SMJK Kwang Hua, Klang

Sekolah Menengah Jenis Kebangsaan Kwang Hua is a Malaysian secondary school located in the centre of Klang, Selangor.

Brief Introduction

SMJK Kwang Hua was established in 1955 originated as a sectarian private school Chinese. In line with the government policy, the school was converted to a government-aided school in 1962. The main difference of the school is that all students are required to learn Mandarin. They are also required to take Chinese subject in PMR and SPM examinations. In other words, the school is concerned with three languages, Malay, English and Mandarin, in hope that all the students are able to master the languages when they completed their studies at Form Five. SMJK Kwang Hua is a grade A school that has a 3660 students, 151 teachers and 12 support personnel. The school had shown excellent results in academic performance where many students were awarded scholarship from the Public Service Department and more importantly in student character development. In recent years, many students gained admission to top universities around the world.

Administrators

  • Principal: En Law Choon Lee
  • Assistant Principal (Senior Assistant): Pn Low Bee Hon
  • Assistant Principal (Students Affairs): Pn. Tan Siew Kuan
  • Assistant Principal (Co-curricular Activities): Pn. Tan Siew Kuan
  • Assistant Principal (Afternoon Session): Pn Heng Swee Chin

School Motto

Kejujuran '诚'(Honesty)

Ketekunan '勤'(Hardworking)

Jimat cermat '俭'(Frugality)

Keazaman '毅'(Dedication).

School Compound

The school has 6 buildings, a football field, 4 basketball courts in which; 2 indoor courts and 2 outdoor courts, and a volleyball court.

  • Hall
  • Canteen
  • Dataran Kwang Hua (Kwang Hua Square)
  • Activity Centre / Notice Boards (Demolished, currently in construction of a new multimedia building)
  • Toilet
  • Block A, B, C, D, E (classrooms)
  • Teachers' Office
  • Computer room
  • Library
  • Multimedia Building (Block E, 'ICT Block'), which accommodates laboratories and 3 classrooms.
  • Office

Co-curricular Activities

Clubs

  • Chinese Language Society
  • Malay Language Society
  • English Language Society
  • Mathematics Society
  • Science Society
  • History and Geography Society
  • Home Economics Club
  • Crime Prevention Club ( Kelab Pencegahan Jenayah )
  • Counselling Club ( Pembimbing Rakan Sebaya )
  • Career Counselling Club ( Kelab Kerjaya )
  • AIDS Programme
  • Anti-drugs Programme
  • Drama and Music Club
  • Choir Club
  • Reading Club
  • Consumer Society
  • Computer Club
  • Arts Club
  • Photography Club
  • Creative Society ( Kelab Rekacipta )
  • Buddhist Association
  • Christian Union
  • Loyal Club ( Kelab Setia )
  • Interact Club
  • Robotics Club
  • Chess Club
  • Chinese Orchestra Club

Uniform Groups

  • School Band
  • Police Cadet
  • 24 Festive Drums
  • Youth Cadet Troop ( Kadet Remaja Sekolah )
  • St. John Ambulance
  • Red Crescent Society
  • Girl Guides
  • Boy Scouts
  • Firefighter Cadet (Kadet Bomba)
  • Taekwondo
  • Wu Shu Dao

Sports

  • Badminton Club
  • Netball Society
  • Basketball Society
  • Football Club
  • Volleyball Club
  • Marathon Club
  • Athletics Society
  • Petanq Society
  • Ping Pong Club
  • Chinese Yoyo Club
  • Softball Club

Servicing Units

  • Prefectorial Board
  • Librarians
  • Class Monitor Board
  • Cooperative Society
  • Quarter Master
  • P.A. System
  • School Magazine Editorial Board
  • SH@RE
  • SPBT Board
  • Green The Earth Society

References

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