Satriwitthaya 2 School

Satriwitthaya 2 School

Infobox School2
name = Satriwitthaya 2 School

established = 1975
type = Public school
grades = 7–12
head_name = Director
head = Cherdchai Palaniwat(เชิดชัย พลานิวัติ)
city = Bangkok
country = Thailand
students = 5,500(approx.)
school_colors = White & Red
school's emblem = Bullet wood flower
school's anthem = Sw2's March
website =

Satriwitthaya 2 school(โรงเรียนสตรีวิทยา 2), with 5500 students, is the biggest high school in Thailand.

Early days

Satriwitthaya 2 School was christened by Somdet Phra Srinagarindra Boromarajajonani(สมเด็จพระศรีนครินทราบรมราชชนนี), Her Royal Highness the Princess Mother, the patron of the school. Located at 47 Moo 2 Sukhondhasawat Road Lardprao District Bangkok. The school has a total area of 80 Rai 45 wa2, 24 of which was donated by Mrs.Long Waisali(นางหลง ไว้สาลี, 17 from Ms.Soon Panichheng(นางสาวสุ่น พานิชเฮง) and the rest was rented from Rongphrayabarnsong (literally means Monk Hospital) Foundation.

The school was founded by Lady Bunjuea Chaiyapat(คุณหญิงบุญเจือ ไชยภัฏ), a former director of Satriwitthaya School. When the school was founded in 1975, there was just an empty field with no road access. Nevertheless, the first 4 buildings were completed in 1 year. Mrs. Sommhai Aimsombhat(นางสมหมาย เอมสมบัติ) was the first school director.

Satriwitthaya 2 was officially opened on 17 May 1975 by using the sermon hall of Sakornsunprachasun Temple(วัดสาครสุ่นประชาสรรค์) as the temporary classroom. The first group was 277 students and 13 teachers.

External links

* [ School website]
* [ SW2 Band]

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