Welcome to the Taylor’s International School Kuala Lumpur website.

Our purpose is “to educate the youth of the world to take their productive place as leaders in a global community”. 

Like many schools, we strive for academic excellence. What is different about Taylor's International School, Kuala Lumpur is our emphasis on producing all-round individuals. A holistic education is needed to meet the demands of employers and universities in the 21st century. To succeed in life, our students need to be good academically and also have taken the opportunity to extend themselves, and experience different opportunities.


In January 2011, Sri Garden started transforming into an international curriculum school using the National curriculum of England. This process allowed our school to be structured and challenged by the international curriculum whilst keeping our Malaysian values,culture and ethos. For a few years, the school had Malaysian and International classes in operation, and in January 2014, the school changed its name to Taylor’s International School, Kuala Lumpur. This transformation process finished in January 2016, when the last Form 5 group sat for their SPM examinations. However, like all good schools, we are always looking to improve and develop and this transformation process in many ways has and will continue to provide the best experience we can for the students.


Co-curricular activities are an integral part of our school. There are many activities for our students to participate in, broad examples of which are:

  • Sport (we have a number of very successful students in various sports)
  • Performance (participate and organize Music, Drama, and Performing Events)
  • Debate (we participate in Model United Nations conferences)
  • International relations. (we are twinned with Hokuryo High School in Kyoto and Morioka Chuo High school, both in Japan. These programmes involve short annual home stay, and longer immersion visits between the two schools. Our students also have the opportunity to visit other countries on exchanges, and we annually host visits from overseas schools.)
  • Six dimensions. (this is an internally generated programme, which we use extensively in our teaching. The programme aims to help students translate their academic work into real-life situations.)

We take great pride in the way lessons are taught here. We believe that we must continually update our teachers with the latest ideas and methodologies so that they can use them to stimulate our students. We use Information and Communications Technology (ICT) extensively. All our classrooms are equipped with broadband connections and interactive whiteboards, allowing our teachers to make full use of multimedia resources to enhance their teaching. Our teachers are focused on our students and their learning. We believe that understanding is the key to knowledge, which will then naturally lead to good exam results. Students are encouraged to be critical learners and to be involved in their own learning.


A school would not be doing their job properly without educating a child to work with people and to fit into a community. We believe that social awareness and character building are very important and take every opportunity to reinforce good character traits.


As you can see, we have come a long way, since the school started as Sri Garden in 1991, and the future for Taylor's International School, Kuala Lumpur continues to look even more promising.


Please take a few minutes to look around this site, and do contact us if you’re interested to find out more about our programmes.

Principal of Taylor’s International School Kuala Lumpur