British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL) - Secondary


Level of Education
Preschool Primary Secondary

Curriculums
A Level Cambridge Edexcel and AQA

Introduction

The Secondary School academic programme is divided into Key Stage 3 (Years 7 to 9), Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11) and Key Stage 5 (Sixth Form). The Key Stage 3 programme instils a foundation of core knowledge, skills and understanding to prepare students for the Key Stage 4 IGCSE programme. Using the English National Curriculum (ENC), lessons and materials are adapted to international and local contexts. The subjects offered are English, mathematics, science, geography, history, drama, art, ICT, graphic design and PE; and the option of two MFL (modern foreign language) subjects. Key Stage 4 sees students embark on the two-year IGCSE programme, which is known to be academically rigorous and leads to Sixth Form. Subjects have specific international elements and content developed by subject specialists to ensure topics are relevant. When students reach Sixth Form, they will be studying for their A Levels, and each student is assigned a dedicated tutor/mentor who will guide them throughout their Sixth Form years. Year 12 students will focus on university preparations with internships/work placements and plenty of leadership opportunities; while Year 13 students will focus on university applications and preparing for life after school. 

The British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL) opened in 2009 and is part of the Nord Anglia Education (NAE) – the world’s leading premium education group with over 60 schools in 28 countries. As part of this network, BSKL has strengthened its academic credentials and enhanced learning through several key initiatives. These include collaborations with some of the world’s most prestigious educational institutions including MIT, Juilliard and UNICEF, as well as access to the Global Campus, which allows students to learn new skills and develop a truly international perspective through online, in-school and worldwide experiences. BSKL is the first school in Asia to be awarded the COBIS (Council of British International Schools) Patron’s Accreditation.



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Year Established
2009

Head
Mrs Basman Zora

School Year
August - July

Students
1278

Ages
11-16

Average class size
22

Boarding
No

Admission & Fees

Fees (RM)

Year

Termly fee (3 terms/year)

Annual fee

7

28,860

82,310

8

28,860

82,310

9

28,860

82,310

10

34,050

97,300

11

34,050

97,300

Application Fee
RM1,500

Enrolment Fee
RM17,050

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