English is the basis of all education. English for junior high students [ภาษา อังกฤษ ม ต้น,  Which is the term in Thai] is necessary to create literate, thoughtful communicators. It can effectively control the language as well as discuss the increasingly complex and information-rich world. Students will refine specific skills and techniques in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and watching and will make extensive use of these skills and techniques as a tool for learning and reflection.


Middle School English 1


This course is mainly for students aged 10-12 who want to work at about the 6th-grade level. The purpose of this class is to focus on the study of grammar, which brings together all the parts of grammar that a student has been learning since their early years. Students’ writing in later secondary school and high school years will be strengthened through the development of strong grammatical skills. Students will also study vocabulary and build confidence through weekly writing.


Middle School English 2


The recommended age for this course is 12-14-year-old students who want to work at about 7th or 8th-grade level. The purpose of this class is to take focused grammar studies from previous middle and elementary English courses and apply them to students’ writing. This class will lay a strong foundation and prepare students for the rigors of high school writing.


Middle school literature


The recommended age for this course is 12-14 years old students. Explore and enjoy great classic literature in the form of fiction, fantasy, biography, short stories, poems, and plays. Students will learn to find the significance of stories through their historical context and literary analysis, guided discussions, engaging activities, historical studies, and creative writing through the application of modern culture and biblical principles.


Students are expected to expand their vocabulary through this English education and develop a mature understanding of the five disciplines of the language industry such as reading, writing, speaking, listening, and watching.