Inspiros International School
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

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4.6 from 5 reviews
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Ages:3 to 18 Primary Language:English
Curriculum:English Max Class Size:Unknown

Inspiros International School is a fully licensed school by the Ministry of Education and accredited by Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). Located at SetiaWalk Puchong, we offer middle income families at incredibly affordable rates, a premier and quality British international education leading to the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) for students aged between 3 to 19. Parents will find us the ideal school choice for their children because we are fully regulated by MOE and CIE but most of all, our fees suit their budgets.We want to create an educational platform that is accessible to most income groups in and around Puchong and the Klang Valley that engages the British international curriculum as this is one of the most internationally recognised curriculums by leading universities and employers worldwide. Our school curriculum prepares students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. We bring together a passionate team of educators to work with CIE to deliver the best possible education aligned to the National Curriculum of England and to develop Cambridge learners who are confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged – equipped for success in the modern world. We are proud to join 10,000 schools in 160 countries across the world to prepare students for their future with an international education from Cambridge.


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Evelyn Woon, 2 weeks ago


Tristan now seems more responsible and executes self-initiatives in getting his homework done, and I believe he completes ALL his homework, instead of selecting subjects that he likes or are able to do. Previously, he would defer both school & homework on the subjects he had trouble with, adopting the ‘ignorance is bliss’ attitude Generally, his attitude has improved probably because he’s happier at school now. He’s not as angsty as before. Much to our relief! And because you and the teachers have given him the opportunity to get involved in social/extra-curricular programs and assume some responsibilities, I’m happy to say, he’s observed to be more mindful about making deadlines

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Tieh Siaw Siong, a month ago


Sam and Sean have been eager to join the school since their sister Sophie joined a few years ago and their experience thus far has been positive. They both love the teachers and the school very much. The school has been kind to accelerate them to Year 2 and the teachers are doing a great job in ensuring they are able to cope. We have no regrets sending all our children to Inspiros. Sofee is now a prefect in the school and has come a long way from being the shy little girl she used to be. We are very happy to see how she has developed along the way and we thank the teachers for working with us in helping her grow. We are also happy that the school strikes a good balance between academics and extracurricular activities.

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Lee Sun Young, a month ago


We are Koreans and both my kids enjoy coming to school and are learning very well. The teachers are very good and they like the activities provided in school. I can seem them improving especially the English. 2 years ago, my son and daughter could not speak English well, now they are able to hold a good conversation. We are very happy with Inspiros.

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Nicola Geb Kruthoff, a month ago


Luzie enjoys her time in class and her lessons. The teachers are constantly engaging and makes the lessons fun. She looks forward to coming to school every day. Max likes coming to school and his favourite subject is Science & Mathematics. He likes his class very much and is doing very well in many of his subjects. His teachers are very kind and he loves the music activity as well.

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Mdm. Chen, 2 weeks ago


After entering Inspiros, Huey Ling has shown great improvement in her English both speaking and writing. Moreover, her communication skills has improved as well. I like it that the teachers are responsible and communicates well with the students. The teachers are always motiving the students to study hard and to help them achieve their goals. Overall they have a very good management team

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