KTJ aspires to provide a high-quality primary and secondary education for both Malaysian and international students. They offer equal opportunities for all to benefit from excellent teaching, plentiful resources and individual learning experiences in a caring, secure and stimulating British-style co-educational school, with boarding from the age of 11.
Their holistic education is intended to encourage the development of independent and well-balanced individuals, helping them to become responsible citizens who are aware of global issues. They encourage students to be self-disciplined and to maximise their potential inside the classroom and in a wide range of artistic, sporting and cultural activities.
Their vision is to be the School of choice in Malaysia, empowering students to be the global leaders of a sustainable world.
School Snaps: KTJ Primary – MSSNS Swimming Results
This article is brought to you in part by Kolej Tunku Ja’afar. On Wednesday and Thursday, 15th and 16th February, 12 students...
School Snaps: Amazing IGCSE Awards at KTJ!
On 17 November 2016, five Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar (KTJ) students were awarded top in Malaysia in the recent IGCSE examinations
School Snaps: KTJ Students Enjoy Bukit Tinggi
KTJ’s Year 4 students recently went on their annual residential trip to Bukit Tinggi, during which time they took part in many...
School snaps: KTJ mini-olympics
Year 3 teachers put on a MiniOlympics for the Year 3 classes
School snaps: Primary FOBISIA with KTJ
On the 26th of May, a team of 26 students from Primary School competed in the Primary FOBISIA Games in Bangkok.
Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar
KTJ aspires to provide a high-quality primary and secondary education for both Malaysian and international students. They offer equal opportunities for all...
School snaps: KTJ 25th anniversary carnival a big success
On Saturday 27th February, KTJ hosted a very special Open Day and Carnival to celebrate our 25th anniversary.
School snaps: Community service at KTJ
Thirty-five interactors from KTJ forms 4, 5 and L6 recently visited the Charis Old Folks’ Home in Mantin.
School snaps: Kolej Tunku Ja’afar Model United Nations
KTJ students joined nearly 1,000 students from 75 different international schools at the Hwa Chong Institute in Singapore for the 11th annual...