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VelexBoy
post Jul 15 2008, 01:40 AM


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Hello All
Wondering which are those best secondary schools in klang valley. Any idea?

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QUOTE(VelexBoy @ Jul 15 2008, 01:40 AM)
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Wondering which are those best secondary schools in klang valley. Any idea?
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Perhaps sri kl in subang ss15? But its expensive... smile.gif
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Chinese school or ?
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post Jul 15 2008, 01:52 AM


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Yea wat kind of secondary school are u looking for? Government? Private? International? rubbish? *lol*
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post Jul 15 2008, 01:57 AM


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sori my bad! govern or private...
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post Jul 15 2008, 03:02 AM


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well it varies from area to area, klang is big, but im from damansara area, but recently i heard of this school in klang klang, called STAR acronym though supposed to be the best in klang, as for the rest, chinese schools like chung hwa produce good students but usually arent dynamic.

private schools like sri kdu, cempaka and kl would be good, but based on records wms and sri cempaka drill their students like mad on spm preps and wms had like 70% of student popullation get 10 a's or something lie that
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post Jul 15 2008, 03:10 AM


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u mean Wesley Methodist School for wms? how is Catholic High School?
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post Jul 15 2008, 09:19 AM


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Chinese independent school, Chong Hwa Independent in Jalan Ipoh is the best
Chinese gov school, Catholic HIgh school in PJ is the best...

Private school mostly cater rich people, like Sri KL, Sri Garden, Wesley Methodist....all are good in term of quality

Others like Victoria Institution, St John, Convent Bk Nanas, MBS, MGS...all are famous
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post Jul 15 2008, 09:24 AM


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post Jul 15 2008, 09:35 AM


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I was from Wesley Methodist School... err. 70% got 10A and above? Dont think so..
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post Jul 15 2008, 09:41 AM


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SMK SEAFIELD!
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post Jul 15 2008, 09:43 AM


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Catholic High School in PJ. smile.gif
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post Jul 15 2008, 09:45 AM


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sm damansara jaya is good too ^^ for a public school.
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post Jul 15 2008, 09:58 AM


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Best Private School
1. Garden International School
2. Alice Smith

Best Public School
1. Chong Kwok (If your kid is good enough, there's an afternoon session where they teach Singaporean syallubus in English)

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post Jul 15 2008, 10:08 AM


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post Jul 15 2008, 10:40 AM


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Public School
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SAM BESTARI USJ 5

Private School
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SKDU (like university + Putrajaya)

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post Jul 15 2008, 10:44 AM


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Public School:

SMK Aminuddin Baki. Why? Top 10 list on PMR and SPM result among schools in malaysia... brows.gif
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post Jul 15 2008, 11:40 AM


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I;m from wesley methodist school, they make you do lotza work alright, but its not a school where u can just walk in just because you want too, they have a quota of students they take in and everyone has to take an entry exam. I was fighting with 5 ppl for juz one place. If you enter at the start of the year.its probably 1k for 300 places? smthing like that. But the school itself is good, we study hard and we play hard as well smile.gif
Relatively cheaper than most private schools, pretty strict compare to goverment school.. close to 0% fighting,smoking.
Downside is get caught speaking mandarin or indian and you off to detention class!
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post Jul 15 2008, 11:52 AM


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QUOTE(nonexno @ Jul 15 2008, 09:58 AM)
Best Private School
1. Garden International School
2. Alice Smith

Best Public School
1. Chong Kwok (If your kid is good enough, there's an afternoon session where they teach Singaporean syallubus in English)
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Isnt it Chung Kwok is primary school???

SMK seafiled is good too..look at their Cheerleader team on 8TV... rclxms.gif
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post Jul 15 2008, 12:22 PM


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QUOTE(mfa333 @ Jul 15 2008, 10:44 AM)
Public School:

SMK Aminuddin Baki. Why? Top 10 list on PMR and SPM result among schools in malaysia... brows.gif
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it's public.. but controlled by JPWPKL

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post Jul 15 2008, 12:35 PM


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Obviously, Catholic High School in PJ is the best... tongue.gif

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post Jul 16 2008, 09:26 PM


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public school:
Catholic High School (Jln Gasing)

private school:
(i think usually they're made up of brats and rich kids but of course there are good students here but few and not necessary to go private school sleep.gif)
i have prejudice against private schools so i'm not listing any

chinese independent school:
Chung Hwa Independent School (Jln Ipoh)

other national schools:
sekolah bintang utara (used to be part of BBGS)
victoria's institution (smk victoria)
st. john's
convent bukit nanas
-- all benchmark schools. their exams usually passing % is 100%

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post Jul 17 2008, 02:26 AM


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QUOTE(VelexBoy @ Jul 15 2008, 02:40 AM)
Hello All
Wondering which are those best secondary schools in klang valley. Any idea?
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post Jul 17 2008, 02:31 AM


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SM Damansara Jaya...old skool

private school are for pricks who spends $$$ like water...
real people learn from their mistakes and not pay their way through.
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post Jul 17 2008, 06:53 PM


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post Jul 17 2008, 07:02 PM


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MBS....coz my mom is there...
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post Jul 17 2008, 09:43 PM


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I think most people will say that their school is the best.
How do we actually define that a school is " good " ?
By having the most number of straight A students ?

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post Jul 17 2008, 10:25 PM


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QUOTE(mentos09 @ Jul 17 2008, 06:53 PM)
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Isnt that in penang?
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post Jul 17 2008, 10:33 PM


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QUOTE(impreza.s202 @ Jul 17 2008, 02:31 AM)
SM Damansara Jaya...old skool

private school are for pricks who spends $$$ like water...
real people learn from their mistakes and not pay their way through.
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Nope, I disagree with that.

Private schools are the only hope for those seeking English education in the country of Malaysia.
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post Jul 18 2008, 01:25 AM


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i think chs,pj is a good choice

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post Jul 18 2008, 09:42 PM


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Define your type of best school..........academic wise?good teachers?excellent commodities?near your hse.............klang valley whoa is big!
well gov school i personally went to BBBS(beside filem negara)........and overall good teachers can be found at this ex-missionary cum gov schools like BB/LaSalle/CHS/Assunta/Vic/St.john............but most retired already sad.gif .....but i heard USJ4/DJ school is a great place to study......private from experience yeah all spoilt brats tongue.gif........but overall the student must make the choice cs he/she going to dat school.........

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post Jul 18 2008, 09:56 PM


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QUOTE(cherriedpie @ Jul 16 2008, 09:26 PM)
public school:
Catholic High School (Jln Gasing)

private school:
(i think usually they're made up of brats and rich kids but of course there are good students here but few and not necessary to go private school sleep.gif)
i have prejudice against private schools so i'm not listing any

chinese independent school:
Chung Hwa Independent School (Jln Ipoh)

other national schools:
sekolah bintang utara (used to be part of BBGS)
victoria's institution (smk victoria)
st. john's
convent bukit nanas
-- all benchmark schools. their exams usually passing % is 100%
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I noticed the old school in KL, VI, St John, Convent, MBS, MGS...all are not co ed school.
but agree with the list...
However, school in Subang, damansara or those student who have a good backgorund definatley perform better.

If you compare school in Setpak, Klang, Jinjang, Sentul....who studnet are form middle lower class certainly have more problem and thus performance is not as good as peer from damansara or PJ or SUbang...

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post Jul 20 2008, 06:17 PM


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post Jul 20 2008, 10:17 PM


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From what I know in terms of academic results...

Gov:
SMK Damansara Jaya
Catholic High School (Chinese)
SMK Convent Bukit Nanas
SMK Seafield
SMK Subang Utama
Victoria Institution
SMK Aminuddin Baki

Private:
Sri KDU
Sri Cempaka

Independant Chinese:
Chong Hwa

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post Jul 20 2008, 10:24 PM


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Based on my experience,for best academic should be SAB la,

for balanced curicullum(sport) and academic should be SMK Cochrane Perkasa(tallest school in KL tongue.gif) but the facilities not good as other controlled school.but its new school cant expect much la tongue.gif

for private,I suggest u to go Sri Garden for academic result(if u wish to do the gomen exam like PMR/SPM etc)


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post Jul 20 2008, 10:26 PM


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Victoria Institution is a good choice.
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QUOTE(Cristiano-Ronaldo-7 @ Jul 15 2008, 03:02 AM)
well it varies from area to area, klang is big, but im from damansara area, but recently i heard of this school in klang klang, called STAR acronym though supposed to be the best in klang, as for the rest, chinese schools like chung hwa produce good students but usually arent dynamic.

private schools like sri kdu, cempaka and kl would be good, but based on records wms and sri cempaka drill their students like mad on spm preps and wms had like 70% of student popullation get 10 a's or something lie that
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woot woot...I am from Chung Hwa Klang(government ones)........

Btw....maybe Kwang Hwa...their headmaster n teachers really top clas..their form 5 got 10++ classes....ard 14 n above...

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QUOTE(Erroniouz @ Jul 20 2008, 10:26 PM)
Victoria Institution is a good choice.
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but social its quite spoiled,many gay there lol biggrin.gif
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Haha.
Well can't pridict nowdays.
Gays are everywhere.
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y dun check on thos sch that have been recognized as cluster school ?
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What about my current schl Catholic High School , PJ ?
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post Jul 24 2008, 02:31 PM


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Actually Smk Seafield is a good school. thank God i'm in the right one.

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QUOTE(xeroxphan @ Jul 15 2008, 12:35 PM)
Obviously, Catholic High School in PJ is the best... tongue.gif

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QUOTE(lejoant @ Jul 18 2008, 01:25 AM)
i think chs,pj is a good choice
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QUOTE(?GLyCogEn? @ Jul 23 2008, 02:45 PM)
What about my current schl Catholic High School , PJ ?
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high five, high five smile.gif

hahaha. CHS rocks. i used to hate it though, strict discipline yada yada. socks must be more than 2cm above your ankle. eesh.
but at least you don't have cases like students hurting other ppl. icon_rolleyes.gif
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catholic high school,pj

currently studying form 4 there.academic wise is definitely better thn any government school in the area,same goes to discipline.
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seems like there's a lot of chs supporters here ey. lol.
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SMK Seafield! rclxms.gif

Anyone here from Seafield other than me?
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Many good schools there in Klang Valley.
But mostly city students lifestyle.

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post Jul 25 2008, 11:48 AM


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Best school in Klang Valley? Simple:

SMK Sri Cempaka Cheras.

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Although I am not from CHS, and have grads 10 yrs ago...I still envy those who make it into CHS...a good school plus u learn Mandarin fro free...
good in activities ad well...
BUt again, PJ is middle class area and that is one of the reason CHS or other school in PJ area is better than school in Sentul, Gombak, JInjang..


Paid so much money for a Private school liek SRi Cempaka..of course the facilities are excellent
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definitely Sekolah Sri KDU

+ it's an IBO school
+ u get to enroll in the IB Diploma in September of your fifth form (thus saving 1 year)
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QUOTE(TwoThirdsMajority @ Jul 25 2008, 12:48 PM)
Best school in Klang Valley? Simple:

SMK Sri Cempaka Cheras.

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definitely Sekolah Sri KDU

+ it's an IBO school
+ u get to enroll in the IB Diploma in September of your fifth form (thus saving 1 year)
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QUOTE(Benjamin911 @ Jul 17 2008, 10:33 PM)
Nope, I disagree with that.

Private schools are the only hope for those seeking English education in the country of Malaysia.
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For public school, in my opinion is my school SMK Damansara Jaya, I'm from there, but I'm not gonna talk about it because I was from that school, but from my point of view after being there for 5 years and actually I was not originally from a damansara area primary school, and also cause from what I see about other schools around PJ area. and My mom used to be a teacher at another school and i have some other connections as well on these school things. I came to damansara jaya school cause i heard its good when during my primary school.

Strengths:
1. Compare to other schools, our grade for getting an "A" in school exams, is always 80%, especially for PMR (SPM I don't remember), even though the real percentage to get an "A" for the real PMR exam is 70% or 75%, our school exam can only get A if 80% and above. Other schools stick to the 70%, including nearby schools like damansara utama (I have people I know that are from damansara Utama). Because i believe that most of the students from SMKDJ can get more than 70% (when they study).

2. Students in my school are quite all rounders. If you look at school competitions for the past few years, like cheerleading, or debate competitions, we win quite a lot i think lately for the past few years. (Older days i dunno). Cheerleading = Winner for 2005, 2007 and i think there was 1 more year that we won, forgot. The rest I think we 1st runner up or 2nd runner up, around there. Debates, i dont know much, but i heard we got win also. I have friends and know ppl who involve in mssd or cocuriculum who are good in those and their academics as well.

3. We have quite balance type of students from rich, to poor and middle classes. The teacher have mentioned in the past that compare to other schools nearby actually, our statistics could be higher, but we have the poorer students from the kampung kayu ara who most of them are not really the study type lah, cuz of their family background (its related to the science of sociology, im not discriminating poor ppl), cuz most ppl tend to repeat what their family did in the past. Most rich kids will stay rich, middle class kids stay middle class, and poor people stay poor, unless they take a lot of effort to change their path of life. But despite that, we still manage to maintain good standard.

4. There is very little racial bias or discrimination. Even though the school is predominantly chinese, but you won't really find people who mix around with their own race only. Most student group or aka "gang" there is multiracial, especially as the classes go higher. But the people in the lower classes still do interact with one race to another. In some batch there are stereotypes there or aka "social cliques", but there are still at least 1 or 2 person from other race in most of those cliques and people do still interact with other races despite the existence of these cliques. Sometimes the cliques are made up of combined races, depends. You can also see quite a number of couples made out of different races despite the fact that the school is predominantly chinese. Got quite a number of mix-raced borned kids also like ma-chi and chindian lol, mostly the mix comprised of malaysian races la i think.

5. We probably don't have the best facilities, but we have the necessary needed facilities.

6. Discipline is not the best but still considered quite good.

7. SMDJ might not give the best in terms of quality of some things compared to private schools, but students here are made out of people from rich to poor, so students deals with people from rich to poor, which is a great exposure, because in the real world, there will be people whom are rich and poor, and you would need to have the skills to interact with all types of people. to be successful in the real world.

8. Most teachers do their job properly, no complaints.

9. Very little gangsterism, nowadays probably even more less or no more already.

10. It is a mix school, meaning got boys and girls.

11. The Location of the school, if talking about the Whole Klang Valley, in my opinion the location of the school is very strategic as it is located in the heart of Petaling Jaya. And I'm sure that we all know Petaling Jaya is a very convenient place to live in, everything is here...LRT, taxis, buses, colleges, universities and according to Prime Minister Tun Mahathir Mohamed = The land in Petaling Jaya is the most expensive in Malaysia, thats what my mom told me, when it's in the heart of petaling jaya, the land is obviously very expensive. Famous shopping malls nearby also like 1utama and the curve (but these are also accessible to all the damansara and bandar utama schools)

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1. There are existence of social cliques in some batch that widens the gap of interactions between students. Stuff like the ones you see in those american high school movies, some of these students are quite immature and watches way too much american high school movies and get influenced so easily rclxub.gif . Wanna mix with cool people only la, popular people only la, this that la. rclxub.gif But I think the batch they have there nowadays less of these stuffs, from my experience. Most other schools in Malaysia don't really have this type of problem.

2. The school is great academically and in cocuriculum so some students will be very sombong to people because they think they're damn good already due to the school's reputation. Some of them are also sombong because they come from rich families.

3. We don't have a good football team lol. Well, during my batch at least, the rest i dont know.

4. Most students that are not malay don't have fluent command of malay when they speak which is a good tool that can be used in future and it makes them less Malaysian because of that when compared to students from other government public schools (but in exam they do very well for BM....but their spoken malay are still understandable la, just not the best compared to some schools in KL who have non-malay students speaking fluent malay).

5. Because of weakness no.1, some students from the affected batches don't really have good social skills compared to students of other school and it can really affect their future because in the real workplace you would need to interact with everyone of different background and etc.

6. The School is predominantly chinese, which is not balanced compared to schools like Sultan Abdul Samad and my primary school. The Chinese students will somehow have less skills and less exposure to interact with other races since they have a lot of people of their own race there, which will be quite a big loss when they get out into the real world. But the chinese students there so far mixes with other races as well, just not as good as some other balanced race school.

Well, these are just the things I can share. So far I think SMKDJ's strength is because of it's all-rounderness. We are the best in academics like those chinese schools, or the best in cocuriculum like some schools or the best in terms of quality in facilities or teaching like private schools, but we do pretty well in all of those, thats all. icon_rolleyes.gif

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There're great schools in PJ I'm sure but when it comes to the vast area of Kepong/Segambut, only 1 school stands out - SMK Kepong Baru, can't believe no one mentioned my school! We were one of the best government schools in KL for SPM and STPM 2003 and still producing great results after i graduated.

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DJ is average honestly. a lot of schools in suburbs are just like that.
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u been in DJ meh? like which school in suburbs are u talking about ? explain in detail please
cause you have to know, I have connections with the people who handles all these schools stuff. brows.gif So I know which is good tongue.gif (in my area la at least), I was from primary school from different part of PJ, went to DJ secondary because of sources tongue.gif . but of course academically we're not as great as the chinese school. I'm just saying all-rounderness. Cause so far, I havent heard of much other schools winning trophies for big sporting events like cheer, with the percentage of "A" is at 80% for PMR, etc etc all the balanceness, cause I have people i know from damansara utama, the closest school, but they didn't have those, their A is 70% or 75% and I have tuition friends from other schools in areas nearby, most of their schools exam seems easier to score, like sri aman, add maths so easy my friend score A or B, while people in the smart classes in DJ, quite a large number fail, biology also, our teachers gave hard questions for exams. Even when I go to tuition in a different area nearby, things taught are a little different, less complicated than school. If you know any other schools like this, please let me know, just for extra information, i haven't been to the suburbs of PJ btw icon_rolleyes.gif

but the thing I know is that, 80% of people in PJ would definitely know SMKDJ, but 80% of people from SMKDJ would not really know about schools in the suburbs, no offense, but to me if there are really good schools out there in the suburbs, I'm sure a lot of people in DJ would know about them. But instead its the people outside that knows about DJ usually brows.gif tongue.gif

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public school:
Catholic High School (Jln Gasing)

private school:
(i think usually they're made up of brats and rich kids but of course there are good students here but few and not necessary to go private school sleep.gif)
i have prejudice against private schools so i'm not listing any

chinese independent school:
Chung Hwa Independent School (Jln Ipoh)

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sekolah bintang utara (used to be part of BBGS)
victoria's institution (smk victoria)
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i'm sorry but its SMK Seri Bintang Utara.. and its not used to be PART of BBGS.. it was indeed BBGS tongue.gif
i graduate high school from SBU though.. but but i think the standard is falling year by year..

as for CBN, i used to study there when i was form 1 and 2.. surely, their pmr & spm results are not bad.. but in fact, most of them, their maths sucks.. and always fail.. so, i'm just wondering.. where those 100% passes come from..
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QUOTE(nikeshock @ Sep 14 2008, 06:51 PM)
smk seksyen 9 shah alam ( sekolah harapan negeri selangor )
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smks9 is the best? hell no. even though i completed my secondary studies there. might b the best in shah alam only. sweat.gif
so many schools claimed to b the best (without proper proofs or statistics). but in the end, even a good student from a good school could b one of university dropouts. shit happens everywhere! laugh.gif

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i'm sorry but its SMK Seri Bintang Utara.. and its not used to be PART of BBGS.. it was indeed BBGS  tongue.gif
i graduate high school from SBU though.. but but i think the standard is falling year by year..

as for CBN, i used to study there when i was form 1 and 2.. surely, their pmr & spm results are not bad.. but in fact, most of them, their maths sucks.. and always fail.. so, i'm just wondering.. where those 100% passes come from..
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my vote goes to SAB.

altho im not from sab, but i find their academic record is good. and seeing from those ex-sabian, after school their groom to have a good quality in both academic and socially. not to mention, the multiracial- which is their really bonding with one another regardless what race or religion. which is reperesent what we need most during this time.
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I can't believe no one has mentioned SMK Seri Hartamas! tongue.gif Even though I wouldn't rate it as the best secondary school in Klang Valley.
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I can't believe no one has mentioned SMK Seri Hartamas! tongue.gif Even though I wouldn't rate it as the best secondary school in Klang Valley.
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SMK Aminuddin Baki. Why? Top 10 list on PMR and SPM result among schools in malaysia... brows.gif
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i was there from 1999-2003

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not la salle klang , dont eva step foot in tht school.
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of course catholic high lo!!!

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well, obviously YOU'LL find it boring and sucky if you go around calling people nerds, guess you're not as bright as your so called 'nerds' cuz you wouldn't be doing that if you knew better. i wouldn't say chs is the best but it's definately a good school. i take pride in the fact that we're well known for our discipline too, although some rules are just downright weird. i mean, girls with short hair have got to keep their hair 2cm above their collars. and they really do spend time measuring it if you get caught. lots of dedicated teachers too.
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back in my time, yeah SMDJ was pretty good and produced the highest SPM passing rate, and best A scorers. Not sure about today though.
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LOL... the school that one is studying at is the best school.

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okay, based on an unbiased secondary student point of view.
I think 2 top secondary government school in Subang Jaya is SMK USJ 4 and SMK Seafield.
Study wise and disciplinary wise is still considered good.

I don't know about PJ and all other areas.
SMK KK seem to be not bad, since now a lot of families are moving in to Kota Kemuning.

Taman Sea has one of the smartest students around the Klang Valley IMO.

But I don't reckon schools like Catholic High, based on my peer's[smart people] whine and complaints, the pressure of competitiveness is a bit extreme.

Can someone correct me if I'm giving wrong info.
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QUOTE(blackbrokenbutterfly @ Jul 15 2008, 09:41 AM)
SMK SEAFIELD!
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Actually Smk Seafield is a good school. thank God i'm in the right one.
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SMK Seafield!  rclxms.gif

Anyone here from Seafield other than me?
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But I don't reckon schools like Catholic High, based on my peer's[smart people] whine and complaints, the pressure of competitiveness is a bit extreme.

Can someone correct me if I'm giving wrong info.
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That's why its a good school. I would rather study in a competitive environment. So that it forces me to study!
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Kajang High School!!!

ok not really in the valley but heck it!!
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Garden International school used to be a school of high standards but seems to hav dropped in recent years. Howeva the school fee increases like hell every year. Even the teachers der recommend Sayfol instead of GIS !! From an unbiased point of view, WMS is unlike any other private schools as it requires students to take its entrance examination to enter it. last year i heard der were abt 600+ ppl taking the exam and only 180 were chosen as usual
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QUOTE(Makakeke @ Sep 14 2008, 02:25 PM)
There're great schools in PJ I'm sure but when it comes to the vast area of Kepong/Segambut, only 1 school stands out - SMK Kepong Baru, can't believe no one mentioned my school! We were one of the best government schools in KL for SPM and STPM 2003 and still producing great results after i graduated.
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SMK Kepong Baru !!!
STPM results wise top 3 in KL since 2003.
Best Secondary school in Kepong area. Top Students there are also on par with top students in other renowned KL schools like CHS, SMK Seafield, SMK Aminuddin Baki, MBS.

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i was from chs too, for me definitely chs is one of the best in pj rclxms.gif

btw, anyone from pj la salle? my bro got that school, wish to get some opinions.
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I agree.
SMK Kepong Baru !!!
STPM results wise top 3 in KL since 2003.
Best Secondary school in Kepong area. Top Students there are also on par with top students in other renowned KL schools like CHS, SMK Seafield, SMK Aminuddin Baki, MBS.
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im from best tehcnical school in malaysia....sekolah teknik kuala lumpur....or TIKL.....or sekolah teknik cheras....or sekolah teknik jalan yaakob latif....so many name for my school.......hahah...long time ago....
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SMK SEAPORT if u guys heard before...
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SMK Bandar Utama Damansara (4) or BUD4/BU4 for short. Our school is good and is in a good location. All around the school are malls, in front got One Utama, beside there got Ikano, Curve, Cineleisure, IKEA, Tesco.. in walking distance. From the Bengkel KH you can snipe someone parking car in Ikano, that's how close it is. The location is useful if you can't go home before koko starts, and you can eat at canteen or like most other people, go out to mall, eat, (or shoot hoops at Echo Park, Curve) and come back to school for koko.


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QUOTE(cherriedpie @ Jul 16 2008, 09:26 AM)
public school:
Catholic High School (Jln Gasing)

private school:
(i think usually they're made up of brats and rich kids but of course there are good students here but few and not necessary to go private school sleep.gif)
i have prejudice against private schools so i'm not listing any

chinese independent school:
Chung Hwa Independent School (Jln Ipoh)

other national schools:
sekolah bintang utara (used to be part of BBGS)
victoria's institution (smk victoria)
st. john's
convent bukit nanas
-- all benchmark schools. their exams usually passing % is 100%
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it used to be good ... sekolah contoh negara or something like that. I don't know about it now, but that's my old school.
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How about LA SALLE ?
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go La Salle if u want a fast diploma to be a bouncer , thief , pecah rumah , panjat/lompat pagar . Plenty of training could be obtained in La Salle . But if you are a good person , shouldn't have much of a problem . Maths teachers are great , then the rest nearly completely useless.
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I'm from SMKSAS lol tongue.gif
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i think most of the school located along jln gasing not bad...
assunta,CHS...
DJ also nt bad cuz the environment background there...

i m from CHS also...^^
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Govt cluster schools like VI, SBU, ST John, some of their student tend to be cocky, they think they're smart cuz regarded as cluster school which have high average of A's in SPM. Not generalizing, just that the their image to me are bad. In fact, heard that VI , STjohn has lots of gays. Rumour or truth , idk.
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I don't advice you to go to Chong Hwa Independent High School, KL already. It was a great school LAST TIME, however, times has changed.
The new headmaster sucks and thus Chong Hwa sucks now too.
Just my two cents. I was from Chong Hwa last time.
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I don't advice you to go to Chong Hwa Independent High School, KL already. It was a great school LAST TIME, however, times has changed.
The new headmaster sucks and thus Chong Hwa sucks now too.
Just my two cents. I was from Chong Hwa last time.
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y headmaster changed and resulting all the student sucks?

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Not the student sucks, the school sucks generally.
All the new policy and stuff, gahh they're just stupid. Take in 1000 form 1 students. Not enough classes already but still want so many students.
The students.. well I can't say much about it because I'm a current student, dunno how it was last time.
But I don't think the students are deteriorating though.
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I'm from CHS. but i totally HATE that school. can't wait to finish off my SPM and leave ASAP

i don't see why ppl says is good. some teacher is alwiz absent. some went for maternity leave without replacement teacher. and some who don't mark a book for the entire year.

I bet chung hwa is way better
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QUOTE(Amanda85 @ Dec 23 2008, 09:25 PM)
I'm from CHS. but i totally HATE that school. can't wait to finish off my SPM and leave ASAP

i don't see why ppl says is good. some teacher is alwiz absent. some went for maternity leave without replacement teacher. and some who don't mark a book for the entire year.

I bet chung hwa is way better
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if chung hwa indi more cham...

history in chinese.

how bout MBS?
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QUOTE(Makakeke @ Sep 14 2008, 02:25 PM)
There're great schools in PJ I'm sure but when it comes to the vast area of Kepong/Segambut, only 1 school stands out - SMK Kepong Baru, can't believe no one mentioned my school! We were one of the best government schools in KL for SPM and STPM 2003 and still producing great results after i graduated.
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Hey KB rocks! We were one of the best government school (SMK) around Kepong/Segambut area.

But these days our disciplinary level had dropped a lot and result also dropped. Just graduated from KB. thumbup.gif rclxm9.gif
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Oh chong hwa that bad now meh?
My teacher maternity leave, but got real crappy teacher come replace.
I know Chong Hwa lacking teachers... And tsun jin is catching up on the standard that my teacher was soooo worried.
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my friends who is studying in CHS stated that this year F1 F2 ruined their school reputation adi...maybe cause of discipline...
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im in WMS Klang now...vimala matthews is running 2 WMS's... so stress
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ohh. wht so stress about it? everyone will feel the stress and pressure to produce a gd results. just take stress and pressure as a challenge to go on in life=) btw does wms klang offer stpm? just asking for friend., im planning to go to klg high school! haha.. hope can get there=.=

btw.. im from mgs.. though it's not the best bt still i gain a lot in terms of experience n knowledge all! haha.. i adore my school very much like most of us do.. rclxms.gif i hope

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SMK KATHOLIK got more than 220 8 As in pmr ( so many until the pibg cant afford to give us cash damn it ) .. and countless 10 As and above in spm on 2008(it means u will be crying a side if u get 8 - 9 As and below ) .. .. any school want to compare .? i will give you exact details .. when i can get on hold with the more accurate information ..

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QUOTE(studwo @ May 23 2009, 03:22 PM)
SMK KATHOLIK got more than 220 8 As in pmr ( so many until the pibg cant afford to give us cash damn it ) .. and countless 10 As and above in spm on 2008(it means u will be crying a side if u get 8 - 9 As and below )  .. .. any school want to compare .? i will give you exact details .. when i can get on hold with the more accurate information ..
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Well, just some doubts.
How is the percentage going on?
As in, how many percents got 8As in compared to the whole population of candidates?

I feel that percentage is a better judgment than quantity itself.
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14 X 50 = 700
220 over 700 X 100 = 31 percent population ..

Dont mention 6 As and 7 As ..
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SEKOLAH MENENGAH SULTAN ABDUL AZIZ SHAH KAJANG because it was my school. This school has produced well-known athlete like Nazmizan. In terms of academic achievement, so-so.
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I think CHS should ask the male teachers to become discipline teachers once more...

Bring back Mr.Leong... Gangsters also fear him... Dont play play.

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S.M.K Aminuddin Baki is the best..cluster school s wel..scores for major exams such s pmr n spm is one of the top in malaysia
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well i was from SBU, last year form 5 senior. hehe the school quite okay to me. whats not okay is some of the students. but mostly, i think its good. icon_rolleyes.gif
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Where is S.M.K Aminuddin Baki?
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OOO. Okay. The government send my principal to London for two months to look at the schools over there and plant it here.
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I feel that this thread is not constructive.

People posting here mostly brag about their own schools and refuse to accept other schools being better or worse.
If that's so, what's the points doing it if the thread is flooded by a lot of 1-2 line posts.

Plus, I doubt if anyone would take this thread as a reference in selecting secondary school.
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I'm behind wenchean all the way!

Most of the time people will just give a passing mention of MBSSKL ... Many people don't even know where is the building located. Neither do they know much about the school. So it has maintained a reputation as a "dark horse" or "hidden jewel".

Yes, I am saying this because I come from MBS. And I can say that if you're of the right character and mindset, your education in MBS will bring you far in life, no regrets.

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I'm behind wenchean all the way!

Most of the time people will just give a passing mention of MBSSKL ... Many people don't even know where is the building located. Neither do they know much about the school. So it has maintained a reputation as a "dark horse" or "hidden jewel".

Yes, I am saying this because I come from MBS. And I can say that if you're of the right character and mindset, your education in MBS will bring you far in life, no regrets.

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No doubt MBS is good, I had the best of times during Form 6. smile.gif
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Hi Darryn! biggrin.gif

No doubt MBS is good, I had the best of times during Form 6. smile.gif
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Wah, so active on LYN? I only come here like, once a month!
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It doesnt matter much where you study. Just put in your best effort, and Im sure you can excel regardless of which school you study. Make the best of what you've got.

Even the best student in public exams not necessarily come from the so-called "best school".
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By looking at the results of PMR and SPM, Catholic High School PJ is da the best.

PMR 2009 - 220+ got 8As

this school also have very high curricular level with 65 clubs inside the school.

You're always a level higher then other school if you study in this school.

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Well the best answer always derived from teachers or when attending seminars with inter-schools participation. I still remember when I went into a camp at Pahang Jungle for leadership training, few of the facilitators personally known some famous KL school teachers by name.

This is widely accepted (grudgingly too) as the best :
1) Best overall school in MYS : Alam Shah (residential). Considered top & i think no one can compete this fact. Name itself is self explanatory.

2) Best academic school : Amminuddin Baki. Teachers there really know how to grind students for perfection academicly. Just asked those who went for Yayasan Titiwangsa Anugerah Cemerlang. Of all the schools participating, SAB always take at least half of the honours. Sports so & so only.

3) Best sports school (apart from Bukit Jalil) : Victoria Institution. Almost dominate anything to do with sports in KL. Got large & beautiful compund too. Not to mention all the famous public figures coming out of there. Academic is very good too but slightly less compared SAB, VI prefers student who excels in sports & studies. No girls though until form 6.

There are of course many others but very few can deny this 3 school the right to "good school". They are "control school" or sekolah kawalan which means only straight A's can gain admittance. For UPSR, 5A, PMR > 7A. Any school in KL for UPSR, they will have a form for straight A scorer for their top choice. SAB & VI will always be at the top. They also belong to cluster schools (first batch).

Although I agree school itself is not everything as in the end it is you who will decide your own fate.
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Waa...
I'm from WMS...
I think that our school is pretty okay lar...
In coco and in normal curriculum..

This year i think 70% of the F4's got 7A's and above in last years PMR and we're also in the top 10 list for percentage of SPM top scorers.

But they also kill us when it comes to exams la...
In internal exams sometimes got 50% of the class fail.... ENGLISH... yeat we can get 100% record for distinctions in SPM/ PMR...

ICAS see first la... this year first batch mar..
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By looking at the results of PMR and SPM, Catholic High School PJ is da the best.

PMR 2009 - 220+ got 8As

this school also have very high curricular level with 65 clubs inside the school.

You're always a level higher then other school if you study in this school.
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i tell u ar this fellow .. did not study also pmr 8As .. product of our school ..

i study so sure i got 8 As ..
If ur spm cant get 10 As.. u beta knock ur head to the wall if u are in this chool..
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QUOTE(Topace111 @ Aug 17 2009, 02:21 AM)
This is widely accepted (grudgingly too) as the best :
1) Best overall school in MYS : Alam Shah (residential). Considered top & i think no one can compete this fact. Name itself is self explanatory.
hmm..I'm from SAS long ago b4 they change it to SMSains Alam Shah
mind you..tat the excellent teachers there..all teach at putrajaya now..not in Bandar Tun Razak
considered top because they 'pick' their students from primary level performance
and from newly added 'UJIAN APTITUD = IQ TEST' in recent UPSR exam
neway..a great school indeed with some geniuses in it
my fren got 100% in add math n tats in time when the book is like dictionary (not like todays add math = easier) tongue.gif tongue.gif tongue.gif

P/S : I wonder wats the school ranking now..coz when PMR n SPM result comes out..nobody mention about SAS hmm.gif hmm.gif hmm.gif

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Best Private School
1. Garden International School
2. Alice Smith

Best Public School
1. Chong Kwok (If your kid is good enough, there's an afternoon session where they teach Singaporean syallubus in English)
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WesleyMethodist is the best private school. No other schools require you to take an entrance exam with their own standard(UPSR results is not taken into account). Only 180 students are taken in every year. Last year there were about 800 participants. You can rest assured that the students are top-notch.
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Can a public school actually choose their prospective students??? Sounds crazy to me...

As for the school that actually chosses their students, why bother mention it here since not many ppl got in or even know the way to get in (you know what i mean). SAB has been very quite nowadays, the last time i heard them is all students got straight As in their PMR or SPM.

As for for the so called "famous school", their exam paper will be marked at the strictest level one can get from the marker. This is proven by a few of my friends' parents who are marker... They kind of get special treatment, so you make the call, study at a mediocre school or a "famous school". In the end, your result will be around the same, just your knowledge got difference. 1 more thing, if your school is dominated by chinese or indians, please dont put your hopes up to much for Matrix or IPTA(Hot courses).
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P/S : I wonder wats the school ranking now..coz when PMR n SPM result comes out..nobody mention about SAS  hmm.gif  hmm.gif  hmm.gif
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Those old days, pre Hishamuddin tenure as Education Minister, the medias like TV & newspaper put heavy interest on the best schools like top 10 or something like that. So those great schools will get all the media exposure like the 3 I mentioned in KL. When I took my PRM results, TV3 reporters are there & Star & Berita harian's too. However (a senior teacher told me) that some parents are dissatisfired with all this hype & the govt dont really wants to promote schools like that (others may appear inferior or sort) so he starts promoting individual success rather than schools.
Then slowly back again after picking less popularity (with crying & screaming pictures all around) & introduce those cluster schools. Not surprising Alam Shah is No1 & others in top 10.

These are elite control schools, do not get straight A's + representing school in something, dont even bother of applying. Even those that did scored straight A's they still cannot get in (huge competition from everyone else). These schools take all the best students from all the primary schools & gather them in one place. Imagine the pressure, some can cope while others struggle badly. Even the worst student in entire school gets at least 5A in SPM.

There is actually no "official" ranking but there is an internal ranking but you must be really lucky to even glimpse it. When / If you participated in any inter-school event, just asked briefly around which is the best school, more or less you get the same response.

To answer your question, its quite simple. The strongest in the room is always the most silent one (why bother to tell when everybody already or should knows). Do you see McDonald or Starbucks advertisement anymore when they are already the world leader in their respective industry ?
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oh alice smith. I remember when I went there, this girl changed accents just because this guy walked past her and said hi. HAHA
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It doesnt matter much where you study. Just put in your best effort, and Im sure you can excel regardless of which school you study. Make the best of what you've got.

Even the best student in public exams not necessarily come from the so-called "best school".
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I agree. The achievements of a student is not dependent on the school in which he/she studies - it depends on whether the student is willing to put time, effort and initiative in excelling.

I have had friends who transfer to so-called more "prestigious" schools with "better" facilities and teachers after failing to excel in their PMR exams, as they and their parents believe a better school=better education.. a couple of years later, in Form 5, their results remain mediocre at best - this time though, the parents blame it on the influence of friends. In the end, everyone except the student himself is to blame.

Knowing people from both well-known schools and also schools infamous for their disciplinary problems, I am confident in saying that there are cases where teachers in the latter are more experienced, and are even sought after for tuition by students from the renowned school.

Overall, there is no such thing as "the best secondary school". Yes, there are schools with the "best" facilities, but as schools are essentially institutes of education, the primary purpose of students attending a school is to gain education. In our country, our "education" comes from the same syllabus in the same textbooks - it all depends on whether the student is actually going to take the time to sit down and study smart.

Yes, there are schools famous for their many straight As scoring students - but don't forget, top students and their parents tend to obsess about getting into the "best" school. If all the academically-blessed students congregate in ONE school simply because of the name, wouldn't you think that this would naturally cause the school's academic achievements to improve? If you were an average student, I'm sorry to say that if you attend a "prestigious" school in hopes that the teachers will magically impart everything you need to know to you, without much effort on your part, you'll remain an average student - not one of the straight As scoring ones.

tl;dr: There is no such thing as a "best" school. It's up to the student to work hard, play hard, and make his/her secondary years memorable.
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I agree. The achievements of a student is not dependent on the school in which he/she studies - it depends on whether the student is willing to put time, effort and initiative in excelling.

I have had friends who transfer to so-called more "prestigious" schools with "better" facilities and teachers after failing to excel in their PMR exams, as they and their parents believe a better school=better education.. a couple of years later, in Form 5, their results remain mediocre at best - this time though, the parents blame it on the influence of friends. In the end, everyone except the student himself is to blame.

Knowing people from both well-known schools and also schools infamous for their disciplinary problems, I am confident in saying that there are cases where teachers in the latter are more experienced, and are even sought after for tuition by students from the renowned school.

Overall, there is no such thing as "the best secondary school". Yes, there are schools with the "best" facilities, but as schools are essentially institutes of education, the primary purpose of students attending a school is to gain education. In our country, our "education" comes from the same syllabus in the same textbooks - it all depends on whether the student is actually going to take the time to sit down and study smart.

Yes, there are schools famous for their many straight As scoring students - but don't forget, top students and their parents tend to obsess about getting into the "best" school. If all the academically-blessed students congregate in ONE school simply because of the name, wouldn't you think that this would naturally cause the school's academic achievements to improve? If you were an average student, I'm sorry to say that if you attend a "prestigious" school in hopes that the teachers will magically impart everything you need to know to you, without much effort on your part, you'll remain an average student - not one of the straight As scoring ones.

tl;dr: There is no such thing as a "best" school. It's up to the student to work hard, play hard, and make his/her secondary years memorable.
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I agree wholeheartedly with your opinion.
I remember a saying of "It does not matter where you come from, but where you can go".
In these schools (from memory) most don't require motivation to study, they can do it on their own.
Most students are very independent & highly disciplined which requires less supervision & effort from teachers (even an average one will do).
Its like basic fundamentals of management, you don't need to super manager to supervise super employees (a bad one can also make the cut).
"There is always someone better than you" : this is what normally students believe in my old school.

We even have a ranking system to gauge the student's performance. Your position overall, pointers, grades are all displayed at the white board. Suffice to say some downright hated these, but others may like it. Contrary to popular belief, most control schools have mediocre facilities because the schools itself are really old. VI is more than 50 years old. SAB & AS are slightly less. I sat on a broken wooden chair for whole year & a dysfunctional fan for 6 months. What do you expect from a govt school ?

Now everyone can practically cheat to score in SPM. Copy & paste is the oldest form of cheating albeit that if you are doing it right you will be fine.
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Avoid Garden International School. The standard has dropped alot but the fees increase like never before. Alice Smith is the best if you want international school.

WesleyMethodist is the best private school. No other schools require you to take an entrance exam with their own standard(UPSR results is not taken into account). Only 180 students are taken in every year. Last year there were about 800 participants. You can rest assured that the students are top-notch.
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Are you sure the student very good? hmm.gif

I go there and half my class cannot speak english/bm properly laugh.gif
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Haha in wms there are ppl who can speak english quite proficiently and those who can speak enough english to talk to just about anyone. The latter is likely to excel at chinese. I have to say the teachers are very dedicated in wms, particularly the upper sec add maths, phys, chem, bio, accs etc. Old mr chin waits in his office every lunch every day of the year should any student require help.
One good thing is that for a private school, our fees are relatively cheap. You get a good education (with the exception of 1 or 2 lazy ones should you be so unfortunate to have them, but they tend to teach the simple subjects like eng or mod maths. You can rest assured about the rest). But with the lower fees, you get worse facilities. Comp labs and science labs are fine, but don't expect a swimming pool, tennis court, football field etc. Even so, the sports teams are there and train outside of school smile.gif

The best? I don't know about that lol, but i have to admit that wms produces admirable results for the major examinations every year. That said, i still can't wait to leave. 2 months 1 week till SPM's OVER!! biggrin.gif

EDIT: Everything said, if i could i'd like to send my kid/s to MKIS or a similar international school (Not gis tho haha) for exposure. Compared to government schools and even my own school, wms, the exposure is very good, such as class trips to amsterdam, seasonal sports like rugby, direct exposure to the international law system should you be interested etc. I hear this from a friend who's there so if anyone could provide greater detail, please do smile.gif

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QUOTE(pllx @ Oct 3 2009, 06:06 PM)
Haha in wms there are ppl who can speak english quite proficiently and those who can speak enough english to talk to just about anyone. The latter is likely to excel at chinese. I have to say the teachers are very dedicated in wms, particularly the upper sec add maths, phys, chem, bio, accs etc. Old mr chin waits in his office every lunch every day of the year should any student require help.
One good thing is that for a private school, our fees are relatively cheap. You get a good education (with the exception of 1 or 2 lazy ones should you be so unfortunate to have them, but they tend to teach the simple subjects like eng or mod maths. You can rest assured about the rest). But with the lower fees, you get worse facilities. Comp labs and science labs are fine, but don't expect a swimming pool, tennis court, football field etc. Even so, the sports teams are there and train outside of school smile.gif

The best? I don't know about that lol, but i have to admit that wms produces admirable results for the major examinations every year. That said, i still can't wait to leave. 2 months 1 week till SPM's OVER!! biggrin.gif

EDIT: Everything said, if i could i'd like to send my kid/s to MKIS or a similar international school (Not gis tho haha) for exposure. Compared to government schools and even my own school, wms, the exposure is very good, such as class trips to amsterdam, seasonal sports like rugby, direct exposure to the international law system should you be interested etc. I hear this from a friend who's there so if anyone could provide greater detail, please do  smile.gif
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True and not true.

The chinese speaking students normally fail Chinese too tongue.gif

Also, the facilities are decent, given the fees. But I don't see why the 'beloved' principal has to spend more money on things like the ICAS examinations. Honestly speaking, half the class slept without touching their papers sad.gif

IMO, international school is much better as there is more exposure.

Granted, you don't learn as much about bolehland in an international school, but if a student were to study overseas in the near future, let's just say that they can longer put 'Western influence' as a cause for everything evil in their essays tongue.gif
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smk aminuddin baki? my skol haha..

but something i realised that qualities of students cannot be judge in terms of academic.. my skol produces top scorers every freaking year but they lack of extra corricular involvements, which in turns made the students imbalance. Can study well but have no personal qualities.
Majority students here cant stand their ground, cannot debate, follow things 100% by the book, their prefects are lembik, shy, lack self-confidence as a result of caging themselves everyday at home reading book.

this is why i met a number of phail scholars lol//
so an advice out there, scoring 10A's isnt an achievement, go brush up ur personal skills smile.gif
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True and not true.

The chinese speaking students normally fail Chinese too tongue.gif

Also, the facilities are decent, given the fees. But I don't see why the 'beloved' principal has to spend more money on things like the ICAS examinations. Honestly speaking, half the class slept without touching their papers sad.gif

IMO, international school is much better as there is more exposure.

Granted, you don't learn as much about bolehland in an international school, but if a student were to study overseas in the near future, let's just say that they can longer put 'Western influence' as a cause for everything evil in their essays tongue.gif
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Do you speak chinese? I don't see how your class can sleep without touching their papers. It's not included in the fees meaning you pay for it yourselves (or with your parents' cash) and you have the heart to waste it? sweat.gif I only dislike how certain teachers here don't promote free thought in essays. Certain english teachers here have less than decent qualities as a human being. Is it me or does this seem to be a trend all over the world? It's as if they see themselves as more refined as an individual. Ironic considering how... whistling.gif Oh right, good wesleyans don't btch tongue.gif
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Do you speak chinese? I don't see how your class can sleep without touching their papers. It's not included in the fees meaning you pay for it yourselves (or with your parents' cash) and you have the heart to waste it?  sweat.gif I only dislike how certain teachers here don't promote free thought in essays. Certain english teachers here have less than decent qualities as a human being. Is it me or does this seem to be a trend all over the world? It's as if they see themselves as more refined as an individual. Ironic considering how... whistling.gif Oh right, good wesleyans don't btch  tongue.gif
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I see it's only the national syllabus available? Do you carry heavy skol bags? I'm doing a research on skols for my younger bro here. Do u know of any mandarin private skol?
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I see it's only the national syllabus available? Do you carry heavy skol bags? I'm doing a research on skols for my younger bro here. Do u know of any mandarin private skol?
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Yeah smile.gif Its only the national syllabus but we DO take the ICAS exams, and a Singaporean level English paper every term x)
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Don't start talking about SMK LA SALLE PJ, the headmaster is a fukn drunken during the 2004-2008 period, come to sch drunk and abuse student in the public. student use to smoke pot everyday in the scout den. 70% of all the students after SPM never further their studies and. worst part is always got case polis where police comes over to the sch and takeover the matter as the problem that the students offend is a criminal act.

SMK SAS? u must be kidding, SAS and La salle are like brother hood schools, when one gets buang sekolah SAS ---> LA SALLE PJ, LA SALLE PJ ---> SAS. they get a hereoes welcome when a student from SAS comes to LSPJ.

No doubt the only thing good about LSPJ is the soccer team back then.

Come to CHS PJ, yes its a chinese school, i am not chinese educated but when i was shifted over there, i had the best time in my life. in terms of academic, students wise and peer pressure to slightly do better. now we have our own sport complex and ya da yada which i did not get to enjoy, discipline wise is strict, but being an ******* my self i did had my loopholes, regardless i had the 2 best years in my life in CHS PJ. and i am really really happy to be there. thus i vote it as the best school in PJ, without a doubt.

COme to SMK DJ, u got to be kidding compare to the statistics with SMK DJ and CHS...??

i have somany friends from SMK DJ during the 2003-2008 era, can verify half of the girls are sluts...
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I think there is like only 2 school in KL drafted into the 20 superior school, SAB and SBS.
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I was from Wesley Methodist School... err. 70% got 10A and above? Dont think so..
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all the students there r intrested only in studies no spoilt brats here.

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I believe SMK USJ 12 too. So many students get straight A's and 100% pass.

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Exams in CHS are hard compared to other schools so it made you work hard more, and feel that gov exams aren't that hard haha

well i believe it's not easy to enter now. during my time (5years ago) it was still considered easy to enter as long as you got good results. nowadays students with straight A in UPSR can't even get in.
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From experience, do not judge a school by name. Victoria Institution for instance is a name. But internally its a horrible school. At the end of the day, you can be from any school and can succeed. DO NOT be fooled by big names.
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From experience, do not judge a school by name. Victoria Institution for instance is a name. But internally its a horrible school. At the end of the day, you can be from any school and can succeed. DO NOT be fooled by big names.
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Very true......+1

My brother is from VI......
Trust me guys i know better....haha
Would not elaborate further to avoid offending anyone.....=)
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I don't know about the best sec school here... but I've been studying in Kuen Cheng High School for three years. I don't like it here because I'm a 'banana' (aka prefer speaking English) and everything is in Chinese.

Discipline here is strict - VERY VERY STRICT and also very, very stupid, and I'm not being a whiny student. Mobile phones not allowed - okay - but the four public telephones don't work! And we have to tie our hair into a bun everyday.. T__T Socks must be 15cm-18cm from sole...

IMO if you want to torture a kid with all these rules, Kuen Cheng is your choice. In terms of education it's pretty good I guess - some lousy teachers (especially English department) but there are good ones and we have a lot more subjects. Form 1 takes Chemistry and Biology, Form 2 takes Physics and Form 3 takes all three subjects. We have another major exam in the same year as PMR as well: JUEC. Also, the JUEC mathematics we learn is so epic till the PMR syllabus looks like primary school stuff.

But I seriously hate Kuen Cheng lah.. Hoping to transfer to Wesley Methodist next year if I can pass the entrance test.

PS: Every single sane student in KC hates our headmistress. Nuff' said.

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