School to revert to old name

Name change: The prestigious SMK St Paul in Seremban will soon revert to its old name of St Paul

SEREMBAN: The 117-year-old SMK St Paul here which has an illustrious past will soon revert to being known as St Paul’s Institution (SPI) after the move was endorsed by the school’s board of governors and teachers.

The school’s Parent-Teachers Association as well as the Old Paulians’ Association (OPA) have also unanimously supported the idea and wants the name changed soonest.

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