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Fairview International School Ipoh

Hala Lapangan Suria, Medan Lapangan Suria, Ipoh, Malaysia

Ipoh, Malaysia
  Website   017-404 0082   

Grade Levels:
Reception - Grade 11
Total Enrollment (approx):
150
International Students (approx):
25
Type of School:
Co-Ed
Tuition:

Locals - RM6,500 - RM13,500/ semester

Foreigners - RM12,500 - RM26,000/ semester

* There are 2 semesters in an academic year

** Fee/ semester subjects to change


About the School
Fairview International School Ipoh is the fifth campus by Fairview Group, which is the largest International Baccalaureate (IB) education provider in Malaysia.

Academic Programs
UK National Curriculum incorporate with IB programmes

Extracurriculars

Extracurricular activities and sports:

Science Club, Ping Pong Club, Taekwondo Club, Cultural Club, Badminton Club, Robotics, Orchestra and World Scholar's Club

Facilities:

- The school is equipped to conduct Fairview's Digital Learning, each class is installed with an Apple TV and the school library has a rotating system of iPad in carts.

- Indoor multipurpose hall

- Basketball court

- Sports field

Bi-lingual Education
Fairview Ipoh taught English, Malay and Chinese.

IB Programs
Fairview Schools are authorised by the International Baccalaureate (IB) to offer 3 out of its 4 IB programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP) and the Diploma Programme (DP). In Fairview Ipoh, the school offers the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and Middle Years Programme (MYP). Fairview Ipoh campus received its IB PYP authorisation in 2017 and recently went through its Middle Years Programme (MYP) verification.

Nursery / Pre-K Programs
The school offers Reception class for minimum age of 4 years old and above. School hours: 8.00am - 1.00pm

Parent Involvement
Yes, Fairview has many events such as Celebration of Learning where students will present what they have learned throughout the semester to their parents. We have Coffee Morning where parents are invited to the school to have coffee and light refreshments with the teachers and our coordinator will update the parents on current IB and Fairview info. We have multiracial celebrations where parents are invited to help out with the preparations as well. During Sports Day, there are Parents-Child contest.

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