History of Suksa

Srithammarat Suksa is a Christian school that was first built in 1901 by a group of American Presbyterian missionaries. In the early days, the school was called “The American College for Boys”. It was a small school and only boys were able to attend classes. In 1941, the old name of the school was changed from “The American School for Boys” to Sithammaratwittaya School in order to suit the local and social ethics of the time. However many people referred to the school as “American Mission College” , thus the name “AMC” has been, and still is used when referring to the school. Over the course of the last 100+ years, the school has grown into a co-educational institution of more than 5000 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12. The Main Thai school website is www.sss.ac.th (If you want more insight on that!)