Thai Japanese Association School – Sriracha campus is a reputed Japanese school in Chonburi. This school is a predecessor of the Itamiya Japanese elementary school of Taisho and is affiliated to the Thai Japanese Association School of Bangkok, the oldest Japanese school in the world that was originally founded in 1926.
The Thai Japanese Association School in the Chonburi province was opened in 2009 and currently has around 450 students. The school can be found in the port city of Chonburi Sriracha, enveloped by the verdant natural countryside and not too far from the Laem Chabang import/ export port, and about one and a half hours out from the Suvarnabhumi international airport in Bangkok.
The school follows an education objective of ingenuity and willingness to learn. It wants its students to look after themselves, and others, and see the goodness of people.
It places great importance on the importance of physical education and encourages its students to have an open mind and think with an international mindset. The school also offers extensive facilities to students such as an art room, science laboratory, music room, computer room, library, conference room, playground and gymnasium.
Thai Japanese Association School – Sriracha caters to students in the primary and middle school levels. This hybrid school follows the Japanese national curriculum, but thanks to cooperation with the Parents Teachers Association, school volunteers, and the Chonburi Rayong Japanese Association (along with a few other key parties)- the school has successfully infused ideas takes from the Thai surroundings, and has conducted multiple cultural exchanges with local junior and elementary in the neighbourhood.
In this school, students can come to realise self-fulfilment through activities such as the ability to select and decide self-career courses to think about what they truly want. Thus, the school believes in empowering their students to make positive decisions for themselves.