Satri Si Suriyothai School is a public school for girls offering secondary education from Mathayom 1 through 6. It was founded in 1922 and was named after Queen Suriyothai of Thailand. It was awarded as an “Excellent School: from the Office of the Basic Education Commission in 2005 and chosen as the “Best Practice School” in facilitating and helping students from the Thai Productivity Institute in 2006. Satri Si Suriyothai School was also awarded as Bangkok’s most energy-saving and environment-friendly school from 2008 to present. To date, the school has an enrollment of approximately 2,000 female students and it is located ion Charoen Krung Road in Sathorn: a short walk to Saphan Taksin BTS station.
Satri Si Suriyothai school offers a Full English Program (EP) that consists of Math, Science, English Literature, History, and Health. Currently one grade level, Mathayom 1, is being taught at Suksanari School. The classrooms are fitted with dedicated air conditioners and LCD projectors. The number of students per class typically has a maximum of 35 students.