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Rajini Foundation School
We are school who provides formal education. We aim to create a community where students can focus on learning, discover themselves and achieve their utmost potential. We welcome students between age of 12-18 years for boarding school as well as day-school.
- Develop educational innovation for female students to be social leaders with moral ethics who are Thai culturally humble and possess leading competencies to adjust to continuous changing context.
- Maintain and promote art and culture.
- Develop quality management system which is aligned with good governance.
Our main mission is comprised of (Key Result Area):
Mature our students
Teach and mature our students to be good and competent
Build exceptional curriculum
Develop and update curriculum and educational innovation continuously
Initiate useful activities
Arrange additional activities in addition to classroom knowledge.
Engage with community
Promote community involvement. Serve and help the community.
Queen Prasripatcharindara (known as Somdet Phra Nang Chao Saowapha Phongsi Praborommarachininat, queen of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) of Thailand, had envisioned the importance of education for Thai females and established first school for girls “Rajini School” since 1 April 1904.
After that, Princess Valaya Alongkorn, Princess of Phetchaburi, the daughter of King Rama V, had established “Rajinibon School” since 17 May 1929.
In 1941, Somdetch Phra Phan Vassa Ayika Chao (known as Sri Savarindira or Savang Vadhana) had established Rajini Foundation with the objective to administer the business of both Rajini and Rajinibon Schools. She had set the academic ideal for girls to be skillful in household affairs at professional level, to be able to read both Thai and English and can deliver understandable writings to others. Girls are to be trained morally, ethically and are groomed with fine etiquette.
Many years later, the project of Queen’s 3rd school was initiated by Princess Suthasirisopha, President of Rajini Foundation Committee at that time, to build the school on the bank of Bangpakong River. The beautiful scenery is similar to the iconic location of Rajini and Rajinibon schools on the bank of Chaophraya River.
At the initiation of the project, former students of Rajini and Rajinibon schools had donated the land equal to 51 rais (1 rai equals to 0.3954 acres) and had bought additional land in total of 223 rais to build the school. Currently, Rajini Foundation School has been built in the boundaries of around 100 rais.
The construction of Rajini Foundation School started in 2017 and completed in October 2018. The school commenced its first academic year in 2019 with English Program, as designated by the Board of Rajini Foundation. The purposeful reason was for the 3rd school to be differentiated from Rajini and Rajinibon Schools.
The Rajini Foundation School welcomes students from around the country and increases opportunity for local students to access good and standardized education. Rajini Foundation School has continued the vision of our founders to educate young female students and equip them with proper feminine behaviors, etiquette and politeness.