education.

The school is a rich and inclusive community built on strong positive relationships and high aspirations for our students. 

The teachers and staff are privileged to be a part of our students’ lives holding true to the belief that is to realize the full potential of our students, bringing out the best in them.

Together as a school family, we will build on the experiences of the past and meet the challenges of the future in an exciting and innovative ways.

 

REHEL JEMERA SAUSA
Principal / Accreditation Coordinator

 


 

PRIMER ON THE SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION

The Secondary School has a multinational staff many with post graduate degrees. The teachers follow an American standard based curriculum, focusing on competency in the English language. Graduates have furthered their education and celebrated success in local universities, as well as abroad. We are proud of the accomplishments of our alumni who we believe are becoming “Emerging Leaders” as well as our current students who bring pride to our institution.

The Secondary School Division has two sections. Middle School composed of students from Grade Six to Grade Nine and the High School comprised of students from Grade Nine to Twelve. High School Curricular Program offers two streams, Science and Business.


SECONDARY SCHOOL LIFE

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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

 

 


 

GLOBAL ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATE

 Selected students in the Secondary School are engaged in the Global Assessment Certificate (GAC) Program by ACT Education Solutions. It is an internationally recognized university preparation program for student whose first language is not ENGLISH. 

The GAC Program is spearheaded by Mr. Akaraphong Chaisurin as Coordinator and with teachers for different GAC subject courses namely, Mr. Kyle Abrell, Mr. Aubrey Gloster, Mr. Shandree Francis, Jacqueline Lopez,  and  Mr. Fritz Eugene Bansag, 

 

 

 


 



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Akaraphong Chairsurin
High School Vice Principal
Chemistry & Physics

SECONDARY SCHOOL FACULTY & STAFF

 

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Rehel Jemera Sausa
Secondary School Principal
Academic Director
WASC Coordinator
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John Ryu
Middle School Vice Principal
Mathematics

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Mary Leigh Francisco
6-1 Homeroom Adviser
General Science




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Liesil Pear Sausa
6-2 Homeroom Adviser
ELD
Music, Arts, and
Performing Arts
(Choir/Vocal Ensemble)

 

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Jacqueline Lopez
7-1 Homeroom Adviser
English, ELD




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Mechie Sotto
7-2 Homeroom Adviser
ELD




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Shandre Francis
8-1 Homeroom Adviser
*EPP, *GAC
Social Studies

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Rosemarie Ulitin
8-2 Homeroom Adviser
ELD


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Devasagayam Masilamony
9-1 Homeroom Adviser
Social Studies


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Dimitri Bouzid
9-2 Homeroom Adviser
French and Visual Arts

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Mr. Aubrey Gloster
10-1 Homeroom Adviser
Science Group
(*GAC + Regular)

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Alexander Varlamov
10-2 Homeroom Adviser
Mathematics
Business Group
(*GAC + Regular)

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Arron Zeb Clarke
11-1 Homeroom Adviser
Science Group



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Kylle Abrell
11-2 Homeroom Adviser
Sociology, Social Studies,
World Cultures, *GAC,
and Science Group

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Mary Ann Abejo
12-1 Homeroom Adviser
Science Group 

 

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Ephraim Lamanilao
12-2 Homeroom Adviser
Business Group


 

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Fritz Eugene Bansag
Information Technology
*GAC - Computing

 

 

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Jeerati Amporn
Thai Language and
Culture

 

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Namita Sinha
Physical Education

 

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Wasugarn Kerdphon
Thai Department Head,
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Sirrirat Sukrat
Thai Language & Culture
High School Ambassador

 

 

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Matika Kadeerak
Ambassador, Thai Language
and Culture for
Foreigners

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Saisunee Wiriyapong
Thai Language and Culture


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Dr. Dansuwan Suyada
Japanese


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Jun Amparo
College Counselor
and Values

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Kwanjit Rastapana
Science Laboratory
Technician

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Mr. Nigel Finell
Head of Discipline

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Mr. Fu Bin
Chinese Language

 
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Ms.Chantima
Chinese Language

 

 

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*English Proficiency Program (EPP)
*Global Assessment Certificate (GAC)

 


 

COMMUNITY SERVICE

St. John Mary International School supports the concept of community service by the students it serves. Community service teaches the values of citizenship; helps to develop a sense of community pride, provides an awareness of the needs of the community, and shows students that, as contributing members of society, they can make a difference. This concept fosters a positive relationship between the educational community and the public/private sectors of the wider community in which we live.

Furthermore, it helps students to look beyond the classroom, and encourages responsible and caring participationin his or her local community and in the wider world. Student stake an active role in the development of the school and local communities, as well as the world. Participating and helping others is a great way to make your school year productive and memorable.

 

 

 

Students are required to complete 40 hours of community service during their four years in high school.   Students who served for 100 hours or more will be given the Helping Hand Award.

 

Students will be provided the opportunity to:

 

•  Bridge varied ethnic, socio-economic, and generational backgrounds.

•  Gain self-reliance, self-respect, and confidence while developing a positive self-esteem.

•  Experience connections between academia and real life situations.

•  Develop life skills that apply to personal life, professional life, and possibly a future career.

•  Gain valuable experiences and exposure to a wide variety of career choices.

•  Sharpen and apply their skills in leadership, planning, implementing, and evaluation.

•  Analyze their experiences via reflective writing.

•  Develop a sense of control over their environment that may encourage participation in government issues, elections, and community affairs.

•  Work collaboratively with members of the community.

 

ATHLETICS

 

SJMIS is a member of the International Schools Athletics Association thus giving opportunity to our students to join and compete with several International Schools in Bangkok and nearby provinces. SJMIS has several sporting facilities such as the Golf Driving Range, Lawn Tennis, Football field, Swimming Pool, Basketball, Badminton, and Volleyball courts providing avenues for students hone their athletic abilities.

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