Princess Chulabhorn’s College Mukdan is a public school located in Tambon Bangsai Yai, Muang District, Mukdahan Province, Thailand. It admits lower-upper secondary students from 8 provinces, including Ubon Ratchathani, Amnat Charoen, Roi-et, Nakhon Phanom, Yasothon, Kalasin, Mahasarakham, and Mukdahan. The school was established on 4th April, 1994 according to the directive of the Ministry of Education to commemorate the auspicious occasion of Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn’s thirty-sixth birthday anniversary and the purpose of the establishment is to promote the development of learning activities in science, mathematics and technology and to promote a model of secondary school for training students on morality and ethics, and to enable them to become independent for the benefits of society.
The school occupies 92 Rai and shares borders with Ban Dan Kham and Ban Nong Hoi, Tambon Bangsai Yai, Muang District, Mukdahan Province.
In 1995, the school admitted lower and upper secondary students (Mattayom 1 and 4) and provided instruction at Mukdahan School for the Deaf.
In Semester II 1995, the school moved from Mukdahan School for the Deaf to Princess Chulabhorn’s College Mukdahan.
In 2009, the Office of Basic Educational Commission gave the directive for PCCM to be a regional science school in accordance with the master curriculum of Mahidol Wittayanusorn School.
In 2010, the school was selected by the OBEC for Education Hub according to the development of the Thailand Project. The school opened levels M1 and M4 for the first year of the Program.
Former director: Mr. Rungrot Unchai
Present director: Sweg Klangprapan