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Top IBDP results again from SJIIM students

For the third year running, students of St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (SJIIM) once again produced outstanding results in the recent 2020 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) examinations. SJIIM High School Principal, Dr Nicola Brown and IBDP Coordinator Ms Maureen Fitzgerald (seated centre) with some of the top scorers who obtained 40 points and above […]

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A Historic Virtual Graduation for SJIIM’s IBDP Graduates

There was a surreal feeling in the digital sphere as St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (SJIIM) embraced what could potentially be another ‘new normal’ this year by recently holding its 3rd IBDP graduation ceremony virtually on 29 May 2020.

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SJIIM Students and Parents Support MCO Affected Groups

St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (SJIIM) students and members of its Parent Support Group (PSG) have been busy assisting those in need during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period in Malaysia. With the school temporarily closed in compliance with the MCO, SJIIM students and the PSG decided to channel funds that they had helped […]

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Top in the World IGCSE Mathematics 2019 – Benjamin Wong Mun Fhee

Benjamin Wong Mun Fhee has emerged as one of the ‘Top in the World’ achiever in Malaysia for Mathematics in IGSCE exam 2019. He was presented with the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards yesterday. This is our third award in four years for Mathematics and the only school in Perak to receive such a prestigious award. […]

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5 Qualities Universities Look for in Students

The transition from high school to college is undoubtedly a challenging process. A recent Survey of University Admissions Officers, commissioned by ACS International Schools, underscored some of the top qualities that universities look for in students. Here’s a closer look at these qualities: Ability to learn independently Independent learning is an important quality as students […]

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Should You Take A Gap Year?

Taking a gap year can be beneficial – certainly in terms of your career and the experiences gained – but you’ll need to determine if it’s the right choice for you. What is a gap year? The phrase ‘gap year’ has traditionally meant a period of time taken out by students after leaving high school/college […]

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Behind The Principal’s Desk: Dr. Nicola Brown

  In simple words, character education is education that nurtures and promotes the ethical, intellectual, social and emotional development of individuals. It is a continuous learning process that enables young people and adults to become moral, caring, critical, responsible individuals. The need for character education lies in the ‘moral crisis’ found in today’s societies. Character […]

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A day of celebration for SJIIM IBDP Scholars

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia (27 September 2019) – St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (SJIIM) recently celebrated its fourth batch of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) scholars through a Scholarship Awards Ceremony on 27 September 2019. The event was graced by the SJIIM Board of Governors Chairman and Brother President of SJI Singapore, Dato’ Br. Paul […]

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Impactful Classroom Management: Morning Meeting

A healthy morning routine does wonders in starting the day right. One way to do this in school while prioritizing student wellbeing is via a simple morning meeting. The original idea of morning meetings was derived from the evidence-based approach known as the Responsive Classroom. Based on principles that aim to build academic and social-emotional […]

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