Here are topics that are frequently asked about from our prospective families. If you have more inquiries, please contact the Director of Admissions at <email@example.com>.
What is the application process at CMIS?
Click HERE to learn about the application process at CMIS.
Where can I find the CMIS master calendar?
Click HERE to view the master school calendar.
Does CMIS have domitories?
CMIS does not provide dormitories for students.
What entrance assessments are used?
Click HERE to learn about the entrance assessments and how they are scheduled at CMIS.
Does CMIS offer English language support?
CMIS does offer support to students who need some additional English language assistance. Click HERE to learn about the Student Success Department and their services.
What are the nationalities of students and staff at CMIS?
At present, our ethnic diversity can be described as follows:
What are the CMIS school hours?
The Front Office hours are as follows:
Monday to Friday
7:30 AM to 3:30 PM
What school lunch options are available at CMIS?
Preschool: Students are recommended to join the CMIS Lunch Program. The program provides lunch and snacks for the students. Students are also able to pack food from home to eat at school.
Kindergarten - Grade 1: Students are recommended to join the CMIS Lunch Program. This programs runs each semester and students get to enjoy a fixed menu. Students are also able to pack food from home to eat at school.
Grade 2 - Grade 4: Students are welcome to join the CMIS Lunch Program. They can also choose to purchase their food daily from the cafeteria. Students are able to pack food from home to eat at school.
Grade 5 - Grade 12: Students generally choose to purchase their food daily from the cafeteria. Students are also able to pack food from home to eat at school.
Does CMIS offer short term enrollment?
CMIS does not offer any type of short term enrollment options.
Does CMIS offer a summer camp?
There are currently no plans for a summer camp this summer.
Does CMIS provide transportation?
CMIS does not provide transportation to pick up and drop off students. There are several individuals that do provide this service that the Front Office can refer current CMIS families to.
What are visa requirements for CMIS?
If you are not a Thai citizen, you will need to apply for a non-immigrant visa. This can be done through the Thai embassy in an overseas country or by changing your visa at the immigration offices if your child is already in another school in Thailand.
The following are two important rules for the parent holding a guardian visa:
Transferring visas within Thailand
- A guardian visa holder must have 500,000 baht in a Thai bank account for 3 months before the visa transfer request,
Requesting a new visa from outside of Thailand
- Upon arrival to Thailand, the guardian visa holder will receive a visa for 3 months. During this time, the guardian visa holder will have to open up a Thai bank account and deposit 500,000 baht. This money must remain in the account for 1 month before the visa can be extended to one year.
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