Type: Co-educational, independent school for children aged 3 to 18. Sister school to Epsom College UK.
Curriculum: English National Curriculum, IGCSEs and A-levels
Pupils: 372 (Boarding)
Location: Bandar Enstek, Negeri Sembilan. An hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur and 15 minutes to KL International Airport
Head: Dr. Murray Tod
Fees: Annual Tuition Fees, EYFS RM51,905, Years 3-6 RM76,185, Years 7-9 RM87,135, Years 10-11 RM92,025 and Years 12-13 RM94,035. Annual Boarding Fee, Years 5-13 RM50,400.
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational
Founded: Epsom College UK was founded in 1855
About International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL)
Epsom College in Malaysia is situated in 50 acres of delightful Malaysian grounds,15 minutes from the main KL airports, providing the perfect environment for a first-class educational experience for pupils aged 3-18. World class facilities allow Epsom College Malaysia to offer the very highest academic standards, in tandem with outstanding sporting and cultural opportunities.
Epsom College's vision is entirely pupil centred, with an ethos determined by the beliefs of individual respect and tolerance, recognising the complete uniqueness of each child. The school embraces a strong community spirit, enhanced by the boarding opportunities we provide, and they welcome the intense loyalty that this generates in their students. They, in turn, have access to invaluable and fulfilling experiences, with their own wellbeing at the core, that prepare them for the twenty-first century global world in which they live.
Building on the best traditions of Epsom College UK, its sister school, they follow the English National Curriculum throughout all year groups, focusing on IGCSEs and A Levels for the older pupils. However, their academic outlook is also shaped by their international perspective, and they are immensely proud of both their range of nationalities within the pupil body and their excellence in achieving the results to progress to top universities in the UK and around the world.
Ultimately, their aspirational belief in the ability of all young men and women to stretch and challenge themselves is not confined to a country or even continent; prepares their pupils to be international in outlook and to embrace all cultures.