Subang Jaya, Selangor
Type Government secondary schools
Motto Berilmu, Berakhlak, Berwawasan
Established 2000
Form 1-5
Affiliations Malaysia Ministry Of Education

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan USJ 4 (SMK USJ 4) is located in USJ, Subang Jaya in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. The school was established in March 2000. On 1 May 2000, the school received its first headmaster, Tuan Haji Jauhari bin Haji Idris. The school was handed over by SIME UEP to the Selangor Department of Education on 2 May 2000.

Students of this school are known as Fourians.

General information


SMK USJ 4 has 9 normal classes, 1 special education class, 1 religious class and 1 special planned class.

Name of Classes

U2 Smartkidz



Extra curricular et-cetera

There is a Prefects Board, Librarians Board, and the Editorial Board that works hard on making the magazine each year.

The Scout troop in this school is named the 131PJ Flaming Phoenix Scout troop (among other co-curricular troops; such as: Kadet Remaja Sekolah, Kadet Polis, Bulan Sabit Merah Melaysia, Puteri Islam, Pandu Puteri). It has participated in the 11th Malaysia Jamboree. Its activities include first aid courses, expeditions, camps and campfires. Their meetings are often accompanied by their alumni and by a teacher advisor. Camps are held around the school area and also outside.

Another club in this school is The SMK USJ 4 Music Club.

The club is co-handled by a teacher adviser, alongside a President and his/ her board of committee. The music club is predominantly a three-part - sometimes 4 and (for a short while) 5 in 2013/2014,choir (altos, soprano 1s, soprano 2s, they only have 2 remaining basses). Soprano 2s are contraltos.

The school's Interact Club is also well-known. Its greatest event held up to this date would definitely be 2008's Inter(Art)Act Festival, which can be compared to other art events along the lines of the annual RANtAi Art Event.

There is also a Leo Club. They often host bake sales for charity around school and at the local shopping mall, Subang Parade.SMK USJ 4's Leo members are known to be very active and strive to serve the community.

Other active clubs include the language and cultural societies (English, Bahasa Melayu, Kebudayaan, Islamic Culture, Taranum, Bahasa Cina, and Bahasa Tamil), The Debate Club, Drama Club, sports clubs (frisbee, badminton, football, rugby), Silat Gayung, Karate, Taekwando just to name a few.

In 2007 they played host to a Japanese student, for two years. In 2008, they welcomed about 40 Australian students from the Eumemmerring College for a fortnight.

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