Since its founding in 1965, ISKL's focus has been entirely on providing an excellent education for international and local students in Kuala Lumpur. As a not-for-profit, parent-governed school, we are proud that all revenue earned through tuition is used to benefit our students.
The new Ampang Hilir campus, opened in 2018, has once again brought together all three ISKL school divisions. This major project was realized through prudent financial management overseen by ISKL's board and administration. As we continue to develop the campus, we welcome your contribution.
Parents, students, alumni, and friends have all played a part in making ISKL the school what it is today. While our new school campus is now a reality, work to commission spaces and ensure our facilities meet the needs of our ISKL community continues. Join us in this journey; every gift helps.
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Help us lay the foundations for the next 55 years
To celebrate ISKL’s 55th Anniversary, we have commissioned a unique ISKL Panther commemorative figurine. The limited edition ISKL Panther is unmistakably Malaysian, featuring a fine ISKL batik motif and comes in two versions: solid pewter and 24-carat gold-plated solid pewter.
Designed and hand crafted in the historic Royal Selangor workshops, our ISKL Panther mascots are a reminder of your time at ISKL that will make a beautiful addition to any home or office.
When you purchase a panther, your name (or a name you nominate) will also be etched into our 55th Anniversary commemorative solid pewter plaque that will be unveiled as part of our celebrations.
Don’t miss this opportunity to take your panther home and leave your legacy at ISKL. All proceeds from the sale of our ISKL 55th Anniversary Panther figurines will go to the ISKL Development Fund, laying the foundations for the next 55 years of excellence in international schooling at ISKL.
It has been one and half years for my family to join the ISKL community since January of 2017, after leaving behind three and half years of Jakarta li… More...
Zurich Insurance and Takaful have made a commitment of RM500,000 to name the new Track and Field at the ISKL Ampang Hilir Campus. More...
Mr. Joe Gross & Mrs. Birgit Gross
Home country: Germany & Malaysia
"The fact that we could leave a legacy, a bit of memory here sold us quickly. We love the idea that our girls, Leonie and Tara (now Grade 11), can return to this place in the future, see our family name, and remember their time here at ISKL.”
Zurich General Insurance Malaysia Berhad & Zurich General Takaful Malaysia Berhad
Home country: Switzerland
Zurich Insurance and Takaful has made a commitment of RM500,000 to name the new Track and Field at the ISKL Ampang Hilir Campus!
"We are thrilled to partner with ISKL in this way." said David Fike, Chief Executive Officer of Zurich General Insurance Malaysia Berhad and Executive Director of Zurich General Takaful Malaysia Berhad.
"The opportunity to be associated with the country's premier international school by branding this new athletic facility and to partner with the school in the delivery of our prime CSR initiative (Eat Right to Play Right) just makes good sense."
Dato Neoh Soo Keat
Home country: Malaysia
"We are happy to support the campaign for the Ampang Hilir Campus. Our children have received a wonderful education at ISKL and will enjoy this new facility for years to come." - Dato Neoh Soo Keat
Special thanks to Dato Neoh Soo Keat and Trinity Group for their sponsorship of RM60,000 to name six classrooms across the new ISKL campus. Dato Neoh has two children at ISKL who who have thrived at our Elementary School.
In Honor of Ms. Ann Whiting
Home country: Australia
With a gift from a generous ISKL family, a classroom on the new Ampang Hilir Campus will bear the name of a much beloved former faculty member, Ann Whiting.
“She truly cared about her students. In those difficult months for our son, she invited me in to ask how she could help him be more comfortable,” noted the Mother. “In some ways, she came the closest to giving our children a classical education based in Greek and Latin with her emphasis on word study."
Mr. Peter Karlsson
Asian Tigers Mobility Malaysia
Home country: Sweden & Malaysia
Gift to support development of ISKL's new baseball / flexibilty pitch, now to be know as "Asian Tigers Field"
"On behalf of Asian Tigers mobility, we are pleased to support ISKL's campaign for Ampang Hilr with a gift to name "Asian Tigers Field." We know that our gift will help the school with key enhancements to this particiular pitch which will impact ISKL athletes for years to come. The school provided a wonderful experience for my son, and I am happy that we could give back to it in this way..."
Ms. Eva Wang & Peggy Fan
Home country: China & Malaysia
"Upon learning about the school's campaign for the new campus, Peggy approached me about giving some of the money she had saved, including from the receiving of Ang Pow over the years to sponsor a Math classroom in the new school," said Eva. “She hopes that this will encourage others to give and to work hard in studying Math.”
Mr. Yoon Jun Young and Mrs. Han Sae Jin
Home country: South Korea & Malaysia
"Small decision can make things changed" Yoon Jun Young, ISKL Parent and Ampang Hilir Donor
Thank you to the Yoon, Sae Jin, Jayden and Stephanie for their family's gift of RM 20,000 to name two classrooms as part of the "We Build People" campaign for Ampang Hilir...
Mr. Dave Thomas & Mrs. Cathy Thomas
Home country: USA & Malaysia
"As a family, we have many philanthropic interests. We understand that ISKL is a nonprofit school that works hard to earn its resources and spends them prudently. With the board's vision of building one of the region's finest campuses, we are happy to donate to the "We Build People" campaign for the impact our contribution will have now and hopefully for the example it will set for our sons, who will all four soon be alumni."
In honor of Heidi Laws and Susan Renaud by Jai Mohit
Home country: India
Heidi Laws and Susan Renaud for several years, were part of the team providing Learning Support for students in the High School. Both women share a passion for teaching and a real heart for students. Always committed to going the extra mile for their students, they have, at their core, a heart for the young people with whom they work.
The decision to name a Classroom in honor of Susan and Heidi was Jai's.
"We had been talking about a gift to support the campaign, when Jai suggested we name a classroom in honor of these two exceptional educators. We could not be more pleased with his choice," notes his family.