About the program
At The American School of Bangkok Green Valley Campus, our purpose is to develop student-athletes physically, mentally and emotionally with a focus on mindfulness, self-discipline and leadership. By helping to build character in our students, we give opportunities at both the recreational and competitive levels in all age groups, the PE and Athletics department would like to help promote all ASB students to become active and mindful members of their community.
ASBGV is committed to the holistic development of all students. We achieve this by teaching PE using the Shape America and Common Core American Curriculums. Physical education significantly contributes to students’ well-being; therefore, it is an instructional priority for ASBGV and an integral part of our students’ educational experience. High-quality physical education instruction contributes to good health, develops fundamental and advanced motor skills, improves students’ self-confidence, and provides opportunities for increased levels of physical fitness that are associated with high academic achievement.
Our passionate coaches promise to be proud mentors and role models for your child. They will motivate and inspire students to be healthy, mindful members of our community. We want all our student-athletes to develop strong resolve and character.
The athletic program at the American School of Bangkok Green Valley continues to grow and excel in Bangkok and at other International events. ASBGV’s teams play numerous league/friendly games and tournaments against other International Schools and Thai Schools while also competing in the Bangkok International Schools’ Athletic Conference (BISAC) at the U11, U13, U15, Junior Varsity and Varsity levels.
We want to encourage ALL STUDENTS to sign up for athletics and after school programs! Whether your child is continuing their athletic career or they are new to sports, it is a great opportunity for them to stay active while developing strong relationships.
For any ASB Athletics questions, please contact Paul Stoddart at [email protected].