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Peace Prayer Day

Leading the preparations for this day was the class of Secondary Four who worked throughout the school holidays, perfecting every minor detail to make this event a grand one. Excited teachers and other students too chipped in, truly demonstrating how close peace is to everyone’s heart. Invited dignitaries from the various faiths in Malaysia included His Holiness Chief Reverend Dhamaratana repre...

Jessi Kaur

Being a high profile lecturer in English Literature first, then a Human resource Consultant and now a Writer, Jessi is an amazing asset to the fraternity of educators, students and parents alike.   She shares her experiences openly with everyone and draws children to question and reaffirm their beliefs. She talks about diversity. Why does everybody only want to become doctors, lawyers, engine...

Sri Dasmeshians…. The Good Samaritans

The donation drive received an immediate response to the call made over the school’s PA system. Students from both the primary and secondary sections whole-heartedly worked together to make this donation drive a success. Within a short span of 24 hours, the students organized donation boxes and student volunteers to walk into every classroom and staffroom to collect the funds. It was heartwarmi...

INTERACT CLUB PRESIDENT excels in style

Chamanjeet was not only the Head Prefect of Sek Sri Dasmesh Kuala Lumpur, but also the Interact Club President and an active member of the school Netball Team. Her winning combination of balancing studies with extra curricular activities is an example for all high aspiring students to emulate. She always found time to participate in camps and competitions in school. She was a member of the school...

Sri Dasmesh bags Silver Prize in the National Choral Speaking Competition

Shouts and screams filled the hall during this announcement as we were up against last year’s defending champions and other winning teams from private schools all over the country. The students performed superbly with their flawless hand and head movements, depicting the diversity of our nation. This competition was organised by the Education Ministry for Malaysian Private Schools. Choral speak...

Mandeep Singh Beijing Olympics

When we reached the warm up stadium of Bukit Jalil, we went to register our names in. After we registered, we were given a bag of McDonald’s goodie’s. Inside of it there was a shirt, notebook, coupons for McDonald’s meals, and a bottle of water. We were divided into three categories which were: a) Category A: Ages 7 – 8 b) Category B: Ages 9 – 11 c) Category C: Ages 12 – 14...

Pioneer Students make their mark in SPM

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