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Islamic education Bridging Secular and Religious teachings


Islamic education in Malaysia is gradually increasing due to a demand by parents who seek balance between secular and religious education for their children.

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10 Private Schools Offering The National Curriculum


There's an increasing number of private schools offering the Malaysian national curriculum - Standard Based Curriculum for Primary Schools (KSSR) and Secondary Schools (KSSM) - for parents who prefer smaller class sizes and extra activities.

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Nexus Boarding House More Than A Place To Stay


There are many reasons why parents send their child to board. At Nexus, its the combination of dedicated staff, great facilities and a dynamic learning environment.

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International School Acronyms What Does it All Mean?


International schools are all accredited by and work with different boards and associations, which are often listed as acronyms. Here are the most common ones associated with international schools in Malaysia.

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Why Finding The Best Fit School Matters


Choosing a new school is an important decision with a long-lasting impact on a child and the family. Parents must choose the right school based on not only academic criteria but also what best fits their child.

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Types of Curriculums in Malaysia


Private and international schools in Malaysia offer a comprehensive list of curriculums including the British, American, IB, Australian and the Malaysian National Curriculum.