SRIKANDI Tun Fatimah, a female warrior idolised for her courage, determination and uplifting optimism, is the paragon of a woman of substance. The legacy she left behind has inspired many.

Ambitious, dauntless, relentless, the Srikandi spirit will never diminish. These attributes are carried on by the new generations of Srikandi at Sekolah Tun Fatimah, Johor Bahru.

Better known as STF, Sekolah Tun Fatimah is a premier all-girl boarding school.

Ranked among the top tens of the country’s high performance schools, STF has maintained exceptionally good records in academic achievements and extra-curricular actvities. Backed by strong alumni, the school has gained a string of international recognitions and built strong network and linkages.

Through the years, STF has been known for producing high-resistant yet poised young ladies who are growing to become the modern-day srikandis.

Tracing the history of the school, brings us to the historic state , where it all began. Sekolah Tun Fatimah, was founded in Durian Daun, Malacca in 1956. In 1958, the school was officially launched by YB Khir Johari, the Minister of Education at that time, and was named after the famous Malay Srikandi Tun Fatimah.

On 25 September 1965, STF was officially opened by HRH Sultanah of Johor, Tunku Ungku Tun Aminah Ahmad.

Standing tall after 50 years of establishment, STF is today the home of the modern-day Srikandis.


Pejabat Sekolah Tun Fatimah, Durian Daun, Melaka (1963)
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Asrama Pelajar Di Tepi Sawah, Durian Daun, Melaka (1963)
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