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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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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Student 4.0: How International Schools Prepare Students For Industry 4.0

With the rise of automation and globalization, we will be inevitably facing a new industrial revolution. This revolution will drastically alter the world we live and along with it the workforce. Many jobs that have long been thought of as secure and stable will fade into obsolescence and workers will face challenges never seen before. […]

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St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (Tropicana PJ Campus): The Best of Both Worlds- A top international school infused with Lasallian values and tradition

Established in August 2016 by LAPIS (Lasallian Asian Partnerships for International Schools) in partnership with Tropicana Corporation Berhad and with the blessings of the Brother Visitor and LEAD council, this unique international school nurtures well-rounded learners at all levels with its values-centred education approach that is based on the very best of the globally-recognised Lasallian […]

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St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia recently held its 2nd IBDP graduation ceremony at its Tropicana PJ Campus auditorium. The ceremony which was attended by scores of graduates, parents, sponsors, teachers and VIP guests was graced this time by 3 unique Guests of Honour namely Mr Ian Chai, Ms Desiree Leong and Mr Nikodemus Jaya […]

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SJIIM’s Nicol Yong wins International Youth English Speaking Competition in China

St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (Tropicana PJ Campus) or SJIIM, added yet another feather to its cap when Nicol Yong, an SJIIM IBDP Scholar and former Student Representative Council President, was proclaimed winner of the Belt and Road Youth English Speaking Competition and the China Daily ‘21st Century Cup’ International English Speaking Competition in […]

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An Enriching Experience For SJIIM IBDP students in the Philippines

St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (Tropicana PJ Campus) also known as SJIIM, is unlike other internatonal schools because of its Lasallian education ethos and roots. It recently showcased its point of difference again when 17 of its new IBDP students participated in the 3rd SJIIM Lasallian Leadership Training Camp in Manila, Philippines from 4 […]

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First Cohort of SJIIM Students Celebrate Outstanding IBDP Results

Students of St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia (SJIIM) surpassed all expectations by producing outstanding results in the recent 2018 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) examinations. 31.7% of SJIIM students obtained 40 points and above and boasted an aggregate score of 37 points, a far cry from the 2017 IBDP Global Average of 29.9 points […]

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Boarding School: The Springboard for Success

According to research conducted by The Association of Boarding Schools, the number of boarding school graduates who achieve prestigious top management positions in their mid and late careers is significantly higher compared to the number of private and public school graduates with similar achievements. What causes this disparity? How can boarding schools help nurture high […]

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How can education help cultivate EQ among the young?

Do you remember when or how you learned to identify, manage, and recognize your emotions? For many adults, the answer is: No. More often than not, you stumbled your way through those baffling life moments on your own. As important as navigating our inner landscape is, it is not something that is explicitly taught in […]

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