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Some of Cyberjaya’s Music Society students visited the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday to listen to the music of James Horner. The iconic tunes from Star Trek: Wrath of Khan and Titanic, as well as the gripping numbers from Aliens and Avatar made for an exciting trip to the orchestra!
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Our students recently took part in the under 15 FOBISIA games in Phuket, Thailand. Here are some highlights of the games:
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We at elc Cyberjaya are proud to welcome our newest recruits to the Prefectorial Board: Wardens: Timothy, Brian, Ali, Hishwar, Zahra, Angel, Dylan & Dadyo Probational Prefects: Issac, Jyong Jyeh & Jack Prefects: Gayathri, Jiin Hom, Srina, Benecia, Bennett, Zi Ting, Wen Min, Loka, Jia Hui & Riong We wish them all the best with...
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Our eJASS and Duke of Edinburgh Awards Programmes have kicked off to a great start for this academic year! Registrations and an official session with Mr. Ravi sealed it for all. This was followed by an introductory information night with their parents which took place last week on Wednesday evening. It was a useful session...
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Last week Cyberjaya campus celebrated Halloween with its annual Halloween Parade. We had such fun showing off costumes and sharing candy! We even had a visit from a friendly tyrannosaurus rex!
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For parents, it is becoming increasingly hard to see through the marketing glitz and glamour, and essentially see the true potential any particular international school has. One of the quickest and easiest methods a parent can adopt in assessing potential international schools is to look for any type of externally awarded accreditation or quality assurance....
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To open a school sports event in 1881 a Dominican priest by the name of Henri Didon said “Citius, Altius, Fortius”, meaning “Faster, Higher, Stronger”. The words resonated with students and guests alike, so much so that it was adopted by the Olympic Games as their official motto. Having said that the words do not...
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In thinking about what an International School of the future might look like, I’m compelled to think about what makes for any successful school? How can any of us sustain success in the face of new technologies, new routes, and pathways to education? There is a great deal of emphasis on how technology will completely...
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