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International Schools in Subang Jaya

Published by SchoolAdvisor on Sep 11, 2013, 04:52 AM

UCSI International SchoolUCSI International School is wholly owned by UCSI Group. The Group's maiden education investment dates back to 1986, and today this flagship subsidiary is known as UCSI University. The UCSI International School is another education subsidiary of UCSI. There are two international school campuses - in Springhill and in Subang. (Read more)  
 Asia Pacific International School (APIS)

APIS was developed as a component of the APIIT Education Group. The international school was unveiled in 2012, and aims to deliver quality education based on the vision of a true international school with an emphasis on intellectual, emotional and personal growth. (Read more)

 
 Kingsley International SchooL

Kingsley will offer the National UK Curriculum for Nursery to Year 9 students while the Cambridge IGCSE Curriculum is offered to the Year 10 and Year 11 students. They also provide a portal for parents to communicate with school and follow teaching procedure by monitoring home works, student evaluation and performance reports, school announcements and other matters. (Read more)

 
 Sunway International School

Sunway International School (SIS) is the premier private co-educational institution in Malaysia offering Grades 7 to 12 of the Ontario (Canada) Ministry of Education Secondary School Curriculum. The school is unique in Malaysia in being staffed by 100% Canadian teachers who have been accredited by the Ministry of Education Ontario (Canada) to teach the Ontario curriculum, providing students with native English speaking environment and a real Canadian school experience. (Read more)

 
 Fairview International School (IB Candidate School)

Fairview school was established in 1978 with an initial cohort of 29 students. It now provides education to more than 1,900 students from Reception to Year 13 across its network of six campuses in Malaysia and Thailand. Fairview has full authorization from the International Baccaleaureate Organization (IBO) to provide Primary, Middle and Diploma certification and is the only school in Malaysia offering all three levels of the IB Programme (till 2013). (Read more)

 
 
 Sri Kuala Lumpur School

SriKL takes a non-elitist approach to education. Its governing board is fully independent, and the school is operated as a not-for-profit foundation. All yearly surplus made by the school is retained and reinvested into it. The school runs both an international curriculum and the Malaysian national curriculum. (Read more)

 
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