Catholic High School Petaling Jaya (CHSPJ) is a the traditional and commonly used name of SMJK Katholik, a coeducational government school in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, recognised as a Cluster School of Excellence by the Malaysian Ministry of Education. Founded in 1956 by Rev. Bro. Philippe Wu of the Marist Brothers, it has over 3100 students.

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  • Catholic High School Petaling Jaya (CHSPJ) is a the traditional and commonly used name of SMJK Katholik, a coeducational government school in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, recognised as a Cluster School of Excellence by the Malaysian Ministry of Education. Founded in 1956 by Rev. Bro. Philippe Wu of the Marist Brothers, it has over 3100 students. It has an area of 8.4 acres (34,000 m2) with five blocks of classrooms, two blocks of science laboratories, a school hall, a sports complex and a school field. CHS has 14 uniform bodies, 36 societies, five sports houses and 14 sports and games clubs. The students of CHS are also known as 'CHSians'. (en)
  • Catholic High School Petaling Jaya (CHSPJ), more commonly known as SMJK Katholik, is a coeducational government school in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, recognised as a Cluster School of Excellence by the Malaysian Ministry of Education. Founded in 1956 by Rev. Bro. Philippe Wu of the Marist Brothers, it has over 3100 students. It has an area of 8.4 acres (34,000 m2) with six blocks of classrooms with different designs, three blocks of science laboratories with lab assistants, a school hall with a/c, a sports complex that many couples made out at, 11 toilets and a school field full of green grass. CHS is the first school to install solar panel on rooftops to save the world by using "clean energy" and also to cut down on their over-priced electric bills. CHS has 14 uniform bodies, 36 societies, 5 sports houses and 14 sports and games clubs. The students of CHS are known as 'CHS-ians'. (en)
  • Catholic High School Petaling Jaya (CHSPJ), more commonly known as SMJK Katholik, is a coeducational government school in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, recognised as a Cluster School of Excellence by the Malaysian Ministry of Education. Founded in 1956 by Rev. Bro. Philippe Wu of the Marist Brothers, it has over 3100 students. It has an area of 8.4 acres (34,000 m2) with six blocks of classrooms with different designs, three blocks of science laboratories with lab assistants, a school hall with a/c, a sports complex, 11 toilets and a school field full of green grass. CHS is the first school to install solar panel on rooftops to save the world by using "clean energy" and also to cut down on their over-priced electric bills. CHS has 14 uniform bodies, 36 societies, 5 sports houses and 14 sports and games clubs. The students of CHS are known as 'CHS-ians'. (en)
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  • 1956-01-01 (xsd:date)
  • 1956-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • 公教是我家,清洁靠人家 (en)
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  • Loyalty, Sincerity, Diligence, Moderation
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  • 3100 (xsd:integer)
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  • Dato' Lim Hock San DSSA,JP (en)
  • Tan Sri Dato' Seri Lim Hock San DSSA,JP (en)
  • Tan Sri Dato' Seri Philippe Wu (en)
  • Dato Seri Lim Hock San of LBS Group (en)
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  • Jalan 10/3, 46000, Petaling Jaya (en)
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  • not racist (en)
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  • Malaysia (en)
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  • 1956 (xsd:integer)
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  • Bro. Philippe Wu (en)
  • Bro. John Tan (en)
  • Brother Philippe Wu (en)
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  • Co-educational (en)
  • BEB 8653 (en)
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  • Students (en)
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  • 100 (xsd:integer)
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  • 公教是我家,清洁靠人家 (en)
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  • English, Mandarin, Malay (en)
  • English, Chinese, Malay, Hakka (en)
  • English, Chinese, Malay, (en)
  • English, Chinese, Malay (en)
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  • Taat Setia-Loyalty Tulus Ikhlas-Sincerity (en)
  • Tekun Gigih-Diligence Kesederhanaan-Moderation (en)
  • Loyalty, Sincerity, Diligence, Moderation (en)
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  • Catholic High School (en)
  • (Gōngjiào Guómínxíng Huáwén Zhōngxué) (en)
  • 公教国民型华文中学 (en)
  • SMJK Katholik, Petaling Jaya. Informally known as, Catholic High School (en)
  • Catholic High School Petaling Jaya (en)
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  • SMJK Katholik/公教国民型华文中学 (en)
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  • Sing Wah Daily (en)
  • Sing Wah Daily, CHSPJ Daily (en)
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  • Yinson (en)
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  • Mr.Ong Boon Puah (en)
  • Mdm. Susan Leog (en)
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  • Petaling Jaya (en)
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  • Selangor Darul Ehsan (en)
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  • 3100 (xsd:integer)
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  • Catholic High School Petaling Jaya (CHSPJ) is a the traditional and commonly used name of SMJK Katholik, a coeducational government school in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, recognised as a Cluster School of Excellence by the Malaysian Ministry of Education. Founded in 1956 by Rev. Bro. Philippe Wu of the Marist Brothers, it has over 3100 students. (en)
  • Catholic High School Petaling Jaya (CHSPJ), more commonly known as SMJK Katholik, is a coeducational government school in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, recognised as a Cluster School of Excellence by the Malaysian Ministry of Education. Founded in 1956 by Rev. Bro. Philippe Wu of the Marist Brothers, it has over 3100 students. (en)
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  • (Gōngjiào Guómínxíng Huáwén Zhōngxué) (en)
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  • SMJK Katholik, Petaling Jaya. Informally known as, Catholic High School (en)
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