History of the  School

Princess Chulabhorn’s College Mukdahan (PCCM) was established on the 4th day of April 1994 according to the directive given by the Ministry of Education to commemorate the auspicious occasion during the Thirty sixth (36th) birthday anniversary of “Her Royal Highness” Princess Chulabhorn. The purpose of the establishment is to promote the development of learning activities in sciences, mathematics and technology. Likewise, it aims to be a model of secondary schools for training students on morality and ethics, so as to enable them to become independent citizens in the society. Students enrolled are from seven provinces, namely: Ubon Ratchathani, Amnat Charoen, Roi-et, Nakhon Phanom, Yasothon, Kalasin and Mukdahan.

        In 2010, the school was selected by the OBEC for Education Hub Program according to the development of Thailand project and started to accept students for M1 and M4 levels.

Academic year 2012 was the full operation/implementation of Education Hub Program because the grade levels from M1 to M6 was completed. At present, PCCM becomes the Regional Science School.

Education Hub

The Office of Basic Education Commission (OBEC), Ministry of Education has developed the “High Performing Schools” project to improve and develop teaching and learning to meet international standards. Initially, to support school infrastructure, provide Resource Centers, organize professional development activities, support learning and teaching materials from overseas, and develop a curriculum to ensure the concept of ASEAN awareness. The preferable student characteristics should include;

Thus, OBEC has conducted continuous research on “High Performing Schools” in order to be a preferable student destination among ASEAN community in the near future. For that reason, OBEC has chosen Princess Chulabhorn’s College Mukdahan to provide Science-Mathematics Bilingual curriculum. The program strengthens academic and focus on ASEAN studies, IT and use English as medium of instruction.


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