Taylor's International School Puchong's students that achieved A*- A grade at IGCSE (2018).
Taylor's International School Puchong's students that achieved A*- B grade at IGCSE (2018).
Taylor's International School Puchong's students that achieved A*- C grade at IGCSE (2018).
1 Top in The World
Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award for IGCSE (2017).
IGCSE June 2018 Result - Language Subjects
As a school that focusses on building a strong tri-lingual language foundation in English, Bahasa Malaysia and Mandarin, we are very proud of our IGCSE language results this year. Congratulations to our students for their outstanding achievement and we wish them success for the rest of their IGCSE examinations.

Outstanding Cambridge Learners Award 2017
Two of our students, Wang Hong Jing and Gerald Lim Cheng Jun received Outstanding Cambridge Learners Award from Cambridge International Examination at an award ceremony on 24th April 2018 . These awards mark a huge achievement in TIS Puchong as this is our very first IGCSE results. Wang Hong Jing was also one of our scholarship recipient and a top scorer student in TIS Puchong. Congratulations to our students for such a fantastic achievement.

Wang Hong Jing: Top in the World - Mathematics
Gerald Lim Cheng Jun: High Achievement - Co-ordinated Sciences

TISPC Secondary Students Strive In Performing Arts

On the 22nd April 2017, six TISPC students took part in the Malaysian Championships of Performing Arts held at Publika. The students entered in both singing and acting categories and we are pleased to announce that three of the students received medals for their achievements.

Sachin Thambyrajah (Y11) received a bronze medal for his Dramatic and Comedic Monologue performances while Jia Min Tan (Y8) received a Bronze medal for singing in the Pop category. Rachael Vay Syuen Ting (Y9) was awarded a Silver medal for singing in the Pop category as well as a Scholarship of UD$ 3500 which she can use towards her trip to America to take part in the World Championships of Performing Arts, held in Hollywood in July 2017. 

All three contestants, and those who did not receive medals, are to be congratulated on their hard work! 

Celebrating Excellence

TISPC Student Display Sportmanship, Character and Discipline 

TISPC is proud to have several students from the Secondary School participated in the MSSD swimming competition held at the Shah Alam Aquatic Centre on 26th March. Each of the students should be incredibly proud of their achievements but a special mention must go to Ashley Ting who, despite only being in Year 8, competed in the U15 competition and was awarded for her hard work and dedication to training by winning a bronze medal in the 100m and 200m backstroke event. A very big congratulations to her again!

In addition to the MSSD swimming competition, Lokesh from Year 7 is an enthusiastic student of Taekwondo who also competed in the Scorpion Election Round and was placed 3rd in his age group. Well done to Lokesh again!

On the 28th March, Eu Jia Xin from Year 9 who is a dedicated and accomplished gymnast won 1st place and a gold medal for participating in the MSSD Rhythmic Gymnastics competition. She will now go on to represent Selangor state in the National Schools Rhythmic Gymnastics competition. We are incredibly proud of Jia Xin’s achievement and she is a fantastic example of how dedication and hard work can help you achieve the very best you can.

TISPC Secondary Student Excel In Sports

Fang Ze Zeng Makes Taylor's International School Puchong and Malaysia Proud 

Fang Ze Zeng, a Secondary student in Taylor's International School Puchong makes the country proud on his achievements by representing Malaysia in the South-East Asian Speed Skating competition in Singapore on the 19th February. Ze Zeng participated in the junior category against other skaters from countries throughout South-East Asia and he was rewarded for his hard work by gaining a bronze medal in the 333m, 500m and 777m races. A huge congratulations again!

Student Artwork from TISPC makes Malaysia proud

Joey Kuai made headlines in TISPC on May 2015 as her artwork won the 5th Arts Olympiad.

Arts Olympiad is the world's largest and most prestigious art and sport programme. It aims to introduce students to the "Artist-Athlete Ideal" of the creative mind and healthy body.

Joey’s artwork won the 5th Arts Olympiad in the painting category. Her artwork along with another winner from the digital art category has been selected to represent Malaysia for the coming Olympic Game which will be held in June 2015. Her masterpiece will be exhibited in The National Mall in Washington DC. Congratulation to Joey once again!