Monday, March 11, 2019

MHS SCORES 100% STPM 2018 SUCCESS

Our congratulations to MALACCA High School 100% success rate in 2018 STPM results.
Syabas to MALACCA High.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

MHS FORMER GRADUATES DIGITAL LEARNING PROJECT GETS PERMISSION FROM PERHILITAN

Tuan,

Dengan segala hormatnya saya diarah merujuk kepada perkara di atas dan emel pihak tuan kepada En Muhamad Khairol Adha berkaitan.

2. Adalah dimaklumkan bahawa pihak Jabatan tiada halangan bagi pihak Malacca High School Ex Students untuk menjalankan Program Interaktif bersama Komuniti Orang Asli Che Wong di Pusat Konservasi Gajah Kebangsaan (PKGK), Kuala Gandah, Pahang. Walau bagaimanapun, kerjasama pihak tuan adalah dimohon untuk mematuhi segala peraturan dan arahan yang dikeluarkan oleh PKGK sepanjang program tersebut berlangsung.

3. Untuk tujuan penyelarasan logistik, pihak tuan boleh menghubungi PKGK untuk tindakan selanjutnya.

Perhatian pihak tuan dalam perkara ini amatlah dihargai dan didahului dengan ucapan terima kasih.

Sekian.


'BERKHIDMAT UNTUK NEGARA'

'HIDUPAN LIAR UNTUK GENERASI AKAN DATANG'


Saya yang menjalankan amanah,

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(BEATRIX SIM WUAN HUNG)

Pegawai Hidupan Liar

b/p Pengarah
Bahagian Perancangan dan Korporat/ Planning and Corporate Division

Jabatan Perlindungan Hidupan Liar

dan Taman Negara (PERHILITAN) Semenanjung Malaysia/Department of Wildlife and National Parks (PERHILITAN) Peninsular Malaysia

KM10, Jalan Cheras

56100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Tel: +603-9086 6800 ext 6867

Faks/ Fax: +603-9075 2873

E-mel/ E-mail :  beatrix@wildlife.gov.my

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

MHS PUPILS SCANNING SCHOOL OPTIMIST

MALACCA High School students helping in scanning School old copies of Optimist.

MHS students scanning old copies of Optimist

Thursday, October 11, 2018

MAHSOPA DONATIONS TO NEEDY MHS PUPILS

Today, Malacca High School officially presented MAHSOPA's donation of RM 6,000.00 to 12 needy pupils from Form 1 to Form 6.

Each needy pupil received RM 500.00 each.

The 5th and 6th formers were not present as they were attending the pre-graduation ceremony.


Dr. Leo presenting part of MAHSOPA contribution to a needy student

Thursday, October 4, 2018

TAN SRI AT PD FREE TUITION ON-LINE LAUNCH

Pakatan Harapan candidate for the Port Dickson by-election Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim (second from left) is being briefed by E-Tuisyen’s Chief Editor, Sunny Yee (left) at the launch of the free E-Tuisyen programme for school students in Port Dickson. Also present was former Director-General of Education Tan Sri Dr Abdul Rahman Arshad (second from right). - Bernama
PORT DICKSON: A former teacher of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Tan Sri Dr Abdul Rahman Arshad recounted an incident in the past when he caused Anwar to turn red-faced to control his anger.
Without stating the actual date, Abdul Rahman said the incident occurred when he was holding the post of Director-General of Education while Anwar was the Education Minister under the administration of prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
“If during a discussion I would not admonish him (if he makes a mistake), because I don’t want him to feel ashamed in front of the others in a discussion, but I would enter his room and tell him what I want, he turns red-faced sometimes,”he said.
Abdul rahman said this at the official launching of the e-Tuition Percuma (pdtuition.com) for students in the Port Dickson District, here today.
He recounted the incident when Anwar was delivering a speech at the event which was also attended by the teaching fraternity from schools around Port Dickson.
Abdul Rahman’s brief speech was greeted with laughter from the audience.
For the record, ​​​​​​​Anwar was Education Minister between 1986 and 1991, while Abdul Rahman was Director-General of Education from 1985 until 1991.
Abdul Rahman who is now Pro-Chancellor of Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) said Anwar was also an individual who highly respected his teachers, and this attitude was still with Anwar despite holding a much higher position.
“While at the Education Ministry, when I entered his room, he would stand. I did not force him to do so, but he wanted to stand himself,”said Abdul Rahman who was once Anwar’s teacher when the PKR de facto leader was studying at the Malay College Kuala Kangsar (MCKK) between 1960 and 1966.
Meanwhile, Anwar said in his speech that he had invited Abdul Rahman to the official launching because he wanted to appreciate the deeds of his former teacher whom he described as among the best who had taught him.
“He was a firm teacher, but he taught me well and he had contributed significantly to my wellbeing.
“Without expectation, when I was Education Minister, he (Abdul Rahman) was appointed Director-General of Education, so we had worked as a team and the experience at the Education Ministry was most enjoyable and had helped me a lot,”he said.
The e-Tuisyen Program was Anwar’s initiative which was carried out in collaboration with non-governmental organisations and private companies to offer on-line free tuition for Standard 1 up to Form 5 students in the Port Dickson district.
Anwar introduced the program as one of the projects to be implemented if he were elected as the Member of Parliament in the Port Dickson by-election. - Bernama

Thursday, September 27, 2018

MULTI-RACIAL HARMONY CEREMONY IN MALACCA HIGH

MELAKA: An education-based non-governmental organisation lauds the oldest school in the historic city, Melaka High School (MHS), for promoting diversity and racial harmony.
Melaka Action Group for Parents in Education (Magpie) chairman Mak Chee Kin said the move by the school administration to allow leaders of all faiths to pray for students has strengthened the people’s solidarity in the state.

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"This is the first time in our history that spiritual leaders from
Muslim, Christian, Buddhist and Hindu faiths were allowed to conduct prayers within the school compound as a blessing for students sitting for major examinations,” he said in an interview on Thursday (27.9.18)
Mak commended State Agriculture, Entrepreneur Development and Agro-based committee chairman Norhizam Hassan Baktee for his recent statement encouraging unity and exclusivity among schools in Melaka.
“The drive by Norhizam to enhance mutual respect among Melakans is gradually reaping positive results.
“Never before has a national secondary school invited spiritual leaders from different religions to hold prayers sessions inside the school,” he said, adding the principal should be applauded for making such an arrangement.
During a Merdeka event held at Chinese Temple here, last month,
Norhizam called upon schools to start promoting unity as Melaka should be a role model for other states, due to its status of melting pot for multi-ethnic community.
Norhizam said schools that have been in existence since the colonial period should embark on unity programmes and be emulated by other National types and vernacular education institutions.
"Racial distinctions are deliberately created to shape political influence for selfish reasons" he was quoted by The Star.
For the record, MHS, which was founded in 1826, is also the second oldest school in the country, after Penang Free School.

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/09/27/melaka-high-school-lauded-for-allowing-multi-faith-prayers-within-school-compound/#9Bfy57XssIv34xHr.99

Sunday, September 2, 2018

FORMER MHS 76 GROUP DOING GOOD WORK AT CHEWONG AND KUALA GANDAH ELEPHANT CENTRE

Some former MHS 1976 pupils are contributing their time, resources and monetary contribution to assist the children of CheWong orang asli tribe and Kuala Gandah elephant sanctuary at Lanchang, Pahang.

Last weekend, during the World Elephant Day at Kuala Gandah, some organized activities were held there.