Sri Garden School is an international school operating a British Curriculum. It was founded in 1991 as an integral part of the Badminton Academy Malaysia. The school is part of the Taylor's Education Group and has close links with its sister institutions - Garden International School, Australian International School Malaysia and Nexus World-School, Putrajaya.
The school's purpose is to educate the youth of the world to take their productive place as leaders in the global community. The school is guided by the following core values :
At Sri Garden, our progressive academic and co-curricular programmes are designed to ensure each student becomes :
Sri Garden provides a balanced and holistic educational experience that focuses on academic excellence, character building and physical health and development for our students. Our school programme engages the students through the six dimensions in the application of their knowledge and skills, which will help them become productive leaders in the global community. The six dimensions are key areas of development for the students, embracing technological, economic, social, political, cultural and learning domains. Sri Garden aims to provide quality education to everyone and therefore the fee structure is affordable.
Sri Garden uses the British curriculum catering for pre-school (ages 3-5), primary (aged 5-11) and secondary (aged 11-16). Students finish school at the age of 16 (Year 11) after taking their IGCSE examinations, which is a year earlier than they would be after taking SPM.
Upon receipt of the application form, an appointment will be made to assess the child to determine the acceptance and placement of the child. It is essential that the child has the ability to access the curriculum in English.
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