Student Programme

Parents make the decision to enroll their children in Seri Mulia Sarjana School not only because it is the best educational choice, but also because the school offers a supportive and secure environment where parents and educators can work as partners to promote the welfare of our children. The Board of Trustees and the faculty and staff of Seri Mulia Sarjana School join parents in wanting our children to learn and practice the values of courtesy, honesty, respect for others and a strong work ethic.

Seri Mulia Sarjana School believes that parents are the primary educators of their children. We work together to enable each child to reach his/her fullest potential paralleled with mutual respect and support. Our aim is to provide each child with a strong academic foundation that promotes cooperation, higher-level thinking, problem solving skills and lifelong learning.

Our Student Programmes


Our Co-Curricular Activity (CCA) programme offers students an out of the classroom experience that gives them the opportunity to apply the learned principles and values in real life experiences.

These activities encourage essential skill-building opportunities - such as professional, leadership and life skills among the students. The array of programmes is led by enthusiastic and proficient teachers who challenge each and every student to flourish.


Extra-Curricular Activity (ECA) classes are a variety of non-academic classes, providing educational and recreational activities conducted every Fridays offered to presently enrolled students.


The Secondary Section Student Societies offer students the chance to develop their interests, network and meet with likeminded peers. In these, students have the opportunity to develop their organisation, communicative and social skills to complement their academic curriculum. These societies are run by students with supervising teachers.


The Guidance and Counselling Unit is established to help students cope with the daily challenges and concerns in life and the turmoil of adolescent year. The unit actively plays an important role in student welfare. Part of this programme is the formation of Student Prefects to provide opportunity for students to practice leadership skills, acquire the value of responsibility, and instil discipline.

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