This article is brought to you in part by The International School @ ParkCity.
The International School @ ParkCity (ISP) will be having an Open Day this October for students aged 3 to 17, at their ParkCity campus on 15th October at 11am. All parents and prospective students are invited to the Open Day to take a look at what ISP has to offer.
About the school
The International School @ ParkCity (ISP) opened in September 2011 for children from Nursery through to A Level age groups. Located in the highly acclaimed township of Desa ParkCity in Kuala Lumpur, ISP offers a challenging programme of study, which is broadly based upon the English National Curriculum, while incorporating the flexibility to effectively respond to global change to an international setting.
ISP is a place where internationally minded and culturally aware students from over 50 countries are encouraged to pursue both academic excellence and personal development, thus preparing them to take a leading role in tomorrow’s ever-changing global community.
ISP students also benefit from a personalised learning experience using use state-of-the-art teaching, learning, and sports amenities located in and around the campus to nurture their mental and physical well-being. The high standard of academic achievement is reflected in the IGCSE Examination results from 2015 where 94% of students achieved A* – C grades, with 58% being at A* – A.
ISP is a member of the The Federation of British International Schools in Asia (FOBISIA) and The Association of Malaysian International Schools (AIMS).
Location and details
To find out more about the school and the Open Day, visit www.ISP.edu.my or call +603 6280 8880.
Address: No 1, Jalan Intisari, Desa ParkCity, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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