Champion Learning Centre is located near the Moei River, which is the border between Thailand and Burma/Myanmar. It opened in 2006 as a night school and transitioned into
a day school in May 2012. Students at Champion learn English, Burmese, Mathematics, History and Science.
Surrounded by houses and factories, Champion is in a quiet and safe environment. Their parents are Burmese, and they have moved in Thailand for safety and employment. As the area around the school mainly consists of factories and farms, most parents work close to this school. It is not uncommon for parents to come to the school at lunchtime to eat with their child during their own lunch break from work.Champion has its own truck that is used to collect and drop off students who do not live within a walking distance from school. Transportation allows more students to get an education, because without it education can be an impossible option for parents.
There is only a small amount of land around the school buildings, meaning there is limited space for children to play.
Champion is a school that puts a strong emphasis on students’ well-being and happiness. Children enjoy learning from vibrant and young teachers who are dedicated to furthering their teaching skills for the good of their students.