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 Student Becomes a Mouseketeer!
KTJ student Dheena Menon has been selected as one of Southeast Asia’s Disney Mouseketeers. In June this year, over 6,000 talented kids...
School Snaps: Six Pearson Outstanding High Achievers Award for KTJ
Kolej Tuanku Ja’afar (KTJ) is thrilled to announce that six of our students will be receiving the Pearson Edexcel Outstanding Learners Award...
School Snaps: KTJ Golf Tournament a Great Success
KTJ Form 3 student Victor Ng was nominated for the best junior male golfer for 2016. The school held its 14th annual...
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.