Sultan Abdul Hamid College (SAHC)


Background Information Of Sultan Abdul Hamid College [Sahc]

Sultan Abdul Hamid College (SAHC), located in Alor Setar, Kedah, is one of Malaysia’s oldest and most prestigious schools. Founded in 1908 as Government English School (G.E.S.), it is also one of the country’s oldest English-medium schools. The students of Kolej, are mostly boys as Forms 1 to 5 are for boys only, and the Lower and Upper Sixth Forms are co-educational.
There were only 50 students back in the year 1908 and by 2007 more than 1200 students were enrolled. The school is fondly known as “Kolej” to the people of Alor Setar and also Kedah as a whole. Students of this school are proudly known as “Collegians”. The school’s yearly magazine, Darulaman (“the abode of peace”), takes its name from the state of Kedah’s honorific title. The school celebrated its 100 years in existence in the year 2008.

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