Tenby Schools is a rapidly expanding group of International and Malaysian private schools in Malaysia. Tenby has won prestigious awards, including The Brandlaureate Best Brand Award and also Readers Digest Award in the School Education category as well as gaining a reputation for excellence and high standards in education. We have been providing education in Malaysia for over 50 years, achieving milestones one after another and continue to grow in catering for the needs of high quality education for the young generation.
There are now Tenby Schools in Ipoh (Perak), Penang, Setia Eco Park (Shah Alam), Miri, Setia Eco Gardens (Johor Bahru), and Setia EcoHill (Semenyih). Another new school in the Klang Valley, which is within the Tropicana Aman development in Kota Kemuning, Selangor is also in the pipeline and is scheduled to commence operations in 2018.
In addition, to enable the students to achieve their full potential in academic excellence, we strive to prepare our next generation to use Twenty First century skills and competencies to respond to the challenges of the new world, from economic crises to political upheavals. Shaped and driven by the vision, “A United World At Peace – Through Education” the schools aim to develop young people who are confident actors in the world, rather than acted upon by it. We encourage the values of cultural diversity and acceptance of others different from oneself. There is no better place to instill such holistic personal character for your kids than a school such as Tenby Schools.
Tenby Schools Ipoh
TENBY SCHOOLS IPOH was first established in 1960 by British expatriates who wanted their children to receive high-quality education based on the British system. The school started as an expatriate kindergarten that became an international school, Tenby International School (TIS), Ipoh, which later expanded to include a private Malaysian school, Sekolah Tenby. The School is also the first school in the group to offer the Cambridge International A-Level Programme since 2010, alongside the other curricula on the same campus. In September 2013, the School moved to its new purpose-built campus in Bandar Meru Raya, Ipoh.
Tenby Schools Penang
TENBY SCHOOLS PENANG began life as a local kindergarten and a private school, with Tenby International School (TIS), Penang being established in 2007. Previously, it was known as Sekolah Sri Inai, renamed to Sekolah Sri Pinang after Tenby Educare took it over in 2005. In 2011, the school moved into its current location, a purpose-built campus conveniently located in Tanjung Bungah. The school complex is equipped with modern facilities, supported by a strong faculty of teaching staff.
Tenby SchoolS Setia Eco Park
TENBY SCHOOLS SETIA ECO PARK is the first purpose-built school in the group. Located on a 20-acre site in the award-winning Setia Eco Park development of Setia Alam, the school offers top-class education from Early Years up to the Sixth Form. Since its establishment in 2008, Tenby Schools Setia Eco Park has become one of the most popular international/private schools in the Klang Valley. The school commenced the Cambridge International A-Level Programme in 2012 for its Sixth Form.
Tenby Schools Miri
The opening of TENBY SCHOOLS MIRI marked the first time that international education became available to both expatriates and Malaysians living in Miri, Sarawak. Tenby Schools was selected by Sarawak Shell Berhad to start an international school in Miri to provide international school education to the community of Miri, Sarawak. TIS Miri offers classes from Early Years up to Secondary, and moved to purpose-built new facilities in Senadin in September 2013. Beginning January 2017, the School offers private Malaysian Curriculum through its Sekolah Seri Tenby, with students from Standard 1 to Standard 3 being its first cohort.
Tenby Schools Setia Eco Gardens
TENBY SCHOOL SETIA ECO GARDENS opened in September 2013, offering an international student-centered programme. The School occupies a purpose-built campus located in Setia Eco Gardens township, part of the Iskandar Malaysia in Johor (formerly known as Iskandar Development Region). Different from other Tenby Schools, the School operates the Southern hemisphere school year that starts in January and ends in December. The School also offers Malaysian National Curriculum starting with Lower Secondary (Form 1 to Form 3) from January 2015.
Tenby International School Setia EcoHill
TENBY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SETIA ECOHILL started its operation in September 2016. The school offers an international student-centered programme for students from Early Years up to the Secondary levels. This new school brings the opportunity of high quality international education at affordable fees to the community of Setia EcoHill in Semenyih, Selangor and the surrounding residential areas. Both the Primary and Secondary schools are located on an impressive 14-acre pu