New Campus Registration (September 2015)
New Campus Registration (September 2015)

We are moving into our new campus this year and will start our academic year 2015/2016 Term 1 there. For all interested parents who want to book a place for your child in KIS, we welcome to do so before 30 April 2015 to enjoy the RM3500.00 fee waiver on first term tuition fee.

Kingsley wins
Kingsley wins

CONGRATULATIONS to Kingsley Athletic Team who made us proud by winning two silver and two bronze medals at the recently concluded MSSD competition.

SPIRIT OF EXCELLENCE
SPIRIT OF EXCELLENCE

Kingsley International School believes in developing character together with academic performance in a conducive learning environment that encourages the highest achievement and is constantly improving.

 

KIS Green Week 2015
KIS Green Week 2015

It is our annual Green Week again. Our theme this year is KI(D)S for KIDS - the 'D' is in a bracket so as to represent KIS's kids.

Great Character, Strong Values and High Achievement
Great Character, Strong Values and High Achievement

Kingsley International School (KIS) believes in cultivating great character, strong values and discipline in our students. We strongly believe that with good upbringing and positive environment, our students are able to attain to their fullest potential and embrace our core values.

  • Chinese New Year 2015 III

    A Chinese New Year festive event was celebrated when the school reopened on the 24th February 2015.  A Lion Dance performance surprised the younger kids who were all excited by the sound of the cymbals and drums and the pouncing of two golden lions. Students from Year 10 sang a Chinese New Year Song and students were thrown mandarin oranges by the two lions as a sign of luck.

    We wish all and one a wonderful year ahead!

  • Chinese New Year 2015 II

    A Chinese New Year festive event was celebrated when the school reopened on the 24th February 2015.  A Lion Dance performance surprised the younger kids who were all excited by the sound of the cymbals and drums and the pouncing of two golden lions. Students from Year 10 sang a Chinese New Year Song and students were thrown mandarin oranges by the two lions as a sign of luck.

    We wish all and one a wonderful year ahead!

  • Chinese New Year 2015

    A Chinese New Year festive event was celebrated when the school reopened on the 24th February 2015.  A Lion Dance performance surprised the younger kids who were all excited by the sound of the cymbals and drums and the pouncing of two golden lions. Students from Year 10 sang a Chinese New Year Song and students were thrown mandarin oranges by the two lions as a sign of luck.

    We wish all and one a wonderful year ahead!

  • KL Heritage Walk & Parliament Trip Year 6 II

    Our Year 6 students went on a Heritage walk around the heart of KL on Wednesday. Despite the scorching sun, they were full of smiles. Their trip ended with a tour at the Malaysian Parliament

  • KL Heritage Walk & Parliament Trip Year 6

    Our Year 6 students went on a Heritage walk around the heart of KL on Wednesday. Despite the scorching sun, they were full of smiles. Their trip ended with a tour at the Malaysian Parliament.

  • Green Week UP-CYCLE Project 2015

    In conjunction with Kingsley Green Week, our students, parents, teachers and staff took part in the UP-CYCLE project, which we donated toys, books, clothes and others for the Orang Asli children in Malaysia. There were in total 20 boxes of items collected, and they are now being sent to the Orang Asli settlement.

    A big THANK YOU to our parents, students, teachers and staff for your sincere and heartfelt donation to make life better for our fellow children in the Orang Asli settlements. :)

    In Kingsley, WE CARE! :)

 

 

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Find out more about Kingsley International School. Check out our website for more information with regards to our vision, mission and future plans for our school. Find out if our curriculum is what you believe is the best for your child.

 

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Visit our Facilities & Talk to Us. Call us at +603 5191 9808 for an appointment. You are encouraged to drop by and take a closer look at our facilities and teaching set-up. Our admissions department will be on-hand to guide you through and will be more than happy to answer all of your questions.

 

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Student Placement Test. A qualified student is someone who is likely to find success in the School's English language program besides entrance test on Science and Mathematics, followed by an interview and other evaluative procedures. 

Please bring along your child's photocopy of Identity Card (IC) or birth certificate for the placement test.

 

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Enrollment Criteria. Kingsley accepts applications for both local and international students.

 

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Submit Application Form. Click here and download the admission form. Complete all the relevant details and return it back to us together with the necessary documents. Feel free to contact our admissions department if you need further assistance. 

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Intensive English for Non-native Speakers. Qualified non-native ESOL students are required to attend specially designed intensive English program before they are accepted to main stream classes.

 

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Enrollment @ Kingsley International School.The School reserves the right to decline enrollment of prospective students who are deemed unable to meet our admission criteria.