St. Andrew's School, Brunei

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St. Andrew's School

St. Andrew's School is a private, co-educational[improper synthesis?] school in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei,[1] located opposite Pusar Ulak Primary School.[citation needed]


The educational institution was founded as an Anglican school in January 1956 by Canon Paul Chong En Siong, as a primary school with 70 students and 3 teachers.[2] It was the first Anglican school in Brunei. Until 1964 it was based in a church vicarage.[2] That year it moved to its current locations, a site donated by Dato Paduka Ong Kim Kee.[2] The school introduced Computer Studies classes in 1995.[2]


  1. ^ "Admissions | St.Andrew's School". Retrieved 2020-05-13.
  2. ^ a b c d "History | St.Andrew's School". Retrieved 2020-05-13.

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Coordinates: 4°54′N 114°56′E / 4.9°N 114.94°E / 4.9; 114.94