St. John’s International School or SJIS is part of the excellent scholastic tradition that began with St. John’s Institution, Kuala Lumpur in 1904.
St. John’s International School or SJIS is a private-funded International School that is in collaboration with the La Salle Brothers Malaysia. The establishment of SJIS is in keeping with one of the priorities of the Lasallian Family in Malaysia to cater to the needs of young Malaysians, and also to link the school with a Lasallian organisation that has an outstanding and reputable long-history of delivering excellent education not only in Malaysia but in 82 countries world-wide.
SJIS presents a new milieu for students from different cultures and backgrounds to be nurtured in education, sports, and extra-curricular activities excellence. We realise that a holistic education is also one that promotes values of respect for all and a sense of responsibility. Good discipline and strong student-faculty relationship are emphasised to create a mutual learning environment within the school.
SJIS is part of the excellent scholastic tradition that began with St. John’s Institution, Kuala Lumpur in 1904. The SJIS building is a segment of the St. John’s Institution edifice of red and white brick ‘Grecian-Spanish’ architectural heritage that was built in the 1930s. The school nestles within the lush green enclave of the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve; against the backdrop of the KL Tower and the Petronas Twin Towers.
Students and parents are aware, and recognise the distinctive SJIS educational characteristics. Members of SJIS faculty are discerningly selected for their top academic qualifications and methodical competencies. They are chosen for their penchant in the scholastic care of students, and in the consistency in maintaining updated knowledge and practices. At SJIS, we envision a great learning experience for our students. Our focus on varied exposures and the well-balanced needs of students will set them on a trail blazing path in higher education studies glory and a bright future.