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Marie Anusorn School

Marie Anusorn School
Address
100 Tambon Chum Het, Mueang Buriram District,
Buriram, 31000
Thailand
Information
Type Private school
Established 1982
Director Ekkachai Chinnakhot
Grades Nursery
Kindergarten 1-3
Grade 1–9 (prathom 1-6 and mathayom 1–3)
Gender Coeducational
Enrollment 3,600 + (2013 academic year)
Campus type Suburban
School colour(s) White Blue
Song March Marie Anusorn
Website

Marie Anusorn School (Thai: โรงเรียนมารีย์อนุสรณ์) is a private school located in Buriram Province, Thailand. It admits primary and secondary students. Founded in 1982. The school's former names was "Anuban Marie Anusorn School". The first school principal was Mr. Phayao Maneesup.

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Buriram Pittayakhom School is located at 100 Tambon Chum Het, Muang District, Buriram Province.

The school has more seven buildings: Yoakim, Joseph, Benedik, Dominik, Nicholas and Johnpohn 1-2. Each of which is located separately in the school area, but Yoakim and Joseph have linking bridge.

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