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chanelt
19-11-2009, 01:46 PM
May I know how or rather what can I do to get my son successfully register at Lick Hung School? He is 4 years old & should register next year March. May I know where to get first hand notice on LH's registration date?

Many thanks.

gtl
19-11-2009, 02:07 PM
btw, is it difficult to register? when? how? pls help.

Rhiga
19-11-2009, 02:18 PM
Ladies and gentlemen,

I believe you and/or your spouse are Malaysian and tax payers which mean you are lawfully entitled for the gomen education for your children.

Go to Lik Hung School and get all the info you need.

It is your right and it is the school administrator job to meet your demand pertaining to anything and everything for the school education.

If you have problem getting from them, then share the experience in the forum.

Cheers.

tupai
19-11-2009, 02:28 PM
or search similar thread on lick hung in this forum lah...we have samo samo thread every year...I am now sounding like a broken LP! :p

Yang Bersejarah latotupai :p

kwchang
19-11-2009, 05:14 PM
Best criterion to get into a school of yr choice is an address near the school. You need to have the utility bills of the house with yr name on it. Or at least a proof that you are renting the place - a rental agreement

Lau_utlang
19-11-2009, 05:52 PM
Just go to Lick Hung office during office hours and check. Normally, registration will start during school holidays and a banner will be displayed. No need to see HM for this.

Jeyanthy
20-11-2009, 06:50 AM
The pressure in Lick Hung school is so high that most students get white hair (in the midst of their black hair) by the time they get to secondary school. My daughter is in a secondary school where many Lick Hung students also go and they are surprised how my daughter's hair is not white yet!!!

My sister's children are also in Lick Hung. I find them so hyperactive and they find them so restless. So different from my children. I pity the amount of stress these children go through. Imagine having to study Maths and Science in English and Mandarin plus attend day care school for tuition to do their homework. They only come back home at night after leaving home in the morning.....

The Dato Tun Tan Cheng Lock school is a better choice if you ask me. They don't put the children into a pressure cooker like Lick Hung.

Firebird
20-11-2009, 08:19 AM
I pity the amount of stress these children go through. Imagine having to study Maths and Science in English and Mandarin plus attend day care school for tuition to do their homework. They only come back home at night after leaving home in the morning.....Thanks to the gomen, English will be chucked into the drain. Yay! Beautiful. No more pressure! What a smart and caring gomen. :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

jan tomaswaki
20-11-2009, 08:47 AM
The Dato Tun Tan Cheng Lock school is a better choice if you ask me. They don't put the children into a pressure cooker like Lick Hung.
Korek ! dato Tan Cheng Lock is the No 1 school in S'gor beaten Lick Hung 2 years in a row hand down !

rachel sj
20-11-2009, 11:53 AM
I registered my daughter 2 yrs ago, got notice of acceptance last August and she's going to Lick Hung next yr.

Usually registration for new entry opens in March (whole month) so maybe you want to get ready all documents (rental agreeement, utility bill (tnb or water), birth cert, photo of your child, an envelop ready with your address written thereon & 50 cent stamp) I believe u also need to fill up some forms which could be obtained at the admin counter of the school.

Be at the office on 1st few days when registration is opened. my hubby went there as early as 7 am 2 yrs ago & was surprised to see a long q ! we were told ppl q-ing up as early as 6 am !

Hope this helps.

fongkimseng
20-11-2009, 02:51 PM
.... Be at the office on 1st few days when registration is opened. my hubby went there as early as 7 am 2 yrs ago & was surprised to see a long q ! we were told ppl q-ing up as early as 6 am ! ...

I took my grandson to register also 2 years ago but not as early as that. We went after lunch time. I spoke to one of the teachers there and she said it depends mostly on your area and siblings in school. It seems that they have a list for each different area of SJ/USJ. As my grandson lives in USJ4, so his name is entered into the USJ4 list. All the documents and procedures that rachel_sj mentioned are correct.

The mother (my daughter-in-law) recently told me that he has been accepted and wondered if I am free to accompany my grandson for the orientation this December. Luckily, I love my grandson and enjoy having his company, otherwise ...... whack the head of the mother !! :D

avusblue
20-11-2009, 03:08 PM
Wow? So no "donations" required? Heard a friend of a friend (you know how these stories go, so not sure how true, so let's just call it a rumor, ok?):

"Family lives in SS19. Tried getting kid into LH. Was asked to make a donation to the school. Parents donated RM5k. Was told, school still cannot guarantee a spot. Parents donated another RM5k for a total of RM10k. Was told shortly after ... congrats, your kid is in."

So any truth to this or should we file it permanently under "Rumors"?

fongkimseng
20-11-2009, 03:18 PM
Wow? So no "donations" required? Heard a friend of a friend (you know how these stories go, so not sure how true, so let's just call it a rumor, ok?):

"Family lives in SS19. Tried getting kid into LH. Was asked to make a donation to the school. Parents donated RM5k. Was told, school still cannot guarantee a spot. Parents donated another RM5k for a total of RM10k. Was told shortly after ... congrats, your kid is in."

So any truth to this or should we file it permanently under "Rumors"?

I think, on that day, the school teachers took pity on me, a bi-focal senior citizen wearing shorts and slippers queueing up with a small child to register and I don't even read/write Chinese (English educated) among well-dressed parents ... :o

So, you young parents, please don't get any smart ideas and start sending your old folks queueing ok? I had to do that on that day as my son was outstation working and the mother was not feeling well.

I will be very crossed if you all think of any smart ideas like this ... :mad:

blueginger
20-11-2009, 04:01 PM
So any truth to this or should we file it permanently under "Rumors"?

There is absolutely no truth in this!!
We stay in SS17, my girl got in 6 years ago...
My manager stays in TP3 ( Tmn Perindustrian ), her kids got in 4 years and one year ago, consecutively.

Personally, I think Lick Hung is a great school..for my kid anyway :D and we are no mandarin speaking family...She has done me proud with her latest UPSR results.

But then again, not all school are perfect...it all depends on your kid eventually and how we, as parents motivate them... ;)

rachel sj
20-11-2009, 05:01 PM
[QUOTE=avusblue]Wow? So no "donations" required? Heard a friend of a friend (you know how these stories go, so not sure how true, so let's just call it a rumor, ok?):

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As you hv said correctly, it's rumour so unless you know it happens for sure let's be fair to teaching staff in the school by not adding on another rumour.

I didn't pay a single cent in the process...and wont even if it's an "unwritten" rule to get enrolled into that school.

Of course every parents want to best for thier child and everyone has the right to think & choose what's the best for them.

The main reason I send my girl to Lick Hung is because it's located nearest to where we stay (USJ 3) and of course, because I want my girl to expose to learning basic chinese for 6 years.

So, Let's not label all parents who send their kids to Lick Hung as "Kiasu".