|Overall:||(4.2 from 5 reviews)|
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|Ages:||3 to 16||Primary Language:||English|
|Curriculum:||IB, English||Max Class Size:||Unknown|
Taylor’s International School (TIS) is the latest addition to the Taylor’s Education Group. It provides exceptional learning environments for children from Early Years to Secondary. TIS offers a global learning experience based on the highly valued National Curriculum for England that leads to excellence in IGCSE qualifications. The School provides holistic learning with emphasis on character building that is grounded in the best of Eastern and Western values. In addition to that, our international curriculum also offers a strong foundation in English, Mandarin and Bahasa Malaysia. Continuing Taylor’s fine tradition of excellence in developing the nation’s youth into well-rounded and purposeful global leaders, ready to contribute and take their productive place in the global community, TIS aims to be an exceptional international curriculum school in the neighbourhood. TIS Kuala Lumpur offers not only a new blueprint for international educational excellence but also the advantages of a nurturing learning environment. All the learning spaces are designed to stimulate the mind to new possibilities where the concept of learning is redefined over time. Learning takes place everywhere in the physical spaces and not confined to the classroom, allowing our students to experience and learn by interacting with the environment beyond academic settings. The campus has also been renovated to create large open spaces to allow optimum natural lighting as well more conducive sheltered spaces for students to gather and play. This environmentally friendly surrounding enables students to learn anywhere and at anytime with their teachers.
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Rui Bin Ong, 2 months ago
Avinash Sachdeva, a year ago
Name changed to Taylor's International School, Kuala Lumpur
felicia chan, a year ago
It had changed to Taylors International School Kuala Lumpur.
Gaurav Joshi, a year ago
Reach before 7.15 to drop your kids or get stuck in crazy traffic. Overall good education and happy kids.
Mark Tian, 6 months ago
Tuition is not expensive in the city of Kuala Lumpur, even if there is only 20% of international teachers, but you get what you paid for. The teachers are mostly Chinese malaysians, indians and malays who have studied abroad. The courses include kids garten, primary school and middle school