Preschool, Primary, Secondary, Pre-University
Syllabus & Curriculum
British National Curriculum
Student / Teacher Ratio
Max 25 students in class
"The Human Resource department in Help International School (HIS) is very prudent in recruiting experienced teachers that are competent and are asked to contribute beyond far beyond typical expectations.
The minimum entry requirement for students seeking to enter A-Levels will be a minimum of 5As. The school can cater to a maximum of 180 students for the A-Levels programme.
HIS aims to teach students to develop their competencies and become capable of recognising and seizing opportunities. Critical thinking, creativity and respect of cultures is widely practiced in the school.
Food in the cafeteria and canteen is provided by a French company and students will find a variety of food in the canteen every day.”
HELP International School (HIS) is built with a vision to ensure that students experience the fullest of education and school life as possible; HIS is focused on providing a fertile environment for student development in various areas such as leadership, communication and creativity. The school which is located in Subang Bestari offers education from pre-school to secondary level.
Teaching and Learning
The primary stage of education uses the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). All HIS students are made mandatory to learn Mandarin followed by the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi. Bahasa Malaysia is a compulsory subject for local students but remains optional for foreign students.
French and Spanish are also optional languages for all students to learn.
The curriculum for secondary school combines the best elements of the UK National Curriculum: International General Certificate in Secondary Education (IGCSE) with supervision and benchmarking done with Cambridge International Examination (CIE) and London Edexcel.
Built upon an impressive purposed built campus, HIS is divided into 3 wings with a courtyard at the centre. The neatly manicured courtyard plays an important role in daily school life with regular lunchtime concerts every Thursday.
The academic facilities in the school are state of the art with modern technology and amenities that assist the teaching and learning process at HIS. In a fully WiFi environment with Apple tools and technology in all the classrooms, labs and teaching spaces, the school seeks to optimise technology in order to aid teachers and students alike.
HELP International School is also heavily invested in the arts with learning facilities dedicated to music, drama, dance and performing arts.
The school also places an emphasis on nutrition and food sustenance of the student with a deli cafeteria overlooking the courtyard that is contracted to a food catering company providing al-fresco dining.
HELP International School