King Henry VIII College, Cyberjaya is the first overseas school built by Christ College of Brecon which was founded in 1541. This school is a joint venture between Christ College, Brecon and Seri Mutiara Group of Malaysia. The school follows a motto ‘they achieve because they believe they can’. The school strongly believes that a successful education means the transfer of skills and qualifications and preparing young children to face the challenges of today’s world. Students are given opportunity to explore their talents and be a part of a supportive community.
The school strongly values individuality, initiative and leadership and harps on the goodness of teamwork. The school community is formed by students, parents and teachers who all work together for the betterment of students. King Henry VIII College offers the British curriculum to students in the preschool, primary, middle school and secondary levels. The school houses excellent facilities for learning, sports, performance and personal development. The school offers boarding facilities. From libraries, computer facilities, cafe, school shop, to a 600-seater auditorium, drama and music rehearsal spaces, indoor swimming pool, sports hall, squash court and fitness centre, the school offers everything required for an overall development of a child. Students get an opportunity to pursue their talent in arts, sports or music.