Buildings and Amenities
The Campus was subject to different constructions between 2011 and 2013 thanks to our sponsors:
Angkor Borei Center
The three story building shelters the programs of Social Communication, IT, and Office Administration, as well as the male students’ residence known as Phnom Kulen Men Center. Donors from Germany funded the construction, while the audiovisual studios were sponsored by Stichting Scholenproject Cambodja ‘Rotterdam’ and the Wilde Ganzen Foundation.
Don Rua Youth Center
The old building was renovated thanks to the support of Stichting Scholenproject Cambodja ‘Rotterdam’ and the Wilde Ganzen Foundation to create the Don Rua Youth Hostel, the European Patent Office (office for hospitality teachers), and the school cafeteria.
Staff Salesian House
The Salesian House is a building located in the middle of the Campus that was built in 2000. During this second development, it has been modified to accommodate longer term personnel. Currently, it has seven rooms used for special visitors/volunteers.
Piet de Visser Banteay Srei Hostel for Women
Mr. Piet de Visser and his Foundation for Cambodia sponsored the construction of a hostel for young female students and teachers. The house was finished at the beginning of 2013. Currently, it is under construction of four more rooms and a study room for the female students sponsored by Misereor, Germany. The hostel can accommodate 60 women in a safe and academic environment, giving more opportunities to Cambodian young women to get the necessary skills for a better future.
Don Bosco Kep Farm
The farm has been supported by Don Bosco Bonn with the purpose of having a self-sustained school by producing food and providing related training to young people. In 2014 the farm was transferred to a new piece of land and in its place was built the Don Bosco Kep Kindergarten (DBKK).
The name honors the city of Medellín, Colombia, because the person who sponsored its construction and equipment comes from that city. She prefers to remain anonymous. The laundry is also a way of sustainability and a space for training the students in housekeeping.
SokSan Site Center
The name means “Peace Center” and it honors the SokSan Refugee Camp in Thailand during the war, where Don Bosco developed seven technical schools for the Cambodian young refugees. The building shelters the Electrical Department. It needs a second floor, currently under planning.
One of the oldest buildings is now dedicated to the Hospitality & Turism program. It is also the base for the Solar Plant.