The Alice Smith School, Kuala Lumpur
An outstanding British education
When Harvard graduate Alice Smith, was unsuccessful in her mission to find a suitable school for her daughter, she founded the first British international school in Malaysia. From these roots in 1946, a strong and healthy school emerged and now educates children from over 40 nationalities. The homely feel endures, and children quickly settle into this welcoming community. As a ‘not for profit’ school, the revenue is invested in fostering pupil interests and allows for provision of exceptional facilities; the running track is even certified by the International Association of Athletics Federations. On the academic front, a creative and personalized approach to the British Curriculum encourages pupils to develop critical and analytical skills and ensures that graduates secure offers from top ranking universities.