What's the story?

The Maxwell Secondary School is an old heritage building and a school nearing its centenary. Established in 1917, the school is located at Jalan Tun Ismail and is one of the very few schools in Malaysia that has remained at its original site since its establishment. 

The school's 'H' shaped main block features Moorish designs and colonialist structures, similarly found in the Sultan Abdul Samad and Malayan Railway Station buildings. 

It is one of the oldest schools in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia. The building is located on prime land in Kuala Lumpur and its very existence is threatened by development. 

We would like to create awareness and galvanize public support towards enlisting the school building as a National Heritage and recognizing the school as one of the oldest in the country, thus retaining the building as a historical landmark and its continuous use as a school.  

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