Our coeducational character allows us to prepare boys and girls for lives and careers in a world in which men and women aspire, work and achieve together in mutually respectful and supportive ways. Our international school community in Malaysia is complex and kaleidoscopic: our boys and girls, men and women, form a society unafraid to ask important questions about life, scholarship, service and values.
Academic debates are enhanced by the combination of male and female sensibilities. There is a wonderful naturalness about boys and girls studying and growing up together. It is a preparation for the real world beyond pupils’ time at the College.
Single-sex activities, such as some sports, offer a different set of opportunities and challenges where boys and girls test themselves, whilst the pastoral structure of single-sex boarding houses provides nurture, support and mentoring appropriate to the differing needs of adolescent boys and girls.