In conjunction with the Bangkok Kung Fu Association, Wells International School will be hosting its first-ever martial arts tournament in the fall of 2013 at its On Nut campus. Open to competitors of all levels, events will include open hand kata, weapons kata and kumite (sparring).continue reading
Wells International Kindergarten continually seeks out ways to improve the security of the campus for students, minimizing any risk of injury. To that end, our kindergarten campus at Thong Lor underwent renovation over the holidays to improve student safety over the winter break.
Welcome to the first revised, redesigned student-produced publication for Wells International School. The Seahawk Chronicles picks up where the Wells 85 magazine left off. After a hiatus of many months, the Wells International School publications class is proud to once again have a publication in circulation.
Halloween was a huge success this year! Taking the “Wells Costume Mania” theme very seriously, the students, teachers and some parents came dressed in some surprisingly creative costumes. The day began with an exciting parade in which the students marched around the field several times to the tune of “The Baby Elephant Walk Song,” allowing [...]
Ms. Cecilia Jimenez, a human rights advocate, spoke about the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights to Wells students in the Issues in Society class, directly tying to the school’s service projects.
The Under-19 Lady Seahawks Volleyball team defeated Harrow, Ekamai and Bangkok Patana to win silver at the Ekamai Varsity Invitational Tournament.
The Wells Seahawks held off NIST, Ruamrudee, Bangkok Patana and ISB to seize the U17 Boys and Girls volleyball championships at the annual tournament.
Wells students gave Hawaii camps an international flare when four Seahawk volleyball players joined the world-class summer training camp held at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and coached by the Hall of Famer David Shoji.
In the first of a new series of feature articles, we learn about the long-time headmaster of Wells International School: Mr. Ray de la Peña.
Nine Wells students received awards from the College Board for their exceptionally high performances on the 2012 Advanced Placement exams, including two AP Scholars with Distinction.
Wells students overcame competition from NIST, ICS, KIS and others to become the national champions at the regional round. Carrying their success into the global round, three Wells teams qualified to represent Thailand at the Tournament of Champions at Yale University.