It is important for students to have the opportunity to play an active role and contribute to a community within their school, which allows them to develop skills and talents and acknowledges their successes in a wide range of ways. There are four Houses at St. Andrews, each one named after a hill tribe of northern Thailand. All students who attend St. Andrews Dusit are a member of a ‘house’ and we encourage students to play an active role in its success.

The St. Andrews Dusit House System has a number of key aims:

  • Promote personal development
  • Encourage team spirit
  • Assist the development of an increased sense of community and belonging
  • Create a means to reward all students for their personal achievements and supports the reward system
  • Encourage inter-year group friendships
  • Promote a healthy sense of competition
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Support the IB learner profiles