Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN)
- We ask that any known learning disabilities, difficulties or any such related Special Educational Needs are clearly stated in the application form, with relevant supporting information. The application will then be reviewed by the SEN Coordinator to determine if the school will be able to support the needs of the student. The physical limitations of the school site mean that the school is unable to cater for students with physical disabilities requiring specialist provision, including wheelchair access.Following acceptance of a student, if the student is diagnosed with learning disabilities/difficulties or related Special Educational Needs, but such information was not included in the Application Form or not known in advance of acceptance of the student, a meeting will be arranged between the school and parents to discuss this issue. The school reserves the right to withdraw the acceptance if any known Special Educational Needs or learning disabilities/difficulties were not included in the application form, or if the school is unable to support the SEN needs of a student which have been identified following acceptance.Non-disclosure of past serious behavioral issues in previous schools may also jeopardise the student’s place in the school. The school reserves the right to withdraw the acceptance.
English as a Second Language
- Students with English as a second language will be assessed to determine the level of ESL support required during the applications process. A place will be offered and a year group allocated only if the school has the appropriate resources to support the student. Students who require Intensive or Intermediate support will be charged an extra fee each term. In some cases a condition of entry may be additional language support outside school.
Eligibility Year 1 – Year 13 Classes
Category A: EXPATRIATE STUDENT APPLICATION (Both parents expatriate)
- Admission can be at any time subject to a vacancy in the class concerned, assessment and approval from the Principal.
- Class placement is strictly at the discretion of the Principal.
- Assessment & Registration forms must be completed together with the payment of an RM800 non-refundable application fee.
Category B: MALAYSIAN STUDENT APPLICATION
- The offer of a place is subject to KIS admission procedures and regulations.
- Assessment and registration forms to be completed together with the payment of an RM800 application fee (non-refundable).
- It is compulsory for Malaysian students to study Bahasa Malaysia.
Should a registered student not attend school for a month without a formal explanation, the student’s name will be taken off the register. Subsequently, if the place is still required, a new application will be mandatory.
A minimum of four weeks’ notice is required for the withdrawal of students from school. Failure to comply with this may mean that the school is unable to fulfill its obligations towards the student before he/she leaves, including the writing of school reports and transfer documentations requested by parents and/or their next place of education. Please see Fee Payment and Policies Section for information on Pro-rata Tuition Fees.
Parents will be informed if a class is full. If they still wish to continue with the application procedure, they will be advised that the student will be placed on a waiting list in the appropriate pool. The pools are as follows:
- Pool A – Students who have a parent employed by the school
- Pool B – Students whose siblings are studying at KIS
- Pool C- Students for whom English is their first language
- Pool D – Students with English as a second language but who are fluent in English
- Pool E – Students with English as a second language who are not fluent in English.