ABOUT DHAMMAJARINEE WITTHAYA STUDENTS 
 

The girls who enroll in Dhammajarinee Witthaya School (DWS) have many challenges. Some are orphans. Others come from broken homes. Some have been unsuccessful at other schools. Each year, new girls come in with diverse problems. Through the quality innovative education and caring environment of Dhammajarinee, these girls are soon on par with other students in their grade.

 

Keeping girls in school who are from problem and poverty backgrounds, is both a challenge and a victory. Beyond their mere attendance, it is inspiring to see how these girls excel. DWS students have won and regional and national awards, often placing first.

More moving and important than any award is what the opportunity to go to school means to each individual girl. Hear directly in the stories below what DWS means to the girls.


DHAMMAJARINEE WITTHAYA STUDENT STORIES
 

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Suja is a graduate of the Dhammajarinee Whitthaya School who now teaches Chinese language classes.

 

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Chalita loves the sincere friends and caring teachers at Dhammjarinee Whitthaya School. 

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Wasana says that coming to Dhammajarinee Witthaya School was a dream come true for her.

 

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Usaa likes how friendly people are at Dhammajarinee Witthaya School.

Click here and listen as she tells us about the school and her plans for the future.

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Thanatch says coming to the Dhammajarinee Whitthaya School gave her a special opportunity.

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Thanatch says coming to the Dhammajarinee Whitthaya School gave her a special opportunity.

Click here and hear her story