SJK (C) Chung Hua, Klang

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Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Chung Hua
Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Chung Hua is located in Selangor
Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Chung Hua
Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Chung Hua
No. 1A, Persiaran Anggerik Eria, Sek. 31, Kota Kemuning


Coordinates2°59′18″N 101°32′03″E / 2.988307°N 101.534036°E / 2.988307; 101.534036Coordinates: 2°59′18″N 101°32′03″E / 2.988307°N 101.534036°E / 2.988307; 101.534036
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TypeNational-type Chinese primary school
(sense of propriety, justice, honesty and honour)
School codeBBC0042
PrincipalMdm. Ing Kim Chua (蔡荣金)

Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Chung Hua (Chinese: 巴生中华小学) is a Chinese primary school in Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam. It was originally located in Klang town and it is one of the oldest Chinese school in Selangor. It was relocated to Kota Kemuning in 2009.

History[edit | edit source]

Chung Hua Chinese School was established in 1 January 1911 with 30 students, temporarily used the Klang Hokkien Association as the school building. The school was moved to its current location in 1925 with building made out of attap.

In 1935, part of the school building was destroyed by a strong wind, and the school temporarily rent a shophouse in Jalan Sultan. The school building was rebuilt later that year.

In 1938, secondary classes was established.

In 1941 during the Japanese occupation, the school was closed and the building was destroyed.

The school was reopened in 19 November 1945 after the Japanese surrendered in August.

In 1957, school administration for primary and secondary were separated. The school was reformed as a National-type Chinese primary school in June 1959.

In April 1969, six new classes and a toilet was built. The canteen was built in November that year.

In 1 January 1980, the school was granted grade B school. Due to the rising number of students, three new classrooms were built in that year.

In 1989, a new school building for Chung Hua Independent High School was completed, the teachers' office moved there.

In 1997, due to the rising number of students, the chairman of Chung Hua Independent High School decided to lend a classroom for Chung Hua primary school.

The plan to relocate the school started in 1998. In 1999 the school applied a form to the Ministry of Education to relocate the school to Kota Kemuning.

In January 2000, the number of students reached over 1000, the school borrowed four classes in Chung Hua Independent High School.

In March 2004, the Ministry of Education approved a plot of land with 3.5 acres in Kota Kemuning as the new school location. The construction started in June 2005.

In June 2004, SMK Chung Hua was relocated to a new location, the primary school returned the classrooms to the independent high school and used nine classrooms which was originally belong to SMK.

In February 2006, the new school building in the construction site was sunken down due to soil movements and needs to be demolished.

In April 2007, the Ministry of Education approved to change the new school location. The construction started in August 2007 in 5 acres of land in the new school location nearby.

The school was finally relocated to the new school location in Kota Kemuning on 1 January 2009 with digital classes. The original school building wag given to Chung Hua Independent High School.

School anthem[edit | edit source]

浩浩巴生河 巍巍我黉宫 万木参天 作帡幪
循循兮善诱 好学兮由衷 桃李成蹊 化雨中
中华姐妹 做事有始有终 为山九仞 莫亏一篑功
中华兄弟 大家发愤为雄 汪洋学海万里 乘长风

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  • red: courageous
  • yellow: discipline
  • blue:diligence
  • torch: brilliant
  • book: knowledge
  • shield: perseverance
  • ribbon: unity

References[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]

Official page

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