Highlights of KYS2023-08-28 0:02
Highlights of KYS
A co-educational foundation school for under privileged bumiputera students was ideated by YBhg. Tan Sri Halim Saad.
A ground breaking ceremony by the Deputy Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Anwar Ibrahim was held in January and the school was built in 4 months. Kolej Yayasan Saad officially opened for it’s first batch of 40 boys and 20 girls Form One students on 25 June 1995.
Mr. Rozalli Noordin led a KYS team to 3 UK boarding schools – Winchester College, Millfield College and Eton College for a study visit on qualities of boarding school in the UK.
KYS performed it’s first KYS Orchestra concert which was officially launched by Datin Seri Dr. Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali.
First group of 7 non-bumiputera students joined KYS in Form 1.
Kolej Yayasan Saad became a private academic school.
The first KYS Symphony Orchestra group was formed.
Collaboration with Yayasan Daya Diri in a sponsorship programme.
Collaboration with Yayasan Axiata and Yayasan Khazanah in a sponsorship programme.
Ax-Factor a school leadership development programme was started by Axiata Foundation for its scholars.
The Ax-Factor programme was expanded to include all students of the same cohort of Axiata scholars.
The Melaka State Governor TYT Tun Datuk Seri Utama Mohd Khalil b. Yaakob launched the KYS 20th Anniversary Coffee Table Book.
Her Excellency The Right Honourable Dame Patsy Reddy, Governor General of New Zealand visited KYS and had an open air evening tea with the KYS Business School students at the Cafetaria area.
Digital Cemerlang – Cemerlang.org was launched by the Chairman of the Board of Governors Prof. Dr. Mohd Azizan bin Mohd Noor in the KYS Great Hall.
The first KYS Music Festival was held. Teachers used virtual platform to conduct lessons due to a long duration of school closure caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Collaboration with Yayasan Selangor in a Form 4 sponsorship programme.
Collaboration with Yayasan Pahang in a Form 4 sponsorship programme.