SC Students visiting Angkor Wat
All over the world, children are a powerful force in their communities. When they have opportunities to improve their lives, everyone benefits. Families eat better. They stay healthy. And in the end, entire nations are in a better position to prosper economically.
|Our students reading books in the library|
For most of our students, this is the first trip they have taken away from their homes, and this is their first opportunity to visit the cultural and historical heart of their own country of Cambodia.
|92 students and 25 teachers went on the study tour this year|
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An Educational Field Trip to the Temples of Angkor Wat
|Students and teachers in front of Angkor Wat|
|Students and teachers at the West Baray|
|Students and teachers at Banteay Srey|
|Students and teachers at the Cultural Village|
|Students and teachers at the Kunlen Mountain|
|Group Discussion Activities|
|Our students and teachers at the Ta Prohm|
|Our students Meak Danick (left) and Huy Ravychivorn (right)|
|Our student Tob Darin and a foreigner at Angkor Wat|