Read Our Stories of Learning at the Alice Smith School
The Alice Smith School is often regarded as one of the best (if not the best!) International schools in Malaysia and indeed Asia. But what makes it so special? Excellent (I)GCSE and A Level grades are an indicator of one aspect of a school's quality, but what about all those activities, initiatives and achievements that do not end with a formal assessment? Think of all the..read more
Join us for a special night, as we celebrate the Foundation Charity Dinner's 10th year anniversary and experience an evening of ‘high KLASS’ food and entertainment, organised and run entirely by our secondary students, staff and parents at the fabulous Grand Hyatt Hotel, Kuala Lumpur on 28th February 2020. The evening includes a wide range of outstanding song and dance..read more
Make an impact with us by supporting The Green Thumb Project! We provide you with an opportunity to contribute towards three great sustainability projects: Give Life, Clean Energy and Learn Sustainability.
"Reversing deforestation is complicated, planting a tree is simple" - Martin O'Malley
#BeRemarkable and make our lungs and earth green again by supporting the..read more
Did you know that...Our Earth loses 18.7 million acres of forest every year, which is equal to 27 soccer fields every minute? And that only 9% of the 9 billion tonnes of plastic the world has ever produced has been recycled?
This November through our Foundation, The Alice Smith School is embarking on a journey of environmental stewardship. Working alongside the community and..read more
by Roger Schultz, Head of Alice Smith School
Some would argue that school is all about examination results and giving students the best possible opportunity to get outstanding grades for university. In many ways this is a great start to life beyond school but learning goes way beyond subjects and grades.
At Alice Smith School, our expansive approach to learning gives all..
by Roger Schultz, Head of School
It is common for schools to speak of educating the “whole child” and providing a “holistic education” for their students, acknowledging that a successful learning environment is about much more than just academic results. However, when considering the relative merits of a school and the quality of its educational provision, looking at..