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Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park is part of the Tenby Schools family, one of the pioneers of International and Malaysian National education in Malaysia with nearly 60 years of heritage in the country.

Tenby Schools Setia Eco Gardens offers the International & Malaysian National curriculum from Early Years through to Secondary. 

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Tenby Schools Penang is part of the Tenby Schools group, one of the pioneers of international education in Malaysia with nearly 60 years of heritage in the country.

Our campus hosts two schools: Tenby International School, which offers Cambridge IGCSE and A Levels, and Sekolah Sri Tenby, which offers the Malaysian National curriculum. Sekolah Sri Tenby started as Sekolah Sri Pinang in 1981 and was the first private school in Penang. It later integrated with Tenby International School in 2011 and moved into its purpose-built educational facility.

Opened in September 2018, Tenby International School Tropicana Aman is the newest campus of the Tenby Schools Group. This lush 10-acre campus close to the established suburb of Kota Kemuning is designed, from inception, to meet the educational needs of the 21st century learners. Drawing on the latest knowledge about what makes a great school, our campus provides an environment that is highly conducive to our students’ learning and personal growth – both in academic pursuits and in other interests.

Our campus is an impressive landmark in the fast-growing suburb of Semenyih. The 14-acre purpose-built campus boasts a comprehensive range of modern teaching and learning equipment, as well as a host of facilities that allow students to enjoy activities which develop their minds as well as their bodies.

At Orbix International Schools, we believe in providing a well-rounded global education with an exceptional student experience. 

Each of our campuses has its own uniquely crafted focus: the school in Muar is the ‘School of Entrepreneurship’ while Orbix’s Batu Pahat campus is the ‘School of Adventure Sports and Nature’. 

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