Uproar over bid to relocate MHS

MALACCA: The Malacca High School (MHS) is marking a rather unhappy 136th anniversary today with alumni and educational activists in the state fiercely opposed to the proposed relocation of the country’s second oldest school.

The state Education Department sent out a letter to the school management on July 17 to get feedback from former students and the Parent-Teacher Association on the idea of moving the school, which was first set up as Malacca Free School in 1826 in the heart of the historic city.

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