Lawatan SMA Katholik Kolese Santo Yusup, Malang , Jawa,
到访的华印高中在东爪哇玛琅县拥有六十年建校历史的名校，是一所天主教教会学校，主要学生源自玛琅县的印尼华侨。华印高中是一所以英语与数理科为特长的学校，此外在推动课外活动与社区活动上亦有杰出的表现。这一支为数38位教职员的拜访团的成员包括了：Giyanto修士、初中与高中校长Petrus Harjanto 与Elisabeth Aning、4 位副校长、辅导老师、资源老师等。
Penghayatan Kemerdekaan 2017
|Sea Game 2017
CHS Band and Wu Shu Club
PROGRAM TERBILANG BAHASA CINA SPM
Majlis Pelantikan Pengawas Sesi Pagi
PN.LAN LAI YEN
|Kempen Derma Darah 2017
Berjaya mengumpul 106 pain darah
Pertandingan Deklamasi Sajak Bahasa Cina Peringkat Selangor
Interaksi Pelajar Pancaragam
a) Carine Senior High School, Australia
b) Ping Jhue Junior High School, Taiwam
Ulang Tahun Sekolah Ke-61
we are *SUPERTAR
RETIREMENT DINNER FOR
MR.ONG BOON PUAH
KLANG EXECUTIVE CLUB
KEM AMPANG PECAH, HULU LANGAT
CHSPJ BOWLING COMPETITION
Persaraan Encik Tham Kok Peng
17 Mac 2017
Mr Tham Kok
Senior Assistant for Student Affairs of Catholic High School, Petaling
Jaya was given a most touching and memorable retirement ceremony by the
school on 17March 2017.
The Board of
Marist Brothers, the Alumni, PTA, ex-colleagues and former
principals, administrators, staff and students showed great care
and love in appreciation of Mr Tham’s tenure in CHSPJ. Many
interesting programmes were carefully planned to ensure Mr.Tham left
the school with priceless moments to cherish.
During the ceremony, Mr Tham commented
trusted the teachers' ability and dedication will continue to inspire
the students greatly. Like many
others, Mr Tham’s gentle patient nature has proven to be
effective in dealing with his colleagues and students.
Mr Tham is well known for his regular use
acronyms whenever he speaks in any occasion in school. For example,
UMNO means U Must Not Overwork or MMI which he literally translated to
“Masa Melindungi Isteri” instead of Masa Melindungi
Instrucktional. He is also well known for his “V” gesture
to display his carefree attitude towards his strenuous job.
As he clocks out of the school for the
time, teachers and students lined up along the main school drive way to
the school gate to bade farewell to Mr Tham with loving hugs and well
Moving forward, it is
"Goodbye Tension, Hello Pension!" for Mr Tham. He has a new list of
KPIs to achieve during his retirement, especially “Masa
CHS hope that Mr Tham
enjoy his much deserved new life.
Mr Tham and all the best!”
Pengumuman Keputusan SPM 2016
18 个科目中，公教共有12个科目考获100%及格率，这些科目是国文、英文、数学、科学、物理、化学、生物、美术、回教、中国文学、科技文学、圣经知识。其余6个科目也取得理想成绩，包括道德教育、历史各99.8%、附加数学98.9%、会计98.6%、经济99.3%及华文99.0%。值得一提的是， 数学和英文各取得GPMP
Persaraan Datin Sivaneswari
15 Mac 2017
Biology teacher Datin Sivaneswari A/P S.S Pillay said goodbye to
everyone at SMJK Katholik, Petaling Jaya with a heavy heart upon his
retirement day which was on 15March 2017. After all, she had
spent her entire teaching career spanning 34 years at the school. She
is currently the longest serving teacher of the school. She retired as
the head of the SPBT and head of teacher advisor of Interact Club.
A special assembly was held to send her off. It was attended by the
Board of Governors, Marist Brothers, the Alumin, PTA, Rotary Club
of Petaling Jaya, teachers and about 1500 students, who presented
Datin with gifts as a show of their appreciation. There were
performances by teachers and students during the ceremony.
During her speech, Datin Sivanes hope that students will do all their
best in their undertakings and find passion in doing them.Our Principal
Pn.Low Lai Khun said, “Being a hardworking teacher, Datin has
always been totally responsible in discharging her duties.”
“She is an asset to our school and she will truly be missed by
all of us in CHS as her commitment to her work has always been
exemplary to all.”
Merentas Desa 2017
Pn.Low Lai Khun
Keputusan STPM 2016
他们是 Koay Guo Yao, Len Shan Yi. Chan Qi-Hua, Goh Shu Jia.
此外15人考获5A， 27 人考获4A、3人
董事长丹斯里林福山在致词时表示指出， 在王文坂校长掌校时， 一直都让他感到很放心， 他真的是一名可信赖的校长。他也称赞王校长推动新时代教学模式，配合优质教育的理念。学校展开多项教学改革策略，提升学生的
王文坂校长致词时表示，他对自己可以在公教中学服务感到荣幸。 这所学校的学生纪律良好、学术和课外活动的表现很标青， 这都有赖于前辈、圣母昆仲会、董事部、校友会和家教协协会全体理事的领导、以及教师和家长们的配合。此外，他也感恩太太无怨
Persaraan Pengetua SMJK Katholik,
En Ong Boon Puah J.M.W telah diadakan pada 14 Februari 2017, pukul 9.00
bertempat di Dewan Brother Philippe Wu. Semasa perarakan masuk ke dewan, Tuan Pengetua dan para tetamu telah
persembahan yang berlangsung di Dewan Kuliah, Dataran Sejarah,
Anjung Kasih . Tuan Pengetua dan para tetamu berjalan masuk
ke dewan dengan
diiringi pancaragam sekolah dan tarian singa.
dimulakan dengan ucapan daripada wakil
Lembaga Pengelola Sekolah Tan Sri Lim Hock San, wakil dari
Negeri Selangor, En. Sazali Bin Baharudin. Majlis diteruskan dengan
penyampaian cenderamata daripada Lembaga Pengelola, PIBG, Alumni,
Pengetua-pengetua Daerah Petaling Utama, bekas Pengetua dan guru, wakil
universiti,guru-guru dan murid-murid. Tuan Pengetua juga mengambil
untuk mengucapkan terima kasih kepada semua pihak yang membantunya dan
sekolah kekal gemilang dan terbilang pada masa hadapan.
salam perpisahan dilakukan,
telah diadakan beberapa persembahan oleh guru dan pelajar sebagai
terakhir tuan pengetua bersama para guru, staf dan pelajar SMJK Katholik.
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" Jom ke Sekolah"
Program "Jom ke sekolah" telah dilancarkan pada
6hb Februari 2017, semasa perhimpunan. Program "Jom ke sekolah"
merupakan satu strategi KPM bersama-sama PDRM, bagi menarik minat murid
hadir ke sekolah.
Pegawai Perhubungan Polis, Inspektor Tham Mau Mau
Yee telah membaca perutusan Ketua Polis Negara, sementara Pn.Susan
Leong, Ketua Unit Disiplin membaca perutusan Menteri Pendidikan
Karnival Tahun Baru Cina 2017
校于1月23日至1月25日 上午9时至下午4时 在历史广场举办2017 年春晖。
Permuafakatan Timbalan Menteri Pendidikan II YB Senator Datuk
Woon bersama Pengetua SMJK Conforming
2017 dan Penyampaian Hadiah kepada murid-murid cemerlang PT3 2016
中三评估考试中获得7个至10个A的 考生都受邀上台领取的奖状和奖牌。接着，2017/2018家协理事投选正式开始。在场的家长皆踊跃参与，分别提出不少候选人。经过一 番投票与计
Pn. Ya Wun Mooi
本校于1月 20 日 举行荣休会，欢送副校长叶银妹正式荣休，董事部与家教协会执委、圣母昆仲会代表、家长、校友皆出席仪式，场面显得依依不舍。
Painting Workshop(Year of
为了配合丁酉年的到来，传承年画的精神和意义。学校在1 月 19 日（星期四） 下午1时至三时进行了一场集体彩鸡行善迎新春活动。
DOUBLE CLICK FOR LARGE IMAGE
有意收藏此精美装特刊的家长，可通过孩子，乐捐至少RM30， 在中午12.30 – 6.30之间，直接找陈秀珍老师（课外活动副校长室）。
PERPISAHAN TINGKATAN LIMA DAN ENAM ATAS 2016
第56 届 高中 暨 第32届大学先修班毕业典礼
time for looking back on lessons
shared, bright moments
A time for saying goodbye to old friends,
to good times you have known ... a time for
packing away memories,
treasures for tomorrow.
A time for looking forward,
a time to set new goals,
to dream new dreams, to try your wings and see what lies beyond.
wishing all of you Good Luck
and Success all through your life !
Text and photograher :
From all in CHSPJ
Pn.Chee Yai Chu
Poon Yoke Lan
Remember the past with fondness,
Look to the future with eagerness,
Live each moment to the fullest.
Pn.Chee Yai Chu.
Mr.Lim KS and Mdm.Yong SH
Peningkatan Mutu Tulisan Kaligrafi Cina
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Jubilee Carnival 60周年校庆嘉年华
Jubilee Carnival POSTER
CHS Diamond Jubilee
Rewind, Play,’ is the chosen theme for this year’s CHS
Diamond Jubilee Campfire. The campfire was held at night on 16th July 2016 and it was
organized concurrently with our annual leadership camp which was held
on the 14th to
the Scouts and Girl Guides would alternatively organize the campfire
annually. This year, a first in our school’s history, members of
Scouts and Girl Guides joined forces to organise this special event.
The committee are from the 9th Petaling Scout Group, 8th PJ Coy and 16th PJ Unit Rangers.
the night of the campfire, the VIPs were welcomed into the hall at
7.30pm. The Diamond Jubilee Campfire began with a bang where a roll
call was made. All
the troupes represented at the camp identified themselves, followed by
giving out of souvenirs to the representatives of the uniformed bodies
from the 14 participating schools. Schools represented at the camp were
from W.P Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Melaka. Next, our principal, Mr.
Ong Boon Puah, delivered his welcoming speech followed by a speech from
the Vice Chairman of the School Board of Governors, Dato Tommy Kok.
school’s choir kicked off the nights performance with a powerful
rendition of the songs ‘Stand By Me’, ‘Rather
Be’, ‘Can’t Take My Eyes of You’, and
‘Heal the World’. Then, a few students from the Diabolo
team entertained the audience with their skills and dazzling play of
the Chinese Yoyo. This was followed by a video presentation about the
theme of this campfire night.
the 15 minutes interval, the participants enjoyed some light
refreshments. The participants were also given the opportunity to toast
marshmallows at the tripod roasting sets that were skilfully built by
our school band, Sinfonietta
performed a few songs which include the
upbeat hit song by Pharrel with
the title, ‘Happy.’ The form 3 Scouts and Girl Guides also
performed a dance. After the rain stopped, everyone gathered at the
assembly ground for the fire lighting ceremony which concludes the CHS
Diamond Jubilee Campfire for Year 2016.
Audrey Kho Hui Yen
On the 25th of
2016, our school organised the Diamond Jubilee Musical Extravaganza in
celebration of the school’s 60th anniversary. At 7.30
pm, the VIPs
were welcomed into the hall accompanied by the Lion Dance troupe.
The event commenced with
opening dance presented by the Cultural and Theatre Club titled
Through the lively beat of the drums and powerful movements of the
audience was welcomed to join the journey of life at Catholic High
Next, several CHS alumni sang a medley of songs that represented the
Following that was a speech from the Chairman of the School Board of
Tan Sri Lim Hock San.
speech, the Chinese Yoyo team showed off their skills to the song
‘Let It Go’.
The Wushu team then wowed the crowd with a performance called
‘The Art of
Wu-lin’. The school band gave a stunning performance of
‘When The Saints Go
Marching In’ and the Sinfonietta played ‘Coldplay’s
Viva La Vida’ and ‘Michael
Jackson’s Smooth Criminal’.
After a 15 minute
Chinese Orchestra continued the second half of the concert with a song
Dragons Rising and Tigers Leaping. This was followed by a performance
of a song
called Metamorphosis by the Harmonica and Guitar band. The concert was
with the Diamond Jubilee Medley performed by the choir, Chinese
band, Sinfonietta and Harmonica and Guitar Band. Deafening applause and
reverberated across the hall, grandly ending the night with a bang.
highlight for Catholic High School's Diamond Jubilee celebration was
the Thanksgiving Mass. On the 24 th of June, a special Mass was
celebrated in Dewan Bro. Philippe Wu. The main celebrant was His Grace
Archbishop Julian Leow and con celebrated by 4 other priests. The Mass
was well attended by the Marist Brothers, FMM Sisters, Parishioners
from St Francis Xavier Church, Catholic residents from section 10,
members of the school board, alumni, teachers and students.
Mass was animated by the Catholic Students while the hymns were led by
CHS Junior Choir.
Grace Archbishop Julian blessed all the students and teachers at the
end of the Mass.
the Mass, all invited guests were treated to a simple lunch.
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BIGGEST LOGO FORMATION
In conjunction with Catholic High School Diamond Jubilee celebration,
1,523,677 pens are used to create the biggest logo using recycled
pens.The pens are sourced from students, teachers and stationery
suppliers such as Pelikan and Popular.
the pens and canvases for the logo base, as well as the rainy weather
was challenging but it was worth all the effort as CHSPJ has set a
national record in the Malaysia
Book of Records for completing the biggest logo using
thanks to En William Samuel and all the Sixth Form students. We are
very proud of all of you and we salute you - mighty CHSians!
done and congratulations to all in CHSPJ !
Pn.Chee Yai Chu
Lim Kian Siong
为了配合八打灵公教中学今年创校60年，本校中六学生构思用回收笔拼凑校庆标志。这项计划筹备了6 个月，通过校内外，募集了逾152万3677支笔，完成拼凑校庆标志工程，并成功列入了大马记录大全，成为大马“最大型以笔拼成的标志”。最大校庆标志的体积为40米长、27.1 米宽。这由102名中六学生所缔造的历史，为今年钻石银禧校庆增添色彩。
Day 2016 27.05.2016
For Continually Inspires me to do my
You help me strive for goals, I found guidance, friendship,
discipline and love, everything, in one person.
that person is you
Happy Teacher's Day
最后压轴好戏的是中六学生的表演。他们以栩栩如生的化妆和服装，跳了迈克尔·杰克逊 的《颤栗》(Thriller) 。此外，张元瑞同学也为师生们准备了精彩绝伦的表演—变脸。他的表演吸引了不少观众的注意力，让观众们目不转
SPORT DAY 2016
sports day. This
year’s sports day was like none other.
The early mornings
sports days are just
so melancholic. Fresh wisps of air, morning dew on top of leaves, the
coloured morning sky... It makes it even more special that this
day will also be in conjunction with the school’s 60th
Students were seen
wearing their sports house
shirts with smiles on their faces, in anticipation of what lay ahead
started once the
school band played their marching tune, followed by the house marchers
them. The programme was then continued with the singing of the national
an oath and a speech from the Head of the school’s Board of
Governors, Tan Sri Lim
Hock San. After that, the school’s sports captain, Kieran Choong,
passed a lit
Olympic-esque torch to Tan Sri Lim Hock San, as a symbol of the
the sports day.
The first few
the day were of
course the sprinting events. This was followed by the formation
the marchers of every sports house. The marchers put on a spectacular
performance, each house showcasing creative formations and house cheers.
Later on, more
events were held
and as the day progressed it was becoming clearer who the final house
As the sports day
coming to a close, a
sea of people began to gather in the middle of field. When the honorary
were giving out the prizes to the winners, thunderous cheers were
more importantly there were smiles all around.
By the end of the
ceremony, the overall
house champion was announced. This year, Green house was crowned as the
champion of this year’s sports event.
插了两项马来民间游戏 - 拉摈榔叶比赛以及椰
陈晴 Chang Cheng 3A4
MAJLIS ANUGERAH CEMERLANG
最后，颁奖礼来到高潮，既是宣布两项最高荣誉奖 -- 2015年度模范生与最佳运动员。2015年男女模范生奖分别落在品学兼优的刘宇捷同学以及莫晓琪同学；而最佳男女运动员奖则不负众望，分别落在叱咤乒乓球坛的国手梁
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KECEMASAN KEBAKARAN (FIRE DRILL)
Tarikh: 13 April 2016
Terima kasih kepada Pasukan Bomba dan semua warga sekolah
yang telah menjayakan projek ini.
on your retirement!
the way, we have to admit that your energy and enthusiasm for school,
students and especially to Yellow House are the toughest benchmark
to beat at
you for all the hard work. We
will miss you.
all in CHS, PJ.
the 24th of March, we
celebrated the retirement of a beloved teacher – Mr. Cedric Chan.
has contributed a great deal to the school as an English, Geography and
teacher, and especially as the teacher advisor of the CHS Yellow House.
ceremony commenced as soon as the
students settled in the hall after an early recess. Mr. Cedric, his
the VIPs entered the hall to cheers of hurrah and thunderous applause.
round of speeches began. Our principal, Mr. Ong Boon Puah took to the
thank Mr. Cedric for his contributions to Catholic High School. Mr. Cedric then proceeded to give a speech
which comprised of three parts- his journey with God, his teaching
his advice to the students.
highly anticipated performances began
shortly after. Madam Susan and her entourage of colleagues, also known
Friends of Cedric performed a song specially arranged for Mr. Cedric.
that, Mr. Cedric’s Form 3 students danced and sang in
appreciation of Mr.
Cedric’s teaching. The Form 5 Yellow House members also presented
regarding the unforgettable antics of Mr. Cedric and his efforts in
Yellow House reach greater feats.
Cedric then took to the stage to cut
his birthday cake. As the ceremony came to an end, we bade farewell to
Cedric as he was escorted out of the hall with the VIPs. We will always
Mr. Cedric as the most enthusiastic and friendly teacher who always
and beyond for his students.
you Mr. Cedric. Happy Retirement!
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STPM 和 SPM 成绩放榜
八打灵公教中学在政府考试中再传佳音，捷报连连。在甫放榜的大马高级教育文凭考试(STPM)中，本校考生以3.05总积分，蝉联八打灵县成绩最优秀学校和全雪州第二名。 2015年共有40名考生。全科及格率为100%。当中有5名学生考获全5科A 。
喜讯成双，大马教育文凭(SPM）成绩也高奏凯歌。本校的学校平均积分（GPS）达2.03分，及格率为99.8% ，在八打灵再也县內继续荣获第一，全雪州则位列三甲！ 该校在2015年共有524名学生应考，其中全科A的学生有39名（7.43%）， 获得12A共有3名（0.57%）、11A 有12名（2.29%）、10A有51名（9.71%）和9A 有90名（17.14%）共有156名学生考获9A或以上的优异成绩。另外，在18科参与考试科目中，仅有3科，即是歷史、高级数学和华文，有一人不及格之外，其余的15个科目皆获得100％的及格率。
|LADAP 2 (E-PEMBELAJARAN SEKTOR AWAM)
oleh En.Azlee b Ab Rahim (05/03/2016)
CROSS COUTRY RACE 2016
On the 20th of February 2016, our school
held its annual cross-country event, but with a slight twist. CHS, our
is celebrating her 60th anniversary this year and thus the
cross country race was renamed the “CHS Diamond Jubilee Road
Run” where the alumni
and parents too were invited to take part in this event.
On the morning of the road run, the atmosphere was
one filled with excitement. Before the run started, everyone did
Once the horn was blared to signal the start of the run, the faster,
determined runners sprinted ahead with the hope of receiving a medal at
of the day; with the hope of bringing glory to their respective sports
Others jogged slowly and leisurely, enjoying the beautiful morning with
Throughout the journey to the finish line, one might
have heard cheers from teachers and fellow runners, the huffs and puffs
runners who were getting tired and the birds chirping from high above.
were also on-duty members of uniformed bodies who were waving their
guiding runners along the very challenging running paths.
By the end of the run, everyone was tired and the school
canteen was crammed with students who quenched their thirst or shoved
their grumbling bellies.
Around 11:15am, everyone was ushered into the sports
centre and told to sit according to their respective sports houses.
prize-giving ceremony, names of winners were announced; cheers were
High-spirited house cheers and chants of each sports house accentuated
The event ended at 12:30pm. As a whole, the road run
was considered a success and everyone enjoyed it. More importantly, the
Diamond Jubilee Road Run was a significant event in the history of our
（符传婷 、谢舒询 、黄柔恩 、吴薇琪 、欧若妤 联合报道）
|60th Anniversary Celebration
Murmurs of excitement reverberated through the crowd of
slowly gathering in the hall. At long last, the day had arrived, the
launch a year-long celebration to mark 60 years of excellence in
producing young talents.
After the morning bell, the entire student body eagerly
the hall, waiting the launching of our beloved Catholic High
anniversary celebration. It is quite astonishing that in this time, we
expanded from a small missionary school to an exemplary cluster school
excellence. Following that, with deafening applause the students
VIP’s which comprise our school administrators, PIBG board
members and Marist brothers.
The singing of the national anthem, state anthem and school anthem
The school principal, Mr. Ong Boon Puah took to the
deliver a concise yet moving speech about the school and its rich
Sri Dato’ Lim Hock San, PIBG chairman Mr. Kenny Tan as well as
Teoh delivered their speeches respectively, each addressing various
about the school and highlighting the school’s vibrant past. The
all enlightened about the school’s interesting past.
Following that, there was a video screening that
Catholic High School’s eventful timeline. The entire hall was
entranced by the
eye-opening journey down the school’s 60 years of rich history.
From being an
all boys’ school to becoming a co-ed school, from transforming
from a quaint
little school to one of the best in the state, the evolution of
School has been simply stunning to say the least. The video gave an
the very foundations of the school and the unsung efforts of the
and teachers in ensuring that the school performs to its maximum
After that, the VIP’s gathered onstage to unfurl a
officially mark the beginning of the year-long celebration of Catholic
School’s 60th anniversary. There was also a tree
at the field in commemoration of our school’s anniversary.
课外活动招生日 HARI KOKURIKULUM
Kai Lun 5S9
THREE ASSESSMENT (PT3) EXAMINATION RESULT
2015 年初中三评估考试PT3 成绩放榜
The results of Form Three
Assessment (PT3) Examination had been released nationwide on 14
December 2015. Our school students of performed a great and
excellent result this year.
The overall pass rate for 2015 (96.20%) has been increasing for 9.81%
compared to the overall passing rate for 2014 (86.39%). GPS of the
school also improved from 1.88 (2014) to 1.67.
19 students (3.44%) who score 10As ; 72 students (13.02%) who score 9As
; 74 students (13.38%) who score 8As and 84 students who score 7As
In fact, the
pass rates for different subjects in PT3 examination have greatly
pass rate for Malay Language (Written Test) is 99.46% ; Malay Language
Test), English Language (Written Test), English Language (Oral Test), Islamic Studies, Living Skills (ERT), Living
Skill (PK) and Living Skill (KT) are 100%.; History
and Geography are 99.82% ; Chinese
Language is 99.46%; Mathematics
is 98.73% and Science is 97.65%. In
a nutshell, all the students have done a great performance in this PT3
WE PROUD OF YOU !
马来西亚中三评估考试 (PT3) 的成绩已在 2015 年 12 月 14 日在全国发布。很荣幸的
keputusan yang amat
membanggakan dan mereka berjaya
meningkatkan nama sekolah SMJK Katholik.
Saturday, the 14th of November 2015, a joyous and
memorable dinner was held in our beloved Brother Phillip Wu Hall. This
was held as a symbol of gratitude towards all the hard work and
given by the Board of Governors, Parent Teacher Association members,
Administrators, Teachers and also staff of Catholic High School in
the school is always fully equipped and at par with the other schools
‘Retro Nite’ brought us back to the earlier days of the
as to remind us of our 60th anniversary celebration next
guests arrived in a variety of dresses and outfits’ that suit the
night was filled with joy and laughter as we were was served
with scrumptious ntertained by delicious food, wonderful singing,
dancing, and alacritous games. Most guests left with a happy smile
receiving their lucky draw prizes especially Mr Wong Kiang Kok who
Asus tablet and Mdm Lau Yan Hong who received a HP laptop. Besides
Mohd Ali and Mdm Chee Yai Chu were awarded the Best Dressed Awards as
managed to catch the hearts of all the guests with their lovely outfits.
this successful event would not have taken place without the
amazing teamwork by the organising committee and the wonderful support
teachers and staffs.
|Tahniah dan syabas kepada
semua warga CHS
Hari Anugerah Kualiti PPD
Petaling Utama 2015
Pemimpin ICT (Sekolah Menengah)
En.Ong Boon Puah
Anugerah Pengurusan Ko-kurikulum Dan Sukan Terbaik
Anugerah Pengurusan Pusat Sumber Sekolah (Sekolah Menengah)
Pencapaian SPM (GPS Terbaik)
Majlis Persaraan En Lim Jin Fou
Happy retirement Mr.Lim
Perpisahan Tingkatan 5 dan 6 28.10.2015
To all CHS
Form 5 and Form 6 students,
this is just a sincere wish from all of us in CHSPJ.
All the best!
Majlis Anugerah Kecemerlangan
Peringkat Negeri Selangor
Anugerah Pengurusan Cemerlang
Majlis Anugerah Sukan & Kokurikulum
2015 (Petaling Utama)
Anugerah Sekolah Cemerlang
Anugerah Kepimpinan Kokurikulum 2015
Anugerah Guru Cemerlang
Leong Chee Feng
Anugerah Olahragawan U18
Kua Kim Yong
Anugerah Atlet Lelaki
Harapan (Sukan bukan anjuran KPM)
PERSARAAN BROTHER JOHN CHIN
把33载岁月献给杏坛的陈运财修士 Brother John Chin， 日前光荣退休。
本校董家教、全体教职员和学生精心为Brother John 举办一场温馨具纪念性的荣休仪式。
Brother John 投身教育界， 在杏坛服务33 年期间，
都是在八打灵公教中学执教。他默默耕耘为本校作出许多贡献。希望在为未来的日子里， Brother John 健康、快乐和继续为教会服务。
Dearest Bro John,
Your contribution to CHS
Will never be forgotten
Your love for us all these years Has
spoilt us rotten
Your encouragement all this time Has
kept us motivated
Your cheerful company has Always
kept us satiated
We are sad and grumpy To let
you leave like this
However, we wish you a happy retirement
May your life be full of bliss
God bless always
From all in CHS, PJ.
亚军：赛城多媒体大学 (MMU Cyberjaya)
long anticipated Teacher's Day celebration for the year 2015
knocking on our doors on the 29th of May!
It began with deafening roars and
screams that echoed throughout the Dewan Brother Phillipe Wu when the SUPERSTARS
of the day entered according to groups named after artistes that have
people worldwide, with ladies dressed elegantly and gentlemen in suits,
with a masquerade mask in hand. Then began the usual round of speeches
the spectacular performances commenced.
First, there was Madam
Susan Leong sang two beautiful songs to the accompaniment of the
piano by the talented Mr. Eugene, whose hands graced the
there was a lovely duet performed by Madam Lim Yian Hwa and Mr Lew Yu
which was followed by a creative performance of two songs by the
Board. Next was a jaw-dropping catwalk by the teachers that made the
wild. The members of the Wushu Club then showcased their talents with
that left the audience in awe. Lastly, there was an entertaining
dance that saw some of the teachers twirling and shaking to the beat of
music. Prizes were later given out to the teachers who had sashayed
pizzazz on stage earlier. Mr Lean Kee Fong, who dressed up as a cowboy
Wild Wild West was crowned King, whilst Madam Wong Ewe Leng who
in cosplay until she was completely unrecognisable by the
It was great to see the
side of our teachers. The hard work of the Monitorial Board, the
Board and the Librarians in making this year's Teacher's Day
celebration a huge
success had definitely paid off, and we can't wait for next
Teacher's Day celebration to amaze us again.
Sport Day 2015
25th of April 2015- In the wee hours of the day, the school
was already bustling with activity, all in anticipation for the
grand Sports Day event. House marchers were seen putting on their
costumes and make-up, whilst all the service clubs were busy preparing
for their duties.
The programme kicked off at 7.00 a.m.
with an evaluation session for all the house decorations. A tradition
that is no doubt uniquely CHS-ian. This year, the Blue House had opted
for a theme based off the movie Enchanted. The Green House went with a
military theme whilst the Yellow House decided to take on a classic-
Beauty and the Beast. The Red House chose to present themselves as the
Fire Nation whilst the Purple House took on Candyland.
With all the students settled at the field and the sports
centre, the formalities began. After the marching performances by the
various uniformed bodies and service clubs, the house marchers stole
the stage with their compelling marching routines. Soon after, the
tournament flag was raised, and all the participants took the oath of
sportsmanship. With that, the school's PIBG chairman Mr Lim Hock
San took the podium to give his speech.
Once the opening ceremony was done with, it was on to the
best portion of the day's itinerary. Our school's athletes competed
with athletes from other schools and emerged triumphant in every event.
There was a brief interval for the house cheer performances. Soon
enough, it was time for the school's athletes to compete with one
The day ended with all the students convening under the
blazing sun. The Blue House trailed behind the Yellow House, whilst the
Purple House came in third. The Green House pulled off a second place
standing and the Red House emerged as the champion two years, in
The 2015 Sports' Day was a tremendous success. The CHS
Sports Day is a true embodiment of the CHS spirit, passion and
|好人好事 We are proud of you
Perasmian Bangunan Dato's Seri Lim Bock
Seng & Datin Seri Liew Sok Boon dan Projek Solar PV
6/3/2015 marks an
important milestone in the history of Catholic High School as we
opening ceremony of our new block, Bangunan Dato’ Seri Lim Bock
Datin Seri Liew Sok Boon, and the Solar Photo Voltaic panels.
around 9.30am, the clashing sound of the school Lion Dance Troupe
arrival of YB Datuk Dr. Wee Ka Siong, minister from the Prime
Department. Together with the other guests of honor who had arrived
they proceeded to the new block. Brother Robert Teoh, Marist Brother
of Province of East Asia, chairman of PTA association Mr Kenny Tan,
the board of governors Dato’ Lim Hock San and lastly by YB Datuk
Dr. Wee Ka
Siong started the went with their speeches. In his speech, Datuk Wee Ka
his appreciation towards the Marist Brothers as the founder of the
added that more aid from the Ministry of Education will be given to
schools as such schools are an important part of Malaysia’s
the speeches, the VIPs were invited to participate in the ribbon
ceremony to inaugurate the opening of the new building. The second
the morning was the signing ceremony for the new block where
Dato’ Sri Lim Hock
San was invited to officially sign the plaque. This historical moment
witnessed by Datuk Dr. Wee Ka Siong who was then invited to sign the
the launching of the Solar Photo Voltaic panels.
photo session by the journalists from the local media, the VIPs were
invited to visit the school Archive Room and walk down memory lane. The
were also accompanied to take a tour of the new block.
event ended at around 11.30 a.m. with some light refreshments for the
guests. This event was made possible by the commitment of the dedicated
teachers and students.
Pelancaran Pendidikan Abad ke-21 & Seven Habits of Highly Effective
Majlis Pelancaran Pendidikan Abad Ke-21 dan Seven Habits of Highly
Effective People telah disempurnakan pada 19hb Januari 2015 oleh
Dato's Sri Lim Hock San, Pengerusi Lembaga Pengelola.
Matlamat adalah untuk melengkapkan pelajar dengan nilai dan kemahiran
abad ke-21. Kemahiran abad ke -21 merangkumi kemahiran belajar,
kemahiran literasi dan kemahiran kehidupan. Harapan sekolah
adalah dapat meningkatkan kemahiran guru dan pelajar secara keseluruhan
yang boleh menghadapi cabaran abad ke-21
|Hari Kokurikulum 2015
All the committee members and members of the
co-curricular clubs have been working tirelessly in preparation for the
huge event on the 23rd of January 2015 - Hari Kokurikulum.
As usual, the VIPS went onstage to present
their speeches and then Hari Kokurikulum officially began. The members
of the clubs tried to convince and persuade students to join their
clubs or buy their merchandise. The hall was a hub of activity with
students milling around while loud music played in the background.
Many clubs performed to attract potential
members. For example, the Choir Club showcased their talent in a flash
mob with the song 'Happy'. Two fencers also dueled enthralling the
It was a wonderful, amazing day for many but
also a tiring and exhausting one for the students on duty.
Nevertheless, it was a great day for everyone and all students are
urged to join a club, society or uniformed body today, for it is truly
awesome to belong somewhere, a family away from home. Join in the fun,
for you will never regret it!
of October 2014 saw
the graduation of 530 form five and 58 upper six students from the
Catholic High School Petaling Jaya. Some
1000, including graduates, parents, teachers, members of the Board of
Governors, the Parent-Teacher Association and the Alumni attended the
event in the Brother Phillipe Wu
Speeches were given by the chairman of the Alumni, Mr. Fong Kui Lun,
chairman of the PTA, Mr. Kenny Tan Jui Thong and the principal, Mr. Ong
Puah. Soon after, the graduands went up the stage to receive their
graduation ended on a high note with different
groups of graduating
students singing on stage to bid farewell to the school.
Appreciation Day 2014
year’s Teacher’s Appreciation Day was held
3 November 2014. To mark
the occasion, the Board of Governors
and the Parent-Teacher Association hosted a hi-tea at the Tropicana
Country Resort as a gift and a thank-you for the teachers.
than 120 teachers were treated to
entertainment and a lunch. Long service awards were also presented to
who had served the school for 10 , 15 or 20 years. To make the event
a karaoke competition was held among the teachers but the highlight of
was the lucky draw whereby mini ipads and tabs were given out as prizes
Bulan Penghayatan Kemerdekaan
bulan 22 Ogos, sekolah kita
telah menyambut Bulan Penghayatan Kemerdekaan. Majlis dimulakan dengan
perarakan pasukan badan beruniform. Semua pasukan beruniform telah
persembahan masing-masing yang sangat menarik.
Selepas penyanyian Lagu Kebangsaan, pengetua,
Encik Ong Boon Puah telah menyampaikan ucapannya. Seterusnya, para
naik ke pentas untuk melaungkan 'Merdeka!' sebanyak tiga kali. Para
telah melaung dengan penuh tenaga dan semangat.
laungan Merdeka selesai,
tibalah persembahan daripada para murid. Pertama sekali, Kelab
Teater telah mempersembahkan tarian moden, tarian Melayu, Cina serta
Selain itu, pelajar daripada kelas 4S4 telah mempersembahkan drama yang
bertajuk 'Erti Kemerdekaan bagi remaja zaman dahulu dan sekarang'.
kumpulan koir telah mempersembahkan beberapa lagu. Antaranya, Heal The
Jalur Gemilang, Keranamu Malaysia dan sebagainya.
pada tahun ini telah disambut dengan penuh kemeriahan.
|Pengetua, En.Ong Boon Puah
telah menerima Sijil Anugerah Tawaran Baharu kepada Pengetua 2013
(bidang keberhasilan utama (NKRA) Pendidikan) pada 27hb Jun 2014 di
Majlis Anugerah Tawaran Baharu Pengetua 2013.
|Perayaan Ulang Tahun Sekolah
ke-58 telah disempurnakan pada 23hb Jun 2014.
Tema tahun in Engage,
Tingkatan 6 (2013)
Sekolah telah menerima anugerah dalam Majlis Anugerah Kecemerlangan
Prauniversiti peringkat negeri Selangor pada 27hb Jun 2014. Antara anugerah yang
a) Anugerah Sekolah PGNK Cemerlang
b) Anugerah Sekolah Cemerlang 2013 Selangor
c) Anugerah Khas: KooSung Phang (5A)
d) Anugerah Emas: 9 orang pelajar
e) Anugerah Perak: 9 orang pelajar
Blood Donation 2014
风雅颂•赋比兴•系列八之 PMO Concert
On the 26th of April 2014, amidst much fanfare and
anticipation, Catholic High School’s Chinese Orchestra Band,
fondly known as the PMO, proudly launched their eighth band concert.
The concert, aptly named风雅颂•赋比兴•系列八之, was organized to
cultivate the interest and appreciation of the current generation
towards Chinese culture as a whole.
Unlike the annual concerts prior to this one, only
one session was held. With the stage set majestically with its
beautiful backdrop and the hall tastefully decorated, the concert began
officially at 7.30 p.m. as the lion dance troupe lead the
VIPs into the hall. A ribbon cutting ceremony was then held, followed
by speeches given by the PIBG Chairman and the chairman of the concert
organizing committee, Mr. Kenny Tan ,our school principal Mr Ong Boon
Puah and the Chairman of the Board of Governors, Dato’ Sri Lim
Hock San respectively. Shortly after the speeches, applause soon
resounded in the hall as pops of streamers were released.
The musical portion of the
concert commenced with the opening notes of 《敢问路在何方》, the theme song of
the well-known and prolific TV series “Journey to the
West”. The music encapsulated the fearlessness if Priest Tang and
his four disciples in pursuit of the holy bible. This particular
performance had the audience in awe from the get go. The band then went
on to perform 《春节序曲》, one of the most played Chinese philharmonics.
Much merriness and gaiety was
relayed through the mellifluous melody.
《上海老歌串烧》, a piece made out of ten well-known Shanghai Oldies arranged
by a Malaysian musician, Liang Han Kui, had the audience reminiscing
with all the old-school opuses. To infuse the concert with a local
tinge, 《舒莉兰》was performed. Originally a traditional Malay lullaby, the
song was adapted by the Chinese musician, Sim Boon Yew.A short
intermission soon followed as the audience
left the hall and the performers halted to recompose themselves.
After the break, 《冬》, a
soothing and calming piece encapsulating the true meaning of winter was
perfomed, much to the enjoyment of the audience. The concert came to a
full circle at 9.30 p.m.with the dramatic symphony 《穆桂英挂帅》, a song
written all things ala-Chinese Opera for the story “Mu Guiying
Takes Command”. This performance in particular, truly encompassed
and embodied the genuine value of music in its power to relay a tale
As the audience slowly filed out of the hall
,jubilant smiles were seen plastered on the faces of the band members
who had spent their holidays and much of their time practicing
diligently. Passion, the same passion instilled and bred amongst all
the PMO members truly did make this event a success
Pertandingan Perbahasan Bahasa
Cina Ala Parlimen Sekolah Menengah
Peringkat Negeri Selangor Tahun 2014
|MURAL COMPETITION 2013
one of the lucky 50 schools participating s in the Mural
Competition organized in conjunction with the 50th
Malaysia Day, the students of CHS have once again created a
that will be seen and remembered for years to come. The competition,
“Together, We Create Endless Possibilities” was held all
over Malaysia in the
respective schools between the 18th of August and the 7th
of September, with each school selecting a date to hold the
chose the 24th of August to hold the competition.
The organizers provided an
experienced artist for each school, and our school was lucky to get the
Kenji Chai, from Sabah, who had been a graffiti artist for about 5
years and is
currently a designer. Miss Sherry Ong was the teacher-in-charge, and 10
students ranging from Forms 3-5 took part in the contest. The majority
students were from the Creative Club. The wall chosen for the mural was
Block C, next to the principal’s car park. Perhaps you have seen
the mural? If
not, hurry over to get a look at its new face now!
The ten students gathered
Bilik Gerakan at around 8 in the morning to await the arrival of Kenji,
bringing with them sketches of their ideas for the mural for the artist
through and select. Wei Xin, one of the participants, gave us a few
her feelings. “I’m nervous because it’s my first time
trying out graffiti. Most
of us haven’t any experience with it so we hope it’ll turn
out all right.” She
also expressed her concern about how the sketches would turn out on the
they would be enlarged and the perspective would be slightly changed.
When Kenji arrived, they
out with a self-introduction. Then, Kenji asked them what graffiti meant to them. They debated a little about the
misconceptions of graffiti. As another participant, Jia Qian said in an
interview, a lot of people thought that graffiti was just a part of
activity. She said she used to think so, until she heard a debate about
graffiti was vandalism or art, which changed her perspective on things.
she thinks that graffiti is a form of expression of art.
In a few moments, Kenji
had chosen a
sketch he liked, and with a few tweaks to it, they were now ready to
Upon reaching the wall chosen for the mural, they
pulled on face masks and gloves. Kenji
started them off by teaching them some basics of graffiti, like making
and filling in colours. Then, the students started taking over, first
basic outline of things, then filling in the base colours and finally
details. Under Kenji’s guidance, the mural slowly but surely took
During this time, of
were onlookers, mainly students passing by on the way to the science
curious students during recess. A staff from the organizers, Christine
there to supervise the activity. Not missing a chance to interview the
students, she had them take pictures in front of the mural and asked
their hopes and dreams for the future. When
asked by us about her thoughts on the programme, she
said, “I think
it’s a good idea, because it gives the students more confidence
as they can see
their own work displayed to everyone, and it also makes them better
thinkers. It also spreads the positive
spirit through the mural.”
Finally, after hours of
the mural was completed and the participants were given certificates of
participation. The results of the competition though, will have to
they will be announced much later. Even so, you can help CHS in
you may ask? It’s easy, just like and share the album on the
Facebook page Gempaknya My School. The mural with the
highest number of likes and shares after the 17th of
an additional 10 marks! What are you waiting for? Like and share the
and help CHS in winning the first prize of RM10,000 and if we are one
best 15 schools, a prize-giving ceremony with the Prime Minister of
Show your CHS spirit, everyone!
GLORY CONCERT 2013 '光辉岁月' 音乐会
of preparations and hard work, Catholic High School’s Harmonica
and Guitar Band
(H&G) proudly launched
their band concert again, themed
‘Harmonious Glory’ on 22 April 2013. The event was aimed to
improve the music
quality and skills of the members and also to cultivate interest
towards music among the
students. The concert was performed twice by the band, the matinee show
in the afternoon
and the full concert in the evening.
7.30p.m, the concert began with the
opening ceremony by the VIPs.
was the gong-banging ceremony by two VIPs, the Chairman of the Board of Governors,
Dato’ Lim Hock San and our school principal, Mr.Ong Boon Puah,
followed by the
release of poppers by the VIPs on stage. Next, speeches
were delivered by the chairman of the
concert organising committee and PIBG chairman, Mr. Tommy Kok and the
principal, Mr. Ong Boon Puah.
The concert then
got into full swing with a blast from
the 18th century song,
Can’. The lively music was well-known for its
high-energy and physically demanding music
performed by a chorus
female dancers who manipulate their long
skirts. The band then proceeded with a song by Billy Joel, named
As a tribute to the legendary King of Pop Michael Jackson, a small
members then performed a medley of his signature songs from ‘Man
in the Mirror’
to ‘Beat it’.
highlight of the night included a ‘surprise’ performance by
Miss Margaret Lim, the
Senior Assistant of Co-curriculum. She performed a lovely rendition of
Japanese classic cartoon theme song ‘Laputa’ with the
members of the H&G
band. Next, the head of discipline, Madam Susan Leong also brought the
down with a group of band members with her distinct version of American
singer David Frizzle’s ‘Words Don’t Come Easy”.
She played an acoustic guitar
while singing ,showcasing the hidden talents of teachers in the school.
the former president of H&G Miss Jocelyn Khoo performed two songs
guitar entitled ‘Spiritual Groove’ and ‘Dracula and
friends’. These two songs
were complicated and required different techniques.
creative members also hit the stage with ‘10 hands 1
guitar’ performance. This
performance featured the full usage of the whole guitar, producing
pitch and tones when different parts of the guitar are played. The five
also showcased their vocal ability by singing the lyrics while playing
‘Somebody That I Used to Know’ by the young Austrian artist
prominent harmonica band known as ‘FRESCO’ was also invited
to perform a series
of songs that included‘ Sympatia’, ‘Rock around the
clock’ , and ‘Victory’. It
was an amazing performance as the songs performed were all fast-paced.
concert ended with a grand finale where the band members, conducted by
Nam Saw played three songs by the Hong Kong Rock Band
‘Beyond’. Lasting for
some 3 hours, the ‘Harmonious Glory’ Concert ended
at around 10.30pm.
|MAJLIS ANUGERAH CEMERLANG
is no secret that the students of CHS are talented and well-rounded
individuals, but this fact could not have been more clearly
demonstrated in the
school’s annual Scholastic Achievement Awards Ceremony.
At 7.30am on the 13th of
April, 2013, the school was already filled with students and parents
come to participate in this prestigious ceremony. The excitement of
stage to receive their respective awards was buzzing in the heart of
At 8.30am, the honoured guests and
VIPs arrived and everyone gathered in the Dewan Bro. Phillipe Wu. The
began with the singing of the national anthem and the state song
profound and motivational speeches from the principal of Catholic High
Mr Ong Boon Puah, and the Chairman of the Board of Govenors,
Dato’ Lim Hock
Finally, at 9.00am, the long-awaited
prize-giving ceremony began. The awards were separated into three
Certificates of Appreciation for the committee members of each
body, Sports Colours Winners’ Awards for students who had
results in sports competitions in and out of school, as well as the
Achievement Awards for students who had done well in their studies for
2012. It was truly heartwarming see so many students going on stage one
to receive awards for various different achievements. Some students
on stage two or three times to receive different awards for different
categories. Everyone clapped encouragingly for the recipients of each
full of pride for the talented students of CHS.
Everyone once again displayed their
CHS Spirit as they sang the school song with passion, signalling the
end of the
awards ceremony as the midday sun rose high in the sky.
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March 16 2013, Catholic High
School had its annual Cross Country event.
The day started with the
usual assembly and then, all the students were instructed to go to
allocated places on the assembly ground. Students from various
Quarter Master, Lembaga Maintenance and
Prefectorial Board were on
duty to help the teachers
for the final preparations.
Get Set! Bang! ” The
race was started off by the committee members
of PTA at 8.25 am and
there were an uproar of excitement among the students.
student ran with full enthusiasm. Beads
of sweat was clearly seen on their faces
pumped through their veins as they strived hard to win. Seas of yellow,
blue, green and purple could be seen along
the running track. The clock
8.50a.m.when the MC of the event proudly announced the return of
first runner of L3 from the
Yellow House! The crowd clapped and cheered loudly
and shouted words of
encouragement as runners rushed through the
The annual cross country event rounded up at
p.m. and the prize giving
be held on the following Monday’s assembly. Everything
and a positive
rapport between the students and teachers.
SMJK Katholik telah mengadakan Merentas Desa
pada 16 Mac 2013. Pelajar- pelajar telah tiba di sekolah sejak awal
berpakaian baju rumah sukan, seluar PJK dan kasut sukan. Guru-guru
memakai baju yang sama warna dengan rumah sukan masing- masing sebagai
sokongan terhadap rumah sukan mereka. Pada pukul 7.15 pagi, pelajar-
berkumpul di tapak perhimpunan dan dewan mengikut kelas masing-masing
mengambil kedatangan. Sementara menunggu acara bermula, pelajar-pelajar
menjalankan aktiviti memanaskan badan.
Pada pukul 8.25 pagi, tibalah masa yang
Pelajar- pelajar kategori P3 dibawa ke tempat permulaaan. Ahli
dan pentadbir sekolah telah merasmikan acara
tersebut. Apabila siren dibunyikan di garis permulaan, pelajar-pelajar
mula berlari dengan penuh
semangat. Kategori yang seterusnya merupakan L3 diikuti dengan
P2, P1, L2 dan
L1. Pelajar pertama yang sampai ke sekolah semula bagi Merentas Desa
ialah seorang pelajar kategori L3 dari rumah Kuning. Pelajar- pelajar
guru-guru bersorak apabila peserta-peserta sampai ke sekolah semula.
peserta-peserta amat letih selepas menamatkan jarak larian masing-
mereka berasa sangat gembira dan puas hati dapat menyertai acara
hari ini. Suasana dimeriahkan lagi dengan kemunculan lori Milo yang
kira-kira pada pukul 11.30 pagi. Majlis penyampaian hadiah rasmi akan
pada hari Isnin minggu depan.
|2012 / 2013 年度家教协会会员大会
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紧接着是嘉宾们颁送奖牌及奖状予2012年度初中评估考试获8A 和7A 的优异生。公教中学群英荟萃，莘莘学子们上台时都带满满的自信与灿烂的笑容，似乎想与全世界分享自己的喜悦。然后，便是颁送
PENGHAYATAN KEMEDERKAAN " AND MDM.ANG LING KIM'S RETIREMENT
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On 13 August 2012, Catholic High
School launched the ‘ Bulan
Penghayatan Kemerdekaan’ programme and simultaneously held the
ceremony for Mdm. Ang Ling Kim’s
retirement. Mdm. Ang who was the head of the Language Department, had
succeeded in her application for optional retirement.
The events for the day started at
9.30 a.m. with all the
students and teachers gathered in the Bro.Philippe Wu Hall. The guests
honour came into the hall followed by the lion dance troupe, various
bodies and student representatives dressed in the traditional costumes
various Malaysian races. The students carried the national and state
embody the true spirit of 1 Malaysia.
The principal, Mr.Ong Boon Puah
delivered his speech, captivating
and interesting performances followed such as a lion dance performance,
school choir singing patriotic songs accompanied by the school’s
orchestra, a sketch as well as traditional dances of our country.
The morning then proceeded to the
retirement ceremony of
Mdm.Ang Ling Kim. Mr William, the teachers’ representative took
to the stage to
express his appreciation of Mdm.Ang’s 29 years of service in
School. Then, Mdm Ang, the celebrity of the day, gave a very meaningful
speech. The day concluded with the presentation of gifts to Mdm. Ang
grand send-off in a chauffeur driven car.
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On the 28th of June 2012,
Catholic High School proudly celebrated its 56th anniversary. This
year's anniversary themed was "Towering Above the
公中卓越超群，傲立杏坛” "Terbilang dalam
kalangan yang cemerlang". In line with the school's
loyallty, honesty, diligence and moderator, our students are educated
and instilled with noble values to produce future leaders of good
The big CHS family gathered in the
Bro.Phillipe Wu school hall to celebrate this joyous occasion. The
events of the day included speeches from our beloved principal, Mr.Ong
Boon Puah and the vice- Provincial of the Province of East Asia, Bro.
Robert Teoh and briliant performances by our multi-talented students.
A big thank you to all parties involved for
their efforts in making this celebration a success. We are also
tremendously grateful for the sweat and blood of the past heroes and
heroines who contributed so much and brought us to where we are today.
Let us continue to work hard and let Catholic High School soar to
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It was that time of the year again. Sweaty
practices from morning till
noon, house members working against the clock to finish their house
and to perfect their marching routines. What’s happening? Well,
High School’s annual Sports Day. Students of Blue, Yellow, Red
and Purple House
gathered together and strove to attain the coveted title of ‘2012
Sports Day started off at 8.00 a.m. where
students were allocated to
their respective houses before the events began. After the opening
marchers from each uniformed body and house took centre field. Purple
radiated an oriental vibe with their theme “Journey to The
West”, followed by
Red House’s pretty little fairies and sprites, Blue House’s
Green House’s Peter Pans and Tinkerbells accompanied by their
and last but not least Yellow House’s les artistes de cirque
performers) with their tall clown mascot entertaining the spectators.
The long-awaited individual track events
finally kicked off. The field
was filled with ear-piercing screams and cheers from the hyped-up
they fervently hoped that their house athletes would take home gold and
the last few marks for their respective houses. The track events
included the 100m
sprint and the 4 x100m sprint. The school band also made an appearance
with the Colour Guards. Even our dear teachers of CHS and the VIPs
participated in the 4 x 50m run.
When the events drew to a close, the highly
of the winners were made. The winners came up to claim their prizes and
during the award giving ceremony. It was a great achievement for Yellow
when it emerged as the Champion House. Purple House came in second, Red
third, Blue House fourth and Green House was placed fifth.
On Sports Day 2012, everyone had a blast and
the main agenda of the
event was successfully fulfilled that is to promote great sportsmanship
the students. What really mattered was that everyone had enjoyed
not the number of medals won.
The day ended with the closing ceremony and a
light lunch for the
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The teachers of CHS
definitely deserve our gratitude and appreciation especially as they
individuals who produce quality students through their teaching,
motivation. Thanks to their dedication and guidance, the
in various aspects are considered the pride of Catholic High School.
better way to present a ‘thank you’ to our beloved teachers
and educators than
organising a grand Teachers’ Day Celebration.
the 15th of June 2012, at 7.30 in the morning, all students
gathered at their allocated spots to have a good view of the performances
to celebrate Teachers’
Day. The assembly ground was brightly decorated.
The VIPS were first ushered in
by members of the Guidance and
Counseling Unit, followed by all the teachers who
according to the first letter of their name in
everyone was seated, the Head Prefect, the School’s
Boon Puah and the Head of the Parent -Teacher
Association, Mr. Tommy Kok
delivered their speeches before the start of the
Teacher’s Day celebration.
First, the teachers were
showered with wonderful gifts. Then, the performances started off with
of teachers taking centre stage to present the Teachers’ Day
song. Next, our school‘s
lion dance troupe performed many elaborate leaps that kept the audience
This was followed by an impressive wushu and taichi performance. The
guides showed off their dances moves while a group of boys kept the
entertained with a humourous version of
Hakka “I’m sexy and I know it” dance. The choir sang
two songs and members of
the cultural and theatre club presented a beautiful dance to end the
presentation. When the performances were over, the teachers were
attend a special feast at the lecture hall foyer. This day was
certainly a memorable
day for students and teachers alike.
OF MDM.HUN SIEW ENG
the 9th of May 2012, Catholic High School bade farewell to
Siew Eng, who had served the
for 23 years. Her patience and caring
attitude when teaching had gained her a spot in the hearts of
at 11.30 in the morning, Mdm. Hun’s retirement ceremony started
Ting, who represented the school teachers,
Association chairman Mr.Tommy
and the school’s principal, Mr.Ong Boon
Puah. They commended Mdm.Hun on her excellent work in the
as a dedicated
educator and examination secretary. Following the speeches was a
during which Mdm.Hun was showered with wonderful gifts and presents,
courtesy of the school
school teachers and the various
co-curricular bodies. After that, the guest of honour herself,
Hun went to the
podium to give her retirement speech.
“entertainment of the day” kicked off with a spectacular
performance by the 24
drum, which is a division of the Chinese Language
Society.This was followed by the singing
a trio from class 2B4 and
2B5.The song was entitled ‘When You
Me In The Eye’ by the Jonas Brothers.
own Calyx performed their
cheerleading routine, with their cheer “C.H.S.PN.HUN
is the best!” , much to
delight. Besides that, some former students of Mdm. Hun who are
the Upper Six,
came onto the stage to
express their appreciation to her and serenaded
the audience with a song ’Those
Years’, played on a
piano. The Taekwondo group wowed us all with their amazing martial arts
songbirds of CHS, Adlina and Chloe sang “I feel pretty, I’m
pretty “while escorting
Mdm. Hun onto the
where she was presented with a birthday cake. To wrap
up the ceremony, ‘Auld Lang Syne’ was played
bid farewell to Mdm. Hun and
she was chauffeured out of Catholic High in a luxurious car.
all hope that Mdm.Hun will be blessed with happiness and good health in
Program Guru Penyayang peringkat sekolah telah
dilancarkan pada 7 Mei 2012. Pelaksanaan program ini adalah bertujuan
mengamal dan membudayakan sikap kasih sayang di sekolah. Penyayang
program ini bermaksud perbuatan atau perlakuan menyayangi, mengasihi
bersifat belas kasihan serta menghormati orang lain. Hal ini bermakna
Penyayang ialah seorang yang memiliki sifat kepedulian (concern)
setiap perkara yang berkaitan dengan muridnya dengan cara mengamalkan
kasih sayang, bersikap mesra, mengambil berat, berbudi bahasa, saling
sentiasa ceria, prihatin dan sabar. Membudayakan amalan penyayang
sifat profesional guru dalam perhubungannya dengan pelajar, ibu bapa,
dan masyarakat. Antara aktiviti yang dicadangkan ialah
mengalu-alukan kehadiran murid, pelaksanaan
mentor-mentee dan memberi penghargaan kepada murid. Pengetua sekolah,
Boon Puah telah merasmikan program ini. En.Ong juga merumuskan
penyayang dalam moto CARING TEACHER.
R- relate, rapport
Concert 2012 "An Evening of Music" “铜声欢庆”音乐会
Miss Jo Jo Ho
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Catholic High’s annual
band concert was on the 28th
of April 2012. Titled “Celebration: An
Evening of Music”, the matinee was held at 2.00 p.m. whereas
the main show
began at 7.15 p.m.; and the Catholic High School Band as well as the
Sinfonietta Society did not fail to deliver. Also present were special
percussion soloist, JoJo Ho from Hong Kong, and conductor, Eric Lee.
with the arrival of various VIPs at 7.20 p.m.,
the concert formally started with several speeches by some
guests, followed by a video presentation which introduced and depicted
history of the CHS school band. The curtains were then raised after the
presentation, and the music began to play.
kicked off the night with a rendition of
‘Journey to the Lion’s Castle” - a heroic, romantic
composition by Rossano Galante. This piece
was also performed by the band in
the Hong Kong Winter Band Festival in December 2011, and won them a
Following this was a medley from the Disney animated film
‘Tangled’ composed by
was time for the school’s international guest
artiste, JoJo Ho to take the stage, with her playing the xylophones.
captivated the audience with two pieces, titled
‘Xylophonia’ and ‘Turquoise
Daydreams’ by James Hosen, and by doing so re-introduced the
were another two pieces by the band – ‘Spain’ by
Chick Corea and Tohru Minakuchi, and ‘Gelato Con Caffe’ (literally
with espresso). A short intermission then followed before the night
with a performance of “Broadway Tonight” by the Sinfonietta
group and the CHS
Band. An arrangement by Bruce Chase, “Broadway Tonight”
featured songs from multiple
“High School Musical”, the Disney
arrangement by Robert
Longfield, was up next, followed by “Concert March Take Off
2” composed by
Tomohiro Tatebe. Our talented Fifth Former, Lim Yin Yin, then took to
along with the band for a stunning solo rendition of “I Dreamed A
“Les Miserables” fame, which was composed by Claude-Michel
orchestrations by John Cameron.
To wrap up
the night, the CHS band joined forces with the
school choir for one last performance – “the Magic of
Disney”, where the
audience received a dose of nostalgia from musical pieces from various
Disney creations such as Pinocchio and Snow White.
to the lion
铜乐团也落力演出热情洋溢且奔放的拉丁美洲桑巴曲风的Gay-La-To,美国流行电影High school musical,还有沉缓的西
Anugerah Cemerlang 2012
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High School once again celebrated the achievements of her students at
year’s Majlis Anugerah Cemerlang, which recognises students who
have achieved excellence
in academics, sports, or co-curricular activities.
at 8.30 a.m. on the 14th of April 2012, the ceremony began
speeches from the principal, Mr. Ong, and the Chairman of the PTA, Mr.
Kok. Mr. Ong, in his speech, reiterated the importance of education in
developing students into well-rounded, healthy individuals.
the speecher this was the prize-giving ceremony; certificates were
presented to all the co-curricular
societies’ appreciation of their
services to the school. Next, the high-performing students for
up on stage to receive their awards. Prices were given to those who
top in their respective classes and subjects. Certificates were also
to the top scorers of last year’s SPM and STPM examination. After
‘Special Awards’ were given to the presidents of various
student bodies of CHS
including the Prefectorial Board, Monitorial Board, and Maintenance
recognition for their outstanding service to the school.
Ann Er received acclaim for being the ‘Sportswoman of the
Year’ for 2011; while
Kam Jenson, Tham Ying Hong, and Hau Han Lin were named ‘Pelajar
mengecat bilik darjah
Masa : 8.00 pagi hingga 1.00 petang
Objektif: untuk mewujudkan suasana pembelajaran yang konduksif
Sasaran: semua bilik darjah
Penglibatan: 10 orang pelajar sesi pagi bagi setiap kelas
hingga Tingkatan 6) dan dibantu oleh Lembaga Ketua
Lembaga Maintenance sekolah.
Penganjur: Pengetua dan Penolong Kanan HEM
Ceremony of Datin Tan Meng Yah
On the 9th of
March 2012, Catholic
bid farewell to Datin Tan Meng Yah, who has served with the school for
Although having been part of the CHS family for a relatively short
time, Datin Tan’s motherly yet efficient attitude has earned her
a place in the
hearts of teachers and students alike.
Beginning at 10.15 in the
morning, Datin’s retirement
ceremony started with speeches by Miss Leela James Dass, the
the schoolteachers, the PTA chairman Mr. Tommy Kok, and the
Mr. Ong Boon Puah, all commending Datin Tan on her excellent work in
as an educator, PTA coordinator, and teacher-advisor. Following
this was a present-giving ceremony,
in which Datin Tan was showered with gifts from the school
school teachers and the school’s various co-curricular bodies.
After this, the
guest of honor herself, Datin Tan went on the podium and gave a few
the benefit of those present.
Following this were several
performances by the Harmonica
and Guitar group, the Wushu society, and the Chinese Orchestra. Besides
the ceremony was graced by a Latin Dance and two solo performances by
High’s melodious student singers. To wrap up the ceremony, Datin
presented with a birthday cake, as with CHS tradition, and chauffeured
Catholic High in a luxury car.
On 25 February 2012,
school held its Annual General
Meeting for the Parent-Teacher Association in the Brother Philippe Wu
election of the new PTA committee for 2012/2013 session was carried
new PTA chairman is Mr.Tommy Kok Chee Khung and
vice-chairman is Mr.Kenny Tan Jui Thong. A
prize-giving ceremony for
students who had excelled in the 2011 PMR examination was also held on
PERSATUAN IBU BAPA DAN GURU
Ong Boon Puah (J.M.W) 王文坂校长
Tommy Kok Chee Khung 郭智强先生
Naib Yang Dipertua
En. Kenny Tan Jui Thong
Pn. Tee Pei Moy 郑佩梅师
Cik Wong Nyeut Fung
Loh Sook Fong 罗淑芳师
Pn. See Yike Chu
AJK Ibu Bapa
: Pn. Sri
Thong Nyok Choo
Michael Ng Kim Lui
Tang Kat Meng 郑洁敏女士
Tan Khian Khoon
Cik Tong Yee Yan
En. Chu Chee Seng 朱志成先生
Pn. Lee Li Lian
Lim Bee Ain
Safizah Abdul Somat
Juruaudit ( Ibu
Bapa ) :
En. Tee Kim Siew
Guru ) : Pn. Lau Yan Hong 刘妍妦师
Girl Guides Week Launching Ceremony
On the 20th
of February 2012,
CHS Girl Guides launched the “Girl
Week” to celebrate the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl
(WAGGGS) World Thinking Day. World Thinking Day is celebrated each year
22nd of February, which is
also the mutual birthday of Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of the world
movement, and his wife, Olave Baden-Powell who served as World Chief
A booth was
set up in Anjung Kasih throughout the week to exhibit
information about World
Thinking Day and the WTD theme this year, “we can save our
planet” in line with
the United Nations’ 7th Millennium Goal (MDG):
environmental sustainability. The Girl Guides of CHS also collected
the World Thinking Day. The funds will be channelled to WAGGGS in order
other member organisations which are in need.
This year is
also the third and last year
of the Centenary celebration which focuses on the theme
“Share”. The three-year
Centenary celebration has the theme of “Plant, Grow, Share”
and aims to
continue changing young girls’ and women’s lives after 100
years of the
Thinking Day itself which falls on
22 February 2012, the Girl
Guides had a joint ceremony to celebrate the important and meaningful
Messages from the WAGGGS World Chief Guide and the Head Commissioner of
Girl Guides Association of Malaysia were read. A Skype session with
the WAGGGS World Centre located in Sangam, Pune, India was also held to
what we did throughout the week and exchange experiences in Guiding.
越野赛跑日 Cross Country 2012
Day, the colours blue, green, yellow, red, and purple dominated every
the school. Thousands of students were spotted all decked out in their
respective house T-shirts, proudly displaying their school spirit,
students on duty were bustling about, trying to get the final
at the starting point, many could be seen doing last-minute warm-up,
the race of their lives. On the other hand, a few dreaded the event at
hand as they
feared the sun’s rays. Not long after, with the ear-piercing blow
of the horn,
the race officially began.
regardless of their extreme exhaustion, showed amazing perseverance as
strove to push themselves to the limit under the scorching sun with the
contributing points to their respective houses. Nevertheless, only the
the participants managed to finish within the time limit.
the race ended,
it was time for the prize-giving ceremony. Everyone gathered at the
ground to witness the crowning moment of all the winners. As the prizes
given out, ear-splitting cheers and thunderous claps could be heard
students as they showed their loving support for their respective
No matter what the outcome of the
day was, the students of Catholic High School were still supportive of
other throughout the entire event. Everyone left with a smile on their
pleased with a good Cross Country Day.
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A wave of colours greeted me as I
walked into school early in the morning on the 13th of
Momentarily, I was shocked. Was it Wednesday? Had I forgotten to wear
uniform? But no, it was the annual school’s annual Gerko Day!
school was unusually busy on Gerko Day. As early as 7.30 in the
students had already begun preparations for their respective booths in
hall, outside the hall and in the netball court. The teachers and
duty in the hall were treated to a first class performance by the
Orchestra, Wushu Club, Fencing Club and a Chinese Drum performance as a
celebrating the occasion.
after, students started entering the hall to pick their co curricular
activities for the year. As usual, a line immediately began forming at the Badminton Club booth as students
waited eagerly to sign up for a spot in the club. Meanwhile, a tent
commenced at the netball court, organized by the uniform bodies.
activities continued till 4.30 in the evening, when all the students
to go home. The fabulous booth decorations and smooth flow of the
were truly a tribute to the creativity and hard work of the students,
the meticulous planning of the teachers.
High School’s ‘A Musical Journey
Down Memory Lane’ Concert
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After months of preparation and
hard work, Catholic High
School was proud to launch her school concert, themed ‘A Musical
Memory Lane’ on 30 of
July, 2011 in light of reviewing the rich
history of the school. The concert was performed twice by our students
to a wide audience, once in the afternoon and once in the evening.
The concert began with an initiating performance
by the school’s Lion Dance troupe, which wowed the crowd with
stunts on a common lion dance platform. After this, was the official
ceremony; first up was a gong-ringing ceremony by two VIPs, the Chairman
of Board of Directors, Dato’ Lim Hock San and our school
principal, Madam Lee
Kim Lai, followed by some ‘VIP-launched’ confetti and two
speeches delivered by
the chairman of the concert organising committee and PIBG, Mr. Lim Hong
well as Madam Lee.
the concert got into full swing, the audience was first introduced to
his family (namely his father and granddad). Portrayed by three of our
students, Jake and Co. functioned as ‘conduits’ throughout
the entire concert,
with each family member representing a generation of Catholic High
thus giving their own perspective of the school in their time. Jake,
youngest member of the family, is shown as being a new student in
High; although reluctant at first about enjoying his new school, a
of both his elders’ encouragement as well as an interesting first
shown throughout the concert, convinces him to change his mind.
Grandpa started to reminisce about his past in Catholic High, the
treated to a ‘blast from the past’ as the school’s
live band started the night
with a rendition of the Beatles’ ‘I Want to Hold Your
Hand’, followed by a
quick fast forward with their second song being ‘Rhythm of
Love’ by the Plain
White T’s. A solo piano routine of ‘Flight of the
Bumblebee’ was then performed
by a Form 1 student, Gabriel Seng Qi Wen, showcasing the school’s
this was Jake’s father’s turn to recount his experiences in
Catholic High; a
humorous pantomime about the family’s old neighbours – the
Chang family where
Mr. Chang was constantly beleaguered by his three daughters’
his expectations. Following the pantomime was another solo performance,
was solo singing and dancing by student Quinn Ho with the song
‘You Are My
Rose’, having a distinct Middle Eastern theme. The school’s
or PMO, was next, performing three distinctly Eastern songs, including
soundtrack of the series Shanghai Tan (The Bund) as well as ‘Nan
Er Dang Zhi
Qiang’ which was Wang Fei Hong revisited. The concert then took a
concert then resumed with the journey down memory lane coming to the
as Jake and his family ‘visited’ Catholic High to see the
various societies in
action. First up to continue the performances was the Harmonica and
(H&G) band, firstly bringing a Spanish matador flair to the concert
‘Espana Can’ and later transporting the audience to the
high seas with ‘Pirates
of the Caribbean’.
An East-West fusion of stringed instruments
then followed, with the Eastern er-hu and the Western violin resounding
harmony to give a lively melodic depiction of horse-racing. After this
brass band’s turn, with a jazzy performance of a Glenn Miller
medley of songs.
the music was art, no longer in sound but in movement, as the Wushu
performed Taichi routines and later, a transition from grace to power
energetic Wushu patterns. Student Lim Yin Yin, the CHS Idol for 2008,
performed a Malay song ‘Gemilang’. After that, the
24-season drums society
literally ‘rocked’ the house with the power of their drums
the concert hall. Next an innovative performance – an
eco-friendly band from
the Environment Club created ‘3R music’ using recyclable
materials. With paint
buckets for percussion, bottles with sand for maracas, and glass
xylophones, musical pieces like Shakira’s ‘Waka Waka’
and Queen’s ‘We Will Rock
You’ were performed. The spirit of national unity was then
portrayed with a
1Malaysia dance, and beat boxing with a storyline that brought a modern
to the concert.
story then ‘merged’ with real life as the trio came and
joined the concert
audience. After that, a ballet dance graced the stage, followed by a
show, an unusual event in a concert. Burlesque, the movie next came to
High through a modern dance, which was then followed by a Latin dance.
Chinese act, Sichuan
mask changing, was then showcased.
the performances drew to a close, the concert ended with a grand finale
the choir, in which Jake now takes part, sang ‘Amigos Para Siempre (Friendship Never Ends). Lasting
for some 3 hours, ‘A Musical Journey Down Memory Lane’ thus
approximately 10.30 p.m.
HM’s Speech in conjunction with the
launching of “The Music Concert 2011” (9
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Catholic High School Teacher’s Day
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Friday (24th June 2011) marked this year’s
celebration of Teacher’s Day for Catholic High School, with the
theme being “STARS”. Students could show their
appreciation for the school teachers and staff; besides being showered
with various gifts, cards and well-wishes throughout the entire day,
our beloved teachers were also able to enjoy a variety of
student-organised performances. Ranging from a traditional
Chinese lion dance to contemporary modern dance, plus appearances by
the school’s own cheerleading team and some singing to boot,
students certainly tried to make the occasion a memorable one.
Teachers had a chance to be (even more) in the
limelight as they presented a special “1 Malaysia”
dance. Involving dance styles from our nation’s three major
races, the dance added to the atmosphere of fun and laughter as members
of the audience, both teachers and students alike, joined in to
contribute their own dance steps, much to the delight of the remaining
spectators. Games were also organised, with our school teachers
as participants; with this they had the chance to show their fun sides
rarely seen in the classroom.
As the festivities drew to a close, teachers were
treated to a sumptuous lunch by the school’s PTA (PIBG) in the
school hall. With this day of appreciation for our
teachers’ efforts, the meaning of the national Teacher’s
Day theme “Guru Penjana Transformasi Pendidikan Negara”
(roughly translated to Teachers – A Catalyst of Change for
National Education) became evident through this reminder of the
important role of teachers in society.
GREEN ENERGY PROJECT
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"Green Energy Project" tahun 2011 adalah memberi kesedaran tentang
pentingnya tenaga hijau dan memberi informasi yang selanjutnya kepada
pelajar tentang tenaga hijau.
Pelancaran telah dibuat pada 28 Mac 2011 dan disempurnakan oleh DATO'
Lim Hock San DSSA,JP Pengerusi Lembaga Pengelola Sekolah dan juga ahli
Lembaga Pengelola Sekolah dan Persatuan Ibubapa dan Guru