International School

Our International School follows the standards of the Cambridge International Programmes of Study


Where emphasis in on ensuring every child receives a well-rounded, holistic education to ensure their eventual success in a global environment.

The learning experience at our International School is made more vibrant with the hands-on teaching approach adopted by teachers, who are well-resourced and employ up-to-date teaching materials to motivate learning.

An extensive range of co-curricular clubs and activities ranging from drama, art, music, and sports are available to students. Through their involvement in these activities, students not only learn another skill but also develop confidence in themselves.


(5-11 Years Old)

We use the Cambridge International Programmes of Study to provide the best education possible to develop confident, responsible and successful students. All our programmes and qualifications follow a student-centred approach.

Our Key Stage 1 and 2 enhances practical skills by integrating various subjects including English, Mathematics, Science, Information & Communications Technology (ICT), Humanities, Art & Design Technology, Music, Performing Arts/Drama, Physical Education (PE), and Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship and Emotional learning (PSHCE). In addition, students learn Bahasa Malaysia and Mandarin as foreign languages during school hours.

Students develop real world applications to their learning and understanding, and are able to use skills they have learnt through a range of interesting and creative themes.

Personal goals are embedded throughout the school. We strive to develop the whole child to be a conscientious citizen of the world, a person who is adaptable.


(11-16 Years Old)

Key Stage 3
(Year 7 to 9)

Our school follows the Cambridge International Programmes of Study appropriately modified for international students.

English & Literature, Mathematics, Sciences, including Biology, Chemistry and Physics, Information & Communications Technology (ICT), Humanities – History, Geography and Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship and Emotional learning (PSHCE), Performing Arts – Drama, Music and Art, Music, Art, and other foreign languages.

External assessment at the end of Key Stage 3 is through the Checkpoint test administered by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

Key Stage 4
(Year 10 to 11)

Students progress to become self-motivated and enquiring learners, ready for International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) exams. They study a broad range of subjects and delve into areas they are passionate about.

The examinations are administered by Cambridge Assessment International Education and recognised worldwide by employers and universities as evidence of academic excellence.