elc International School Sungai Buloh is one of the 2 elc school campuses in Malaysia. It follows the National Curriculum of England and Wales and caters to students from kindergarten up to secondary levels. The elc International School Sungai Buloh has a lush green campus which sets a conducive environment for learning. The school boasts of a closely knit community between students, teachers and parents. It teaches traditional values to students and also provides a global education so that they are able to sustain in this fast-paced world. It creates a culture of excellence where student’s best interests are always kept at the core of any activity. Apart from academics, students take part in activities, clubs and competitions which helps in their holistic development.
‘Outstanding’ Preparation for Post-Schooling Life
With a teacher for every 9 students, elc ensures every child gets the adequate attention required. The award-wining school has been accredited by the U.K.’s Education Development Trust, with a certification of ‘outstanding’. In addition to guiding students from their Lower Primary to Secondary years, elc also aims to impart life skills to their student base- with an aim of preparing them to enter their college life.
Prioritising Student Welfare, elc International School has a Counselor on staff, whom students can see voluntarily. Teachers may also refer students with academic, social, behavioural and psychological concerns so they may get the necessary guidance they require.
Learn to Aspire at elc
elc is an education group currently operating 2 school campuses in Malaysia. The school was established in 1987 and follows the single objective of developing students into confident and responsible young men and women who are successful – academically and in every sphere of their life. The school boasts of excellent academic records. It follows three core values – excellence in everything they do, loyalty to each other and the school and commitment to continuous improvement. The school also follows a motto of ‘Learn to Aspire’ where students are encouraged to succeed in personal, social and academic grounds.