Wesley Methodist International School Penang follows a vision to impact lives and nation through Methodist Education. The school strives to provide education with mission, excellence and compassion and follows 4 core values: God-centredness, respect for life, integrity and excellence with humility.
Methodist Education has shaped the lives of thousands of students over 125 years since the pioneering spirit of early missionaries in Malaysia in 1891. The tradition of Wesley Methodist Schools (WMS) gives Wesley Methodist International School Penang a unique character that stands apart from the other models of school: the heritage of Christian values in the WMS, contribution to the society, and quality education throughout.
Wesley Methodist School has become a brand synonymous with delivering students from A.C.E. philosophy: children who are Academically outstanding, trained in standards of Character and seeking Extracurricular accomplishments. At the core of the school’s mission is this philosophy to help its students reach their full potential.
The school strongly believes that each student is made in the image of God and creates an environment of love, respect and acceptance. The school creates a distinct character in students and enhances their aptitude and ability. The school provides a wholesome and secure environment where students feel safe and happy. It promotes individual learning, growing, thinking and interpersonal skills.
Wesley Methodist School (Private) provides a National Curriculum – Dual Language Program (DLP) leading to the SPM while Wesley Methodist School (International) Penang offers a British Cambridge curriculum leading to the internationally recognized Cambridge I.G.C.S.E.
Wesley Methodist International School Penang adopts the internationally recognised British Cambridge curriculum for Primary School Year 1 to Year 6 and Secondary School Year 7 to Year 11, leading to the Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (I.G.C.S.E.) and A-Levels in Year 12 to Year 13. S
Students sit for the externally assessed Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) examinations: Cambridge Primary Checkpoint in Year 6, Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint in Year 9 and International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) in Year 11 and Cambridge International A-Levels.