Sultan Abu Bakar School (SABS), Kuantan

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Sekolah Menengah Kebangasaan Sultan Abu Bakar
SABS Kuantan
Sabs kuantan logo.jpg
Address
Jalan Beserah, 25300 Kuantan
Kuantan, Pahang
Malaysia
Coordinates 3°49′34″N 103°20′15″E / 3.82611°N 103.33750°E / 3.82611; 103.33750
Information
Type Secondary School
Motto Alah Bisa Tegal Biasa
Through Endeavour We Succeed
Established 16 August 1957
Principal Tuan Haji Badruddin bin Yusof
Grades Form 1 - Pre University
Language Malay
Colour(s) Blue, yellow, red, white
                   
Publication Citarasa
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Front entrance of school

Sultan Abu Bakar School (SMK Sultan Abu Bakar/SABS/SMKSAB) is a secondary school situated in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. It is entitled as a Premier School by the Malaysian Ministry of Education due to its excellence in academic and co-curriculum. Nowadays, the Ministry of Education accepts UPSR candidates who got Sekolah Kebangsaan(SK) not less than 3A and Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan(SJK) not less than 5A.

View From Block M
School bus
Bimbingan and Kaunseling

History[edit]

In 1955, when Kuantan was made the state capital, a new site was chosen for the school in Jalan Beserah. A site near Jalan Beserah, with the area of 10 acres (40,000 m2), was the new site for the school. Construction started in 1956. The school was officially opened on 16 August 1957 by the then Sultan of Pahang, Al-Marhum Sultan Abu Bakar Riayathuddin Al Muadzam Shah Ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Abdullah Al Muktasim Billah.[1] Datuk Idris bin Babjee was the first principal of the school.

Motto[edit]

Through Endeavour We Succeed, "Alah Bisa Tegal Biasa"[2]

Notable alumni[edit]

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