The Education Ministry will revamp the form six curriculum to make it more attractive to Malaysians.
Deputy Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin hopes the re-branding exercise will change public perception towards the course which is equivalent to matriculation programmes.
Tan Sri Muhyiddin who is also the Education Minister said, among the proposals include setting up special schools for six formers.
"We are thinking of combining them with different uniforms and teachers to enhance Form Six," said Tan Sri Muhyiddin.
He added, the Education Ministry has started making changes for Form Six by introducing a three-semester system starting this year.
There are also plans to shorten the Form Six study period to one year, similar to some courses in matriculation programmes.
To date, there are 83,000 six formers and 26,000 matriculation students throughout the country.
Tan Sri Muhyiddin is in Indonesia for the Asean Education Ministers meeting which ended today.