Address: 4178 Jalan 1/27D, Section 6, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur
Telephone: +603 4142 0888
Teaching Language: English and Mandarin
Ages: 4 to 16
Curriculum: International Baccalaureate (IB)
Fairview International School, founded in 1978, presents International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP), IB Middle Years Programme (MYP), and IB Diploma (DP) to a diverse student community. It has the largest IB world school network in Malaysia with five campuses. Fairview’s academic programme, backed by the UK national curriculum, is driven by concepts, inquiry, the learner profile, flipped classroom, technology integrated learning, approaches to learning, expeditions, co-curricular activities, action and service and charity programmes. These are successfully achieved through the IB curriculum framework with the smooth transition from transdisciplinary, interdisciplinary and disciplinary approaches through three programmes culminating in the PYP exhibition to MYP personal project to IB Diploma Theory of Knowledge (TOK), and Extended Essay (EE) respectively.
Fairview International School Johor is a premium school with high expectations from teachers, students, security, and operations. Transport to school is a breeze as the new campus is just a few minutes' drive from Singapore customs checkpoint.
What the school says
A rich academic programme
A curriculum based on the best research evidence and on successful teaching and learning strategies for children of diverse backgrounds and learning needs
A community school
A vibrant centre for educational, recreational, cultural and social programmes utilising an innovative and international curriculum for its students and teachers.
A unique professional development focus
A culture of continuous professional growth for all staff, Fairview functions as a 'hub' for educators throughout the Asia-Pacific region, regularly engaging teachers in a wide range of learning opportunities that promote ongoing professional growth
Fairview International School aims to be a vibrant centre for educational, personal and social growth in the world, providing a rich academic curriculum for children in the local and international community. Through the use of best practices in teaching and learning, Fairview educates, motivates and inspires students in a challenging environment, empowering them to realise their potential. Fairview is committed to raising the standard of education not only within its own campuses but also in the ASEAN region and beyond.
Fees for the 2018/19 year range from 14,000 MYR a semester up to 30,000 MYR a semester in Grade 11. There are two semesters in each academic year.
There is an application fee of 1,000 MYR and a confirmation fee of 2,500 MYR (Primary Years Programme) or 5,000 MYR (Middle Years Programme).
From the Chairman of the Council of Governors
"Change is a necessary evil and as we move into the next chapter in Fairview, it is always a privilege to pen a few thoughts for the year ahead. Apart from just physical changes in infrastructure in all of our campuses making them more student-friendly, wireless with high-speed broadband services and providing the much-required facilities befitting an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, the academic faculty has seen major transformation.
Continuous professional development, the backbone of any learning organisation, has seen the introduction of consistent and sustainable initiatives in a calculated move to ensure that teachers are thoroughly skilled and informed of the latest in educational initiatives. With four campuses authorised for the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and the Middle Years Programme (MYP) of the IB, and the only schools in Malaysia to contain the two programmes under one roof, it is our duty to only offer nothing but the best in professional development for our teachers.
Our teachers have over the years attended numerous workshops overseas and visited other renowned IB world schools to share learning experiences. Weekly school workshops are made convenient by technology. Video conferencing among centres has played a part in promoting a sense of family among campuses but more importantly and making teaching and learning more meaningful through shared knowledge. While preserving the individuality of each campus, video conferencing has contributed immensely to a learning community.
Fairview continues its laborious yet rewarding journey of bringing the best of 21st-century education to the masses through the establishment of new campuses in Ipoh, Kuantan, Port Dickson and a new state of the art campus in Johor Bahru.
Fairview is a trusted name in education for all regardless of caste, creed, race or colour and as Fairview heralds its 35th birthday, I can only vouch for better years ahead."
Mr Daniel Chian, Chairman.