Tropicana has partnered with a few prestigious education institutions to deliver high-quality international education in its townships, as part of its commitment to creating dynamic communities.
Tropicana partnered with the Lasallian Asian Partnership for International Schools (Lapis) in 2016 to set up the first St Joseph’s Institution International School in Malaysia. It is a brother school of the prestigious St Joseph’s Institution and St Joseph’s Institution International School in Singapore. The school is a continuation of St John Baptist De La Salle’s 300-year-old education mission. Today, the school has 700 students from 40 nationalities. It caters to students from age three to 18, leading to international qualifications such as the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). Its 283,140 sq ft campus has a wide range of facilities, includig a performing arts centre, music studio, dance studio, black box, libraries, computer lab, science lab, tennis court, indoor sports hall, swimming pool, and indoor and outdoor playgrounds.
GEMS International School opened for its first intake in 2017. It accepts students from age three to 18. As of 2021, the school has about 700 students, with one third Malaysians and nearly two-thirds international students. The school management focuses on inspiring students to be safe, happy, successful, resilient and adaptable. The school follows a British-style curriculum. Students work towards the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and A Levels. Besides striving for academic excellence, the school also provides opportunities for students to build leadership qualities through its co-curricular programmes. Facilities available to students in the 252,000 sq ft campus include an auditorium, music room, science labs, tech labs, digital learning lab, library, resource centre, indoor sports hall, and basketball courts. The parent company of the school, GEMS Education, runs a global network of award-winning international schools across Europe, North America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Its network spans the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, the United States, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kenya, India and Malaysia. The school is a member of the Council of British International Schools, Association of International Malaysian Schools, and the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce.
The Tenby International School at Tropicana Aman is the latest Tenby School campus in Malaysia. Established in 2018, the school has 370 students at present, of which the majority are Malaysians. Catering to pupils aged between three and 18, the school provides early years and primary education based on UK curriculum, leading to the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE). It is part of the International Schools Partnership (ISP), a network of 50 schools in 15 countries. Its 10-acre campus is equipped with an art and design studio, auditorium, music studio, science labs, tech suite, design and technology workshop, cafeteria, sports complex, swimming pool, tennis court, basketball court, library and medical centre.
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