Garden International School (GIS) is one of the world’s leading international schools with a strong academic track record. Our high quality, holistic education ensures that our students leave us well equipped for life; it is not surprising that GIS students are in demand across the world and are sought after by the world’s best universities. GIS students benefit from our unique, innovative teaching and learning philosophy, integrating knowledge and skill development, supported by 66 years of heritage and a thriving alumni global network. Accredited by the Council of International Schools, GIS is one of the oldest and most distinguished schools in Malaysia with two campuses: Primary and Secondary School in Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur and an Early Years Centre in Desa Sri Hartamas. GIS provides British-based education for students ages 3 to 18 years of age across our Early Years Centre (Nursery to Reception), Primary School (Year 1 to Year 6) and Secondary School (Year 7 to Year 13). The school has been teaching the National Curriculum of England and Wales with modifications designed to meet the needs of international students. With over 2,000 students, GIS is the biggest private co-educational school in Malaysia. Garden International School, bringing out the best in you since 1951. Please go to this link to read the Winter's Q+A for Garden International School: http://www.wintersschoolfinder.com/articles/qplusa-garden-international-school-kuala-lumpur/
The Application for Admission form may be obtained from the School -or- downloaded from the School's website. Upon completion, kindly email scanned copies of the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org -or- courier to us at the address on the form. If you prefer to complete an Online Application for Admission, please visit the School's website.
Applications will be reviewed taking into consideration various factors, including but not limited to, most recent and past school reports in its original language and in English, an Assessment, English language proficiency, a review of the child's learning needs and required support, behaviour, subject options at IGCSE/A Levels, & availability of places.
March 2017 will see a number of parent workshops taking place at GIS: Technology stress: How using technology can impact on your posture and how to manage it. Bullying: Understanding it, responding to it and preventing it The Science of Learning and the Brain. Identity and international school students. Raising multilingual children.Read more
Our Art Live event at GIS is an annual Art event aimed at providing the school community with the opportunity to be involved in the excitement and passion of Art alongside professional creative people. This year the accent is on enlightening the community in the creative industries and the myriad of rewarding creative professions in the contemporary world. The heart of the event will happen over two weeks from the 7th March at GIS.Read more
When children come to the end of their time at Garden International School in Kuala Lumpur, they receive a leaving kit. Inside: a sour sweet, a length of ribbon, a paper clip, a sponge and a rubber band. The items were chosen to prompt discussion about what leaving means — bittersweet emotions, tying up loose ends, and making memories. Every departing child is also recognised during school assembly.Read more