We care about our students’ well-being and future and have academic counselors who offer guidance to students’ academic growth and post-high school plans. We acknowledge the diversity in our school and that our students pursue post-high school options around the world. Therefore, we strive to partner with students one-on-one to discuss their future plans and meet their individual goals whether that’s attending university, taking a gap year, enrolling in the military, participating in an internship, or seeking employment. 


Our academic counselors at GIS strive to provide the following educational planning through guided course selection and assistance with the college application process and financial aid.

Enrolled GIS Students

January | February

March | April

New-To-GIS Students



September | October | November

January | March

By working together, we will work to ensure that every student has the necessary resources to succeed in high school and step with confidence into their futures. For more information, contact the Academic Counselor using the button below or call us at +66-52-088-772.


Grace International School is a post-high school preparatory school with a foundation in the United States educational system. This system grants credits earned for courses successfully passed according to the Carnegie credit allocation system. Grades are determined by teachers in subject courses during the term. Although our curriculum is U.S.-based, we are a Christian international school and seek to meet the needs of our diverse student body. 

GIS seeks to help all our students to be well-educated and prepared to transition to post-high school educational institutions and plans whether in their passport country or wherever they desire to pursue these plans. As a result, students may choose to follow additional recommendations which will best support their plans for education after graduation from GIS. When making an Academic Plan, students will be asked about their post-high school plans to help inform their course options.

At GIS, one credit is equivalent to one year. A semester-long course will earn a student .5 credits. Students need to complete 24 credits in order to earn a Diploma from Grace International School. Full-time enrollment requires a minimum of five instructional classes per semester, Study Hall and Student Aide/Teacher’s Assistant are not instructional classes.

For a full list of required courses and a suggested four-year progression toward the GIS diploma, view our High School Academic Program Handbook.


Whether you are a current student or alumni, you may send in a transcript request for courses, grades, GPA, and college entrance test scores. Visit our transcript request page to fill out the form that applies to you and we will promptly get back to you.