The purpose of this study was to compare the differences between male and female perpetration and victimization cyberbullying experiences at an international middle school in Thailand using the Cyberbullying Experience Survey. Comparisons were also made with teacher’s perceptions of student answers. This study also supplied information on the current situation of cyberbullying experiences among students to the school being researched. Data was collected from 79 middle school students and 11 middle school teachers using a Google Form with a 6-level Likert scale. The results showed low levels of cyberbullying activity throughout the sample. However, extreme experiences were reported by outliers from the sample. Recommendations include grades 1–12 cyberbullying classes, school-wide cyberbullying policy, as well as cyberbullying educational support website where students can get help.