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MHS ALUMNI EVENTS
MHS ALUMNI EVENTS
MAHSOPA visit to Pulau Ketam, Selangor.
MAHSOPA AGM 2012 on 3rd. March 2012 at Seminar Room 1, Kelab Golf Negara Subang, Petaling Jaya. All former Malacca High pupils are invited to attend.
MHS ALUMNI EVENTS in 2008
WHOLE YEAR OF 2008
Members of Malacca High Alumni members are invited to submit their events to the webmaster of www.malaccahigh.net if they want us to highlight their forthcoming events. Please submit your details to: email@example.com
Talk on Accountancy : Friday, 7th. March 2008 at 11.00am, MHS Hall, Melaka.Postponed due to Malaysia General Elections on 8th.March 2008
MALACCA HIGH AND I
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MHS ALUMNI GUESTBOOK
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Linking the Past, Present and Future Malacca High graduates globally
Sunday, October 26, 2014
MAHSOPA ORGANISING GST AWARENESS LUNCH TALK ON SUNDAY, 14TH. DECEMBER 2014
To celebrate Malacca High School 188th. Anniversary on 7th. December 2014 and to highlight about GST implementation on 1st. April 2015,
FORMER MHS & DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF EDUCATION TAN SRI DR ABDUL RAHMAN ARSHAD APPOINTED AS CHAIRMAN OF NEAC FROM 2014-2016
11 appointed to Education Advisory Council for 2014-2016
PUTRAJAYA: Eleven people prominent in various fields have been appointed as members of the National Education Advisory Council (MPPK) for 2014-2016, effective Aug 1.
It’s highland schools, not High School, insists Idris Haron
6 August 2014 @ 8:18 PM
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MALACCA: A poor understanding of the English language has been identified as the main reason that led to the Malacca High School (MHS) or SMK Tinggi Melaka relocation fiasco.
HERITAGE: Relocating school means relocating history
THANK you for highlighting the issue of the proposed relocation of my beloved alma mater, Malacca High School: “Outcry over bid to relocate school” (NST, July 31).
Please consider the lyrics of the Malacca High School song:
Sekolah Tinggi Melaka keseluruh Negara,
Beramai ramai kita dukung Rukunegara,
Satu padu bertenaga majukan Negara,
Prinsip hidup progresif amalan sekolah kita
Sejak lapan belas dua enam
Sepanjang masa kemuka mulia dan bahagia,
Published: Monday August 4, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
BY R.S.N. MURALI
Here to stay: MHS will remain in its existing heritage location.
MALACCA: Former students of the Malacca High School (MHS), the second oldest educational institution in the country, are elated over the decision by the state to retain the school in its existing heritage location.
Malacca High School to stay put
JASON GERALD JOHN AND KELLY KOH email@example.com
ALOR GAJAH: THE oldest school in the state, Malacca High School, will not be relocated as it is part of Malacca’s heritage, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron. He said the school would be given a facelift.
When Malacca was listed as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) World Heritage Site on July 7, 2008, the school was included as part of the state’s heritage.
MAHSOPA being one of Malacca High School Old Pupils Association, received two important letters issued by the Education Ministry from Putrajaya and an official letter from the Malacca State Education.
There is a suggestion to relocate our School. No action is being taken yet as the authorities want to discuss this important matter with the School Management, Parents Teachers Association and former MHS pupils via our Alumni.
Letters below show their intention.
We want our former pupils of Malacca High to voice your opinion on this important development.
A small group of former MHS pupils and 2 lower 6 MHS pupils who acted as our school guides took us around Malacca High School on Sat. 30.11.13. Paul Lim and wife came in from UK, Kwong (1958),Johnny Yong and Kang came from KL. Kwong has never been back since 1958. Many structures have been demolished due to building of new blocks.
Our Wisma Pengakap (1975-1998) is gone, basketball court is gone and most recently the HSOBA building (1964-2013) was acquired by the Education Ministry and reduced to dust. The school hall opened (1981- ) is in need of repairs.
MAHSOPA managed to raise a cash donation of about RM 3,600.00 to the Philippines typhoon disaster fund after appealing to former MHS pupils during our dinner.
This was done spontaneously.
This compassionate gesture was a first to MAHSOPA in raising funds to an international relief appeal.
We appreciate your contribution to aid humanatarian effort. Thank you.
29th. November 2013.
Our dinner was sold out and more than 38 tables were taken up, making it our largest dinner in terms of attendence to date. At least more than 380 persons attended.
We managed to get the MHS percussion band to perform for us and MHS students to assist. It was a night of celebrations for all former pupils and teachers of Malacca High School.
COMMUNITY PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN
MALACCAHIGH.NET MAILING LIST
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MHS ALUMNI NETWORK
This MHS Alumni Network is opened to all Ex-pupils of Malacca High School. You are required to fill up a form and submit to the webmaster.
We hope we can build up a Register of Ex-MHS pupils around the globe via www.malaccahigh.net. Your comments how to improve this website is appreciated.
MALACCA HIGH ALUMNI FORUM
MHS Alumni(Principals & Teachers) Network
This MHS Alumni(Principals & Teachers) Network is opened to all Ex-Principals and Ex-Teachers of Malacca High School.
Please fill up the form and submit to the webmaster. We hope we can build up a Register of Ex-MHS Principals and Teachers around the globe via www.malaccahigh.net. Your participation in this website is appreciated.
MHS ALUMNI VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE
MHS Alumni Commercial Network
This MHS Alumni Commercial Network is opened to all Ex-pupils and teachers of Malacca High School.
Please fill up the registration form and submit by expressing the commercial areas you wish to participate in. An MHS Alumni Commercial Directory will be published in the future.
MHS 180th. Anniversary Commemorative Book
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