Published by SchoolAdvisor on Feb 08, 2021, 09:21 AM
How will you prepare my child to be future-ready? This is the burning question Ms. Julia Love, Admissions Director at The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) believes parents should be asking a prospective school. Ms. Love says, “It’s a given that parents will research the curriculum, academic results, and facilities. I strongly encourage parents to ask how the school will prepare their child for their future, how their child will learn and practice the skills they need for the rapidly evolving world that awaits them, and how these skills are embedded within the curriculum and everyday life.”
ISKL believes its success in preparing students for their future depends on how well it supports them in developing 21st century skills today. Self-directedness, the ability to think creatively, reason critically, and communicate effectively are integral components of the school’s curriculum and culture from Early Childhood through to Grade 12.
ISKL focuses on nurturing the individual, as opposed to a one-size-fits-all approach to education. Why? Because every child learns differently and our mission is to provide every learner with the flexibility to choose the pathway best suited to their abilities, interests, and aspirations. With the introduction of two innovative academic options, PRAXIS 2030 and Pursuits, our High School students now have even more study paths to choose from.
Our educational approach is embodied by our school’s call to action to Be All You Are which encourages our students to explore their passions and interests, achieve their goals and find themselves.
Ensuring students are future-ready is a critical component of ISKL’s Vision and Mission to nurture highly successful, spirited, and socially responsible global citizens. This year, with the added complexity of the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on education, the need for an adaptable, agile, and forward-thinking approach to learning is greater than ever. Be it through onsite, distanced, or hybrid learning programs, ISKL’s approach to education remains the same. In a world where self-directedness, creative thinking, critical reasoning, and effective communication are essential for success, ISKL’s role is to guide, mentor, and support students to take on new responsibilities, face challenges, and learn to adapt.
ISKL will be holding a virtual Open Day on Thursday, February 25, 2021, for parents who would like to find out more about how ISKL’s approach will prepare their child for the future.
Our Open Days are an opportunity to meet different members of our community so you can ask questions and gain a better understanding of the benefits of ISKL’s curriculum and approach. You will be able to virtually meet our Head of School and divisional Principals, and chat with our faculty and community members in a Q&A session.
To register for our virtual Open Day, head over to https://www.iskl.edu.my/enrollment/openday
Established in 1965, The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) has become known as a center of excellence in the world of international education. ISKL is a co-educational, private, not-for-profit school responsible for the learning journey of 1,700 students aged 3-18 years representing more than 65 nationalities at its campus in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
ISKL offers a robust international curriculum which combines leading North American educational frameworks with global best practice. The curriculum recognizes that students are on a lifelong learning journey and is driven by ISKL’s mission to challenge each student to “Be All You Are” and develop the attitudes, skills, knowledge, and understanding to become a highly successful, spirited, socially responsible global citizen.
ISKL is accredited internationally through the Council of International Schools (CIS), and in the United States through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). There is a strong focus on service and sustainability across its divisions and is a member of the Eco-Schools organization and the Green Schools Alliance.
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