22 Oct 2011   |     fqemo   |     School   |    

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Cyberjaya

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Cyberjaya (SMKC), or National High School of Cyberjaya (SMKC), is a secondary school located in Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Its neighbours are the SK Cyberjaya school and the Multimedia University. It was to be built in the area of Sepang, Selangor. The school construction completed in May 2004. The school was called smart school level A concept but has been changed to expand the school system because the budget was reduced to RM38 million. The school’s design is different, with a more modern look, compared to other schools located in Malaysia. Same goes to its neighbouring schools in Putrajaya. The school sessions started on June 14, 2004 with only 4 enrollments and Encik Md. Salehuddin bin Abdul Rasid as the first headmaster. The number of students then increased about 87 people. As of 2010, the school now has 85 teachers, led by Madam Fuziah binti Mahmood assisted by Puan Hajjah Khatijah binti Kunji Maraikar, the senior academic assistant, Puan Hajjah Habsah binti Mohammad as the senior student affairs (HEM) assistant and Madam Ng Sie Fong as co-curriculum senior assistant. As of 2009 after the transfer of students to SMK Putra Perdana, there are 790 students.



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