Council of International Schools (CIS) Accredited

The Council of International Schools (CIS) is a membership community dedicated to upholding high-quality international education standards.
Achieving International Accreditation signifies a distinct level of recognition exclusively held by schools that demonstrate excellence in education.

The quality and rigour of CIS International Accreditation are acknowledged by ministries, education departments, and universities worldwide, serving as evidence of a school’s unwavering commitment to delivering high-quality international education. With only 19 CIS member schools and a mere 10 CIS internationally accredited schools in Malaysia, the accreditation shows that HELP International School:

– is devoted to its mission and vision for students
– has thought deeply about the services it offers to students, family and community
– invests the time and resources for validation from a globally-recognised accreditation authority
– focuses on the quality of teaching, student learning, as well as student safeguarding and well-being
– is committed to the development of the students’ global citizenship
– has a suitable philosophy of education suitable for its students
– promises only what it can deliver
– is open to regular evaluation by its own school community and peer evaluators
– constantly seeks improvement in all areas of the school plans strategically for the future

By achieving CIS International Accreditation, we affirm our dedication to providing a high-quality international education and furthering our commitment to continuous enhancement in all facets of our educational offerings.

IPC Accredited School 2018-2021

HELP International School has been recognised by Fieldwork Education as an IPC accredited school, with an award for Mastery in International Mindedness. The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) is for children aged 5 – 11 years old. Currently used by over 1,000 schools in over 90 countries worldwide. IPC is a comprehensive, thematic, creative curriculum, with a clear process of learning and specific learning goals for every subject.

Apple Distinguished School (2017-2019, 2019-2021, 2022-2025)

HELP International School is now recognised by Apple, as a distinguished school for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence – inspiring student creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking. Apple Distinguished Schools cultivate environments in which students are excited about learning, curiosity is fostered, and learning is a personal experience for every student.

Common Sense Certified School: Digital Citizenship
(2016-2017, 2018-2020, 2022-2024)

A Common Sense Certified School is recognised for its dedication to
teaching young people how to be safe, responsible digital citizens by helping students think critically and use technology responsibly to learn, create, and participate in the world around us.

The Association of International Malaysian Schools
(AIMS) Member

AIMS is a non-profit making membership organisation, dedicated to the advancement of international education in Malaysia, via the provision of services to its member schools through cultural, academic and sporting exchanges.

The Federation of British International Schools
in Asia (FOBISIA) Member

FOBISIA offers its member schools a forum for discussion, networking and sharing best practice. With 68 member schools throughout Asia, staff and students of FOBISIA schools enjoy a plethora of competitive, learning & networking events.

Eco-Schools Silver Award

The Eco-Schools programme provides a unique opportunity that empowers students to lead change regarding environmental awareness within their school and have a positive impact in their wider community. Eco-Schools has the power to transform students into forward thinking, challenge solving, decision making adults of the future.

TES International School of the Year (Shortlisted - 2024, 2019)
TES International School - Best Use of Technology (Shortlisted 2024)

The annual Times Educational Supplement (TES) Awards highlight the most outstanding schools and teachers the global education community has to offer. These schools teach the British Curriculum or IB programmes. The finalists are shortlisted from hundreds of nominations from Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. They are selected by a panel of expert judges including school leaders, experts, and education researchers from leading international school associations – COBIS, FOBISIA, IB, BSME, and ECIS.

Cambridge Professional Development Centre

HELP International School is now part of the growing community of Cambridge Professional Development Centres. Cambridge Professional Development Centres offer Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications (PDQs) to support the effective continuing professional development of teachers and leaders.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award (DoE)

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award (DoE) is the world’s leading youth achievement award. Open to anyone between the ages of 14 and 25, the award encourages participants to build new experiences and challenge their personal limits.  HELP International School currently offers the Bronze and Silver level of the Award.

Junior Award Scheme for Schools (JASS)

JASS is an accredited award with three levels – Bronze,  Silver and Gold. Aimed at supporting young people through education transitions,  JASS celebrates their achievements in and outside of school, in addition to
encouraging them to go out of their comfort zone and try a new activity. HELP International School currently has students on the Bronze and Silver levels.

World Scholar's Cup (WSC)
GL Assessment