Klang Convent’s Class of ‘75 revisit alma mater xxx


Together again: The Class of ‘75 in a group photo at the reunion.

THERE were hugs and laughter as Klang Convent School’s Class of 1975 were reunited recently, some 40 years after bidding farewell to their secondary school.

The former classmates, some of whom returned from overseas, had breakfast at the school tuck-shop where they used to eat during recess in school.

The group of 27 women also went on a tour of their old school grounds, reigniting memories of their time there.

While the old blocks were retained, new blocks were erected to accommodate the yearly increase in student intake.

After the tour, a contribution was donated to the school for the installation of an air-conditioning unit for the counselling room and also towards the Old Girls Association.

This money was raised from their previous dinner gathering where those present donated generously.

After the tour, the group headed on a road trip to Penang where they visited a durian farm and feasted on several baskets of durians.

The group spent three days in Penang before going their separate ways again.

“This would not have been made possible if not for Belinda Tan who initiated this project last year,” said one of the former Convent girls in a letter.

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