|Overall:||(4.0 from 5 reviews)|
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|Ages:||4 to 18||Primary Language:||English, Arabic|
|Curriculum:||English, Arabic||Max Class Size:||Unknown|
The International Modern Arabic School was initiated in 2007 as a bilingual, Arabic-British, non-profit institution with a total of 220 students. By the year 2012, the number of students had increased to more than 700 and the school acquired Arabic and International recognition. IMAS now occupies a unique position among Arabic and International schools in the Malaysian Capital, Kuala Lumpur. Today, the total number of students enrolled at IMAS has reached 1,600 students from 68 different nationalities. The school adopts a British curriculum, which gives students the opportunity to obtain the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).
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Recent reviews posted on Google.
hassan reza7171, 2 months ago
Excellent school providing international curriculum with religious environment, a very good international school
Hassan Jamil Syed, 6 months ago
IMAS is the best International school in KL surrounding area.
Mohamed Ziyad, a year ago
Unequivocally, my wife and I made the correct choice when we selected the international modern arabic School. The way his teachers have helped our son develop his individuality, while at the same time emphasizing self-discipline and respect towards others, has truly been a heartening experience. It’s funny sometimes, that as a parent, you learn just as much from your kid as they do from you. Thanks every and each staffs of IMAS .
Hadi Ruhani, a month ago
Nice facility and this school is a registered Cambridge IGCSE centre. Staff were friendly and knowledgeable. Kids have been with the school for about 2 months now and they like it. We thought it was just for Arabs but there are many non-Arab students at the school and everyone seems respectful of each others. Program seems solid. We'll see how the year goes.
Rafay Abdul, a month ago
Highly NOT recommended, if you are looking for your children bright future please stay away from this school. Your children loose, their discipline, and Teachers are very very rude. if you want see the real situation of school, visit during school finishing time, BIG BIG BUSES move like a hell, no one will be there to control, and kids bullying, running here and there usual. Education is like corporate training, teacher doesnt care if you children learn or not, they just finish their syllabus. NOTED Point here is, if you are NON-ARAB, you dont see your kids pics any where, they will not be given any preference in cultural and sports activities. and noted point here is this is NOT islamic school.