List of schools in Sabah

This is a list of schools in Sabah, Malaysia. Schools are categorised according to their types and education districts (for schools which do not fall under the direct rule of Ministry of Education) and is arranged alphabetically in Malay language. Note that only some notable schools are abbreviated.

For the purpose of this list:

  • KV stands for Kolej Vokasional (vocational college);
  • SJK (C) stands for Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Cina (Chinese type primary school);
  • SK stands for Sekolah Kebangsaan (primary school);
  • SM(K) stands for Sekolah Menengah (Kebangsaan) (secondary school); and
  • SMKA stands for Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama (Islamic secondary school).
  • SRS stands for Sekolah Rendah Swasta (private primary school)

Specific schools

Chinese independent schools

Fully residential schools

Islamic secondary schools

  • SM Agama al-Irsyadiah Marakau, Ranau (SMAIM)
  • SMKA Keningau (SEMAKEN)
  • SMKA Kota Kinabalu (SMKAKK)
  • SMKA Limauan, Papar (SMALNIS)
  • SMKA Mohamad Ali, Ranau (SEMEKAR)
  • SMKA Tun Ahmadshah, Kota Kinabalu (SMKA TUNAS)
  • SMKA Tun Datu Mustapha, Papar (SMKA TDM)
  • SMKA Tun Juhar, Sandakan (SMATJU)
  • SMKA Tun Said, Kota Belud (SMATS KB)
  • SMKA Tun Sakaran, Semporna (SMATS Semporna)
  • SMU Islamiah, Tawau (SMIT)

Private schools

  • Maktab Nasional, Likas (MN)
  • SRS Datuk Simon Fung, Likas (SRSDSF)
  • Insan Borneo School, Kota Kinabalu
  • Yuet Ching Private School, Kota Kinabalu

International Schools

  • Charis International School, Tawau
  • Kinabalu International School, Kota Kinabalu,
  • Sayfol International School Kota Kinabalu, Penampang
  • Vision International School, Tawau

Technical and vocational colleges

  • KV Beaufort
  • KV Lahad Datu
  • KV Likas, Kota Kinabalu
  • KV Keningau
  • KV Keningau 2
  • KV Kudat
  • KV Sandakan
  • KV Tawau

Special education schools

  • SK Pendidikan Khas Kota Kinabalu, Tuaran
  • SK Pendidikan Khas Tuaran, Putatan

Sport schools

  • Sekolah Sukan Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu

Public schools

References

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