The International School of Kuala Lumpur
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ISKL’s positive, caring and collaborative culture was evident from the very first moment I stepped on campus more than 11 years ago. This same culture is evident in the active involvement and strong connection of our alumni family all around the world who regularly come back to visit, organize reunions, share their news, memories and insights, and support those who follow in their footsteps.
We deeply value the connection with past students, parents, faculty and staff who have all shared the unique experience that is ISKL. We encourage you to continue to share the Panther spirit and register here to stay involved and engaged with our community through this, our new ISKL Alumni Community website. The journeys of our alumni portray an important aspect of our success and effectiveness as a school. Your continued engagement and feedback will help us be a better school.
We look forward to hearing about where your journey has taken you and welcome the opportunity to strengthen our connection as a united ISKL global community.
Yours in partnership,
Head of School
Adrien Dorleans (‘18)
Engineering Student, University of Glasgow
“My favourite memories are Swimming IASAS; every one of them had a euphoric feeling about them on the final day, jumping in the pool with our coaches, team mates and new friends from other schools, the perfect culmination of a season’s efforts. It’s a feeling I doubt I’ll ever be able to replace.”
Ed Moline (‘03)
Script Writer and Producer
“ISKL instilled an attitude in me that if you wanted something to be different in the world, you should go out and make that difference yourself.”
Dr. Elena Azizan (‘05)
Former ISKL IB Scholar
“ISKL IB education was very useful for me as it gave me the first taste of research which I did through the extended essay in Chemistry with Mrs Goh. It...shaped my passion for scientific research which resulted in a postgraduate degree at the University of Cambridge and led me to my current choice of career as a research lecturer in UKMMC (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre).”
Anne Chua (‘15)
Junior Doctor, Southampton General Hospital, UK
“ISKL had the slogan of 'big school opportunities with small school feel' and I think that pretty much sums up my experience at ISKL. ISKL (the old Ampang campus) was the smallest international school I attended but was also the closest knit community I had throughout my childhood years. I made some of my closest friends during my time at ISKL as well as the closest relationships with teachers and staff members. After having moved around a few times, it felt like the perfect way to conclude four years of high school at ISKL, being in a community that I felt that I belonged to.”
Tracy Candler (‘99)
(Recipient of the John G. Hadwen Award in 1999)
“Junior year I traveled with a group of students and teachers to the Philippines on the Habitat for Humanity trip. The whole week we were serving and working hard to help the people of this village. We stayed with a local family and I remember feeling overwhelmed by their generosity. They had so little, and yet gave us so much. The week was sweaty and tiring, but so satisfying. I very clearly remember riding back to the mainland on the ferry, with an overwhelming sense of peace.”
Matt Nobles (‘02)
Chief Compliance Officer with GE Gas Power MENASA, Dubai
“I had such a great experience…the teachers were fantastic! My Middle School teachers, Mr Teppen in Science and Mr Fish in Math, were dynamic, interesting, with tons of energy. They made everything real in their teaching methods, with lots of fun thrown in, especially Mr Fish. His thing was he could walk on his hands...he would walk up and down the hallway on his hands, just to get a rise out of the kids.”
Andre Sun (‘08)
IB English Teacher in Shanghai, China
“ISKL is and will always be an important part of my life. It's one of the main reasons why I want to pursue my career in education and especially in an International school. I love making a difference to the world in a positive way.”
“Although our time at ISKL was brief, it felt like we had been part of the community for decades. We never felt lost or out-of-place. My daughter was treated like she belonged right from the start. If we could, we would take this school and its teachers with us everywhere we go.”
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