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The Crescendo-HELP International School (CHIS) began operations in February 2017 at its new purpose-built campus in Johor Bahru. CHIS has swiftly garnered positive reviews from students and parents who are pleased with the dedication and quality of its international team of leadership and teaching staff, as well as its world-class facilities. Within 12 months of its operation, its growth has surpassed its target and CHIS is one of the fastest growing international schools in Johor.

Dwi Emas is Malaysia’s First Entrepreneurial School. Offering the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and Cambridge IGCSE, it sets itself apart further with its entrepreneur programme, Powerpreneur, developed and taught in-house by real-life entrepreneurs and mentors. Dwi Emas grows the trailblazers of tomorrow and builds on the foundation of the innovative ACE EdVenture Approach (previously known as ACE EdVenture Programme) where students are immersed in a wholesome balance of academics, arts, sports, and entrepreneurship.

SJII Malaysia is a school of the De La Salle Brothers and is founded under the auspices of the Lasallian East Asia District (“LEAD”).
 

A brother school of the esteemed St Joseph’s Institution and SJI International in Singapore, St Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia provides a Lasallian holistic education for 3 to 18 year olds. We offer the International Primary Curriculum, Singapore Math and a strong Mandarin Programme as well as the IGCSE and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.

Nestled in the heart of Bandar Sri Sendayan in Negeri Sembilan, Matrix Global Schools provides education for the expatriate and local community in Malaysia from Early Years through to Secondary Years. Established in 2014, the institution runs a dual-curricula model, offering the international UK curriculum as well as Malaysia’s national curriculum as a private school. 

Tunku Putra School (TPS) began in 1997 as the first international school in Sarawak. More than two decades later, the school has grown to over 600 students, represented by 20 nationalities. The students’ holistic learning experience will be further enhanced when the school moves to a new purpose-built campus in Tabuan Jaya in 2020. The school will be renamed Tunku Putra-HELP International School (TPHIS).

The International School @ ParkCity (ISP) opened in September 2011 and caters for children aged 3 to 18 from Nursery through to A-Levels. Located in the highly acclaimed township of Desa ParkCity in Kuala Lumpur, ISP offers a challenging program of study which is broadly based upon the English National Curriculum, while incorporating the flexibility to effectively respond to global change to an international setting.

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