As-Salaam Alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

It is our hope and belief, that all members of our growing family are doing great, and are in a state of growing eeman too.

This message concerns the present SSS 1 students. As with the policy of the school on the transition of students from Junior to Senior School, the concerned students are required to go through a compulsory ‘Pre-Senior School’ (Pre-SS1) period where they offer all the core subjects from the three major streams for Senior School (Arts, Commercial & Sciences). Their performance from this program is then joined with their past record from Junior School, and data gathered during personal counselling and self-discovery sessions to recommend them for a particular stream.

Alhamdulillah, even though the pandemic caused some delays with these set of students, the SSS 1 program officially came to an end on Friday, 2nd October 2020. Data have been compiled and students have also been successfully recommended for various streams.

Senior High School

Subsequently, concerned parents would receive the results of their wards via private message. As we know this is a very sensitive area, we kindly solicit to parents once again, to trust the professional opinion of the College in recommending students to any stream. It is also safe to mention here again, that MCI does not believe that “only the smartest students go to Science class, or that the Commercial and the Arts streams are meant for weaker students”. We also do not believe that students in a particular stream are most likely to succeed better than others in the future. Rather, it is our strong conviction that students should pursue careers in areas where their strengths are.

The bottom line is to pray for Allah’s barakah in whatever career-path that has been chosen, whether Arts, Commercial or Sciences.

We pray to Allah to continue to guide us aright.
Thank you and have a lovely week ahead.


Medmina College is set to provide the best secondary education possible for the Muslim child without compromising the child’s spiritual needs.