SMS Sultan Iskandar
Sekolah Menengah Sains Sultan Iskandar (English: Sultan Iskandar Science Secondary School; abbreviated ISKANDAR; formerly known as Sekolah Berasrama Penuh Integrasi Mersing) is a fully residential schools (Sekolah Berasrama Penuh) in the state of Johor, Malaysia. Established in 2003 and formerly known as Sekolah Berasrama Penuh Integrasi Mersing before being renamed to current name in 2006. The school is widely known as ISKANDAR and the students bears the name Iskandar.
|SMS Sultan Iskandar|
|Type||Secondary school, |
Boarding school, Sekolah Berasrama Penuh, Mixed-gender education
|Motto||Sepakat Bestari Progresif Inovatif
"Anda Percaya Anda Berjaya"
|Established||24 July 2003|
|Principal||Tn Hj Abu Othman Ibrahim|
|Grades||Form 1 - Form 5|
|Classes||(Upper Form) - Religious Science (Ittihad,Thaqafah dan Itqan), Pure Science (Falah dan Nasyaat), Engineering Science (Najah , mostly boys)|
|Medium of language||Malay, English|
|Houses||Education (Yellow),Medicine (Green),Informatique (Blue),Ingenierie (Red)|
|Colour(s)||Orange and Blue|
|Affiliation||Sekolah Berasrama Penuh, Ministry of Education (Malaysia)|
Registered as Sekolah Menengah Agama Sri Pantai, the school however were named initially as Sekolah Berasrama Penuh Integrasi Mersing (SBPIM). Inaugurated by the Sultan of Johor who is represented by his son Sultan Ibrahim ibni Ismail(Johor Crown Prince at the time), the school changed its name to Sekolah Menengah Sains Sultan Iskandar in conjunction with the name of Al-late Sultan Mahmud Iskandar ibni Alhaj Al-Sultan Ismail.
Founded on 24 July 2003, the school were planned design & built under the management Umi-Ross Project Management Sdn Bhd. Then converted to Manage Budi Consult Sdn. Limited. and developed by TETO Engineering Sdn. Limited. as the main contractor Norwest Construction co.
SMSSI submission date is on 24 July 2003 provided that all defects repaired before 1 August 2003.
The school is located in Mersing, Johor, Malaysia Specifically, it is located in the Coastal Series, and 120 km from Bandaraya Johor Bahru. Located on Jalan Jemaluang, the school is surrounded by natural greenery area and surrounding villages such as oil palm fields and so on. The school is fostered in the hilly region which caused the flooding did not involve the school.