Lower Secondary Curriculum

Curriculum, Co-Curricular Activities and Extra Curricular Activities
Lower Secondary School Level (Secondary 1 to Secondary 3)
The curriculum at Asia Pacific Smart School for Secondary 1-3 is based on the Kurikulum Standard Sekolah Menengah (KSSM) with effect from 2011 and subjects in the curriculum will be assessed under Pentaksiran Berasaskan Sekolah (PBS) as approved by the Ministry of Education Malaysia. Students will sit for PT3 (Pentaksiran Tingkatan 3) examination as per the ministry’s directive.

Curriculum Subjects
PBS (Pentaksiran Berasaskan Sekolah):

  • Bahasa Malaysia
  • English Language
  • Islamic Religious Education (Muslims) / Pendidikan Moral (Non Muslims)
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Reka Bentuk & Teknologi (RBT) or Asas Sains Komputer (ASK)
  • Mandarin (Advanced)
  • Sejarah (History)
  • Geografi (Geography)
  • Mandarin (Advanced)
  • Pentaksiran Psikometri
    a) Inventori Minat Kerjaya
    b) Ujian Aptitud Khusus
  • Pendidikan Seni Visual
  • Pendidikan Jasmani & Kesihatan – Pentaksiran Aktiviti Jasmani, Sukan and Kokurikulum (PAJSK)

Other Non Exam Compulsory Subjects:

  • Mandarin (Communication) / Bahasa Arab (Arabic)
  • Music (Piano/ Guitar / Violin/ Brass & Woodwind/ Drums)
  • Pendidikan Seni Visual
  • Swimming

Co-Curricular Activities(CCA):
Asia Pacific Smart School is focused on the development of our students’ different skills and talents. The school also offers a wide range of co-curricular activities:

  • Public Speaking (English Classes)
  • Sports (Badminton / Basketball / Football / Table Tennis / Bowling / Indoor Games / Dodgeball)
  • Club & Societies (Athletics Club / Art & Craft Club / Chinese Language Society / ERT Club / Debating Club / Fitness Club/Maths & Science Society / Photography Club / ICT & Multimedia Club / Music Club / Entrepreneur’s Club)
  • Uniformed Bodies (Red Crescent Society / Air Scouts / Girl Guides)

Extra Curricular Activities(ECA) – Optional:
Through carefully selected outsourced providers, students also have access to a range of Extra Curricular Activities which are typically held outside of school hours, usually using the School’s facilities. Parents will make arrangements directly with these outsourced providers for these activities, for which additional participation fees will be payable. These activities enable students to develop their skills to advanced and competitive levels, and include the following:

* Aikido
* Animation
* Creative Clay Art
* Dodgeball
* Fencing
* Football
* Gymnastic
* Karate
* Lego Robotics
* Swimming
* Taekwondo