Austin Heights International School (AHIS) is a purpose built school located at Austin Heights, Taman Mount Austin in Johor Bahru. We offer top-class education for Early Years leading to Secondary Level, aged 3 to 16 years. Since our establishment in 2011, AHIS has become one of the premium international schools in Johor. Our high quality, holistic approach ensures that our students are well-equipped to face the challenges of our global world. With its state-of-the-art facilities in a student-centred learning environment, AHIS is recognised as one of the leading international schools in Johor Bahru with a strong academic track record. Our strong team of experienced teachers are passionate, dedicated and committed to supporting all of our students in reaching their potential.
We offer a high quality international pre-school, primary and secondary education. We follow the Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP) and International Primary Curriculum (IPC) for primary students. Our secondary students follow the programmes of the National Curriculum of England which are appropriately modified for an international education. Our Year 10 and Year 11 students follow a wide range of subjects within the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) offered by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE). This gives our students a balanced and broad curriculum with qualifications recognised across the world.
Over the years, our students have consistently achieved outstanding results in their IGCSE examinations. Since 2011, our students have received the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards “Top in the World” and “Top in Country” in multiple subjects. These awards, issued by CAIE, recognise exceptional learner achievement in Cambridge examinations around the world.
How would you rate Austin Heights International School (AHIS)?
Chiow, 15/04/2022 @ 10:24:53
Music & Arts
I took my kid out of this place, so badly run most teachers don't have international experience, don't seem trained for the curriculum. Facilities are poor, communication with parents poor, no teams, no games with other schools.
The school not encouraging teacher n parents interaction , and when my son not passing the homework n got fail for that particular assignment rated based subject , the school refer me to the school chairman who is a Dato , he emphasised that that’s the school policy in order to retain the teachers. So I finally got my son withdraw n asking for my deposit of rm5k to b refunded, however, the school refused with the reason that no 1 term notification in advance and i got it to consumer tribunal but seems, the tribunal not given me a chance at all to speak out for my withdrawal n asking for refunds n for me , she was one sided obviously to the school.
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