Located conveniently in the thriving center of Subang Jaya, Fairview International School Subang Jaya (FISJ) is an International Baccalaureate World School that is authorised to conduct the IB continuum from Primary Years Programme (PYP) to the Middle Years Programme (MYP). We are one of five Fairview campuses located all over Malaysia.
Established in 2010, FISJ has established a good reputation for academic excellence. In FISJ, our biggest asset is our students, as such we continuously seek to create learning opportunities for all. With the dedication of our very qualified teachers, we are able to offer inclusive IB programmes that promote continuous learning both in and out of the classroom for all students. We do understand that students need more than academic skills to succeed. Therefore we adhere to our school vision of developing adaptable, lifelong learners, active citizens, effective contributors, resilient interviews, independent inquirers and creative thinkers.
With a range of facilities available, FISJ is a community school with a family foundation. All that we strive to achieve in FISJ is done with a passion and with heart. We are proud of our results and have seen more than 150 students graduate since 2010. Many of them have since gone on to graduate from the Diploma programme and obtained university places of their choice.
We believe that education should take into account everything students experience during each moment of their time at school. Therefore, instead of confining the learning experience within the four walls of the classroom, we encourage our students to immerse themselves in a myriad of authentic, hands-on learning environments.
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 and facilities befitting an International Baccalaureate(IB) World School, Fairview is never short of academic transformation.
At Fairview Ipoh we see the curriculum as something that embraces more or less everything that a boy does. You may ask why we see the curriculum that way. For many schools, the curriculum is just the academic part of what a boy studies. But that really doesn’t do justice to what an education is.
Our team welcomes the opportunity to meet and guide you through the application process. Please contact our respective campuses in advance via phone or email to arrange for a personalized appointment.