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Upcoming Events

School Events

  • Thursday, March 23 
    • Parenting TCKs - 8:00 AM in the auditorium
    • Gr5 Assembly - 1:45 PM
    • TCK Identity and Relationships - 3:00 PM in the auditorium
  • Friday, March 24 
    • International Prayer Day
    • Worship Night 3:00 PM
    • StuCo Lock-in Event 7:00 PM -7:30 AM
  • See a full calendar of CMIS School Events here.

Athletic Event

  • Tuesday, March 21 
    • Jv Boys Volleyball vs LIST @ CMIS - 4:00 PM
    • Jv Girls Volleyball vs LIST @ LIST - 4:00 PM
  • Wednesday, March 22 
    • U12 Boys Futsal vs NIS @ NIS - 4:00 PM
    • Varsity Boys Volleyball vs NIS @ CMIS - 5:00 PM
  • All competitions begin after school unless otherwise noted.
  • See a full calendar of CMIS Athletic Events here.
  • See CMIS Athletic Practice Schedules here.
Recent Multimedia

CMIS Stories

CMIS features photos and videos in our CMIS Gallery and on our CMIS Social Media Platforms.  Below are some recent highlights.

Parents are invited to come to CMIS and spend time praying throughout the day on Friday, March 24th in the Multipurpose Room which will be converted into a prayer room. After school, at 3:00pm, there will be a Worship Service in the Auditorium. All families are invited to join.

On March 3rd, more than 650 educators participated in the CMCIS PD Day hosted by CMIS. Teachers participated in the sessions facilitated by teachers across Chiang Mai, that included topics such as resilience in education, differentiation, instructional practices and provided time to teachers in similar jobs to connect and share their practices.

- Ms. Cherie


Thank you Mr. Will for the photos:

Azusa Pacific University, a private and evangelical Christian university in Azusa, California and Geneva College, a private Christian college in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania visited CMIS on Monday 27th February. They provided information on their respective universities and the admissions process.
Parents and students can come to Ms. Aon's office for flyers and more information.
- Ms. Aon
On February 25th, the Interact Club went on an exciting day trip to ศูนย์การเรียนรู้ชุมชนชาวไทยภูเขา”แม่ฟ้าหลวง” on the Pha Mon mountain to help renovate the buildings and library of the rural Phamohn school. The students took part in cleaning up the classrooms and teacher’s room as well as building a “green wall” made up of used Chang beer bottles for tourist attraction! Twenty coffee trees were planted from which the beans would be used to make profits for the cafe. It was a worthwhile learning experience! The club will be back again from March 17-18th.
Over the past few weeks, the Interact Club also volunteered at The Wildflower Home, a foundation established to support women and children fleeing from domestic violence. The students contributed by teaching and having activities with the children, painting the gates, and gardening.
We had a great time celebrating Pi Day! Pizza sales raised funds for the Earthquake Relief Fund. Elementary students explored the relationship between the circumference, diameter, and size of a circle resulting in our famous mathematical constant. In our memory challenge, one of our students had 31 digits of pi memorized. Wow! For continued fun with pi, here are some extra activities to do at home. Write your own pi-ku: Crazy pi... is... never ending!
- Ms. Tabitha
CMIS Art students participated in an art exhibition at Chiang Mai University with 7 other Chiang Mai international schools. The goal was to exchange creative ideas and to share an exhibition space with other upcoming artists. Students celebrated each other's artworks and enjoyed showcasing their artwork in a large public venue. We are so proud of our blossoming High School Art students!
- Mr. Will
More photos:
On Friday, February 24th, High School students from Thai and FL classes went to Baan Nok Kok Na farm, located in Sansai district, Chiangmai. Students participated in many activities, learning about Thai local wisdom and lifestyles. Students went to paddy fields to learn how to transplant rice seedlings. They discovered that rice is the most important crop and that rice paddies are the heart of the village’s wealth and well-being. Students also learned to cook traditional roasted chicken with hay, and enjoyed making Som-Tum from organic vegetables. The trip ended with fun and memorable experiences.
- Thai Department
More photos:
Here are photos of the CMIS National History Day winners receiving their medals and trophies. Their projects are competing this week in Singapore in the NHD Regional Finals, with the winners going on to compete in Washington D.C. Go Eagles!
- Mr. Jeremy



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