SMKA SHAMS - Historical Developments

Historical Developments

The school began in 1959 at the old Seri Menanti's Castle Kuala Pilah with the enrollment of 40 male students. It was under the patronage of the local government of Negeri Sembilan and formally known as Sekolah Menengah Ugama Tinggi (SUMT) Negeri Sembilan with reference to as the first religious school in Negeri Sembilan.

In 1963, starting with the intake of 20 females, it reached 135 students. The school got its own site of 11 acres (45,000 m2) at Jalan Tunku Kurshiah, Sikamat, Seremban which is adjacent to Tunku Kurshiah College(TKC), Seremban, a leading residential school. In 1977,the school management was given back to the Ministry of Education Malaysia and the school name was subsequently altered to Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Ugama (SMKU) Seremban.

In 1984, in reference to its celebration of Silver Jubilee, the school's name was changed to the current name which was the name of a distinguished ulema, Sheikh Haji Mohd Said. In 2009,the school will celebrate 50 years of establishing .

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