Introduction: Long QT syndrome (LQTS) is a common congenital cause of fatal cardiac arrhythmia. Characteristic clinical findings are prolonged QT interval and ventricular arrhythmia on electrocardiogram (ECG), syncope, seizure, and sudden death. It is a genetically heterogeneous disease. To date, disease-causing variant have been reported in seventeen genes. The AKAP9 is still considered controversial among those genes. Case Report: We report the case of a 10-year-old female who was born from a non-consanguineous Turkish couple. She visited pediatrics cardiology clinic presenting with dyspnea and tachycardia. Prolongation of the QT interval was detected in her ECG. Panel test associated with LQTS genes was performed. She was diagnosed with long QTS type 11 due to a heterozygous variant in AKAP9:c.11487_11489 delTACinsCGTA, p.(Thr3830ValfsTer12), that was revealed through next-generation sequencing test. The variant was also found in her mother and brother. Discussion and Conclusion: Novel heterozygous frameshift variant in the AKAP9 gene was considered as “Uncertain Significance (VUS)” in the ACMG classification. The novel variant is absent from population databases (PM2); it is a null variant (PVS1_moderate). AKAP9 gene has the lowest known rate among the causes of LQTS. Information is limited on genotype-phenotype correlation. Yet it is still among the candidate genes. Although the relationship of the AKAP9 gene with LQTS has not yet been fully indicated, individuals with a pathogenic variant in AKAP9 gene and silent carriers may be at risk for fatal cardiac events. Improvements of the genetic tests in the near future may contribute to the literature and clinical research about AKAP9 gene.