How does someone begin the application process?
To begin the process of applying to CRICS, please visit the Admissions Process page on our website and familiarize yourself with our requirements. Once you understand what is entailed, please complete the online application form.
What kind of curricula do CRICS teachers use?
The CRICS curricula is based on an American curricula adapted to an international context.
What grade levels are offered at CRICS?
The CRICS program covers Kindergarten (age 5) through Grade 12. Please see our Academics section for more information about subjects covered.
What is the quality of English at CRICS?
All subjects, with the exception of Thai language, are taught in English by native English speakers. CRICS graduates are able to speak, read, and write English fluently and are ready to attend an overseas college or university.
What is the class size at CRICS?
CRICS values a low teacher-to-student ratio to promote academic achievement and individualized instruction. In all grade levels, class size is limited to an average of 15 students.
How does CRICS recruit teachers?
CRICS teachers are native-English speakers with expertise in their subject area. Each teacher is a volunteer, who has chosen to live and serve students in Thailand. This creates an environment in which teachers are highly invested in their students. If you or someone you know is interested in teaching, please visit our Serve section and contact our Recruiter at: [email protected]
Is CRICS an accredited school?
CRICS is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), and Thailand’s Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA).
Does CRICS accept only Christian students?
CRICS does not discriminate by religion. Students of any religion are welcome.
What makes CRICS a Christian school?
At CRICS, the teachers are committed Christians who seek to live out their faith by serving and teaching the students. Our students have the privilege to study the Bible and are encouraged to integrate their faith into their lives both in and out of school.
Does CRICS accept students who are not native-English speakers?
Since all subject areas are taught in English, every student needs to be able to understand and communicate using English. Students who are not native-English speakers must undergo an ELL assessment process to ensure their English levels are sufficient for success in the classroom.