SMS Seri Puteri

Sekolah Menengah Sains Seri Puteri (English: Seri Puteri Science Secondary School; abbreviated SESERI) is an all-girls[1] fully residential school in Malaysia, located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.[2] Each class and house in SESERI is named after a family of orchids.

SMS Seri Puteri
SESERI
Address
Jalan Kolam Ayer, 51200

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Information
TypePublic all-girls fully residential school
MottoProaktif, Inovatif, Efektif
Proactive, Innovative, Effective
Established1 April 2003
PrincipalJamilah Abd Rahman (2009-2011)
Datin Seri Zavirah Shaari (2012-2015)
Asiah Zainal Abidin (2016-now)
GradesForm 1 - Form 5
ClassesAdioda, Bakerara, Cattleya,
HousesOncidium (yellow) , Epidendrium (orange), Brasssidium (green), Dendrobium (red)
YearbookMestika SESERI
Websitewww.seseri.edu.my

SESERI was officially opened on 3 June 2003, on the previous site of Sekolah Seri Puteri which moved to a new site in Cyberjaya. 2004 was the first year for the Form 5 students of Seseri to sit for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM)

The 46th Sekolah Berasrama Penuh in Malaysia, the school consists of only female students who got straight As in PT3 selected throughout the country. Starting from 2016, Seseri takes in form 1 students who got 5As in their UPSR examination. During 2017, Seseri takes in students who scored 6As - 4As due to the changes made in the UPSR format.

The school consists of an administrative block, a science laboratories block, academic blocks, main hall, a cafeteria, and a playground. In the hostel, there are three residential blocks, a mosque, and a dining hall.[3]

In the recent SPM examination (2017), the school gained GPS of 1.414.

References

  1. Kecemerlangan sekolah satu gender, Utusan Online
  2. "Sekolah Menengah Sains Seri Puteri – SESERI (Fully Residential Schools)" (in Malay). Malaysia Central. Archived from the original on 28 January 2013. Retrieved 8 September 2011.
  3. "History of SESERI" (in Malay). BC Science Seri Puteri. Retrieved 8 September 2011.

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