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St. Columba's National Secondary School

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St. Columba's National Secondary School (Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan St. Columba) or simply St. Co is a public secondary school in Miri, a city in the East Malaysian state of Sarawak. Established in 1929, it is the oldest school in Miri. The school educates students from Transition to Secondary 5 level and it prepares students for the Pentaksiran Tingkatan 3 and Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia examinations which are administered by the Ministry of Education. It was made a 'Sekolah Harapan Negara' (Nation's School of Hope) in the year 1993. History St. Columba's National Secondary School is established in 1929 as a missionary school by Father Paul Chong En Siong. Pre-War Period (1929-1941) In 1910, Miri was just a small fishing village. Even though petroleum had been discovered in Miri, drillings and excavations were carried out only on a small scale by Borneo Company Limited. Foreign technicians and labourers who were mainly Anglican strongly felt the need for a church
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