The school is located at 1162 Thanon Nakornchaisri subdistrict, Dusit district,
. Bangkok Yothinburana School
is a coeducation school and near to the . Chao Phraya River
The brief history of
The original school was built on January 8th 1917 and located on the temple ground of Saphan Sung in Bangsue district. The school then consisted of only two wooden buildings divided into 8 classrooms, 1 meeting room and 1 instructor room and was named “Anuwat Sueksakharn School” by the king RAMA VI. Later the school was crowded by many more students from nearby areas and could not be used any more so finding the new place for the new school was necessary.
The New Place and The New School
The new school was built on December 6th 1934 and opened on June 20th 1935 (The present place). First it was name the
school of Yothinburana
and later was changed to . At the beginning,
it had only 516 boy students and 22 teachers and considered as the school for
boy from Mathayom 1-6; however, it has become the coeducation school since
In 1998, the school was the first one in
which launched English program (teaching in English language) and in 2010, 12
years later it presented another one of the curriculum of Cambridge
or “Yothinburana International Program: YBIP” for the first time in as well. Thailand
How to get to
If you choose land routes for your travel to the school, you have to take number 3, 16, 30, 32, 33, 49, 64, 65, 66, 90, 117 and 505. However, there is another two ways to reach the school, by water and by underground. Taking the former has to get out off at Kiag Kai pier and the latter get out off at Bangsue station and take the bus number 65 to the school.
The interesting places near the school
Dusit Learning Library is the nearest place to
it is northeast of the school. There are also two little further places, Kiag
Kai Pier and Yothinburana School .
The former is the place where you can get out off an express boat to get to the
school whereas the latter is north of the former. Kaewfa
The school phone number: +6622435900