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The Interact club would like to invite you to participate in our first elc Cyberjaya Campus event: a book drive for community libraries across Selangor. We ask that your children donate their new or gently used books to be used in a community library for Orang Asli children. During the first week of March, three boxes...
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Last weekend, students from both our campuses braved the jungle for the Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) International Award Adventurous Journey. Our Silver & Bronze award students survived the rain and trekking in Fraser’s Hill gaining valuable experience camping in the great outdoors. Well done to all our students who took part! For more photos check...
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The Primary Division celebrated Cultural Week with aims to foster respect and open-mindedness for other cultures, and to celebrate the richness of different cultures. Each class learned more things about the country or continent they have chosen as teachers integrate interesting facts in their lessons in a fun way. At the end of the week,...
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A lion dance performance at elc International School Cyberjaya this week.
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Last week, we were delighted to welcome award winning musician Oyent to school. Oyent entertained our Year 10 & 11 students with a selection of songs. Alongside this, as an advocate on drug abuse awareness, Oyent shared his experiences and perspective on the dangers of addiction and the impact it can have on lives. We...
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Last October, 39 of our Cyberjaya students, from both primary and secondary, took part in the 2019 American Mathematics Olympiad. Here are our secondary winners: Silver – Jena Bhakti (Year 9) Bronze – Woo Ryan (Year 8), Tan Hanson (Year 8), Jaka Osmaan (Year 8) and Thanabalan Dhanesh (Year 9) Congratulations to our young mathematicians!
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Last weekend, eJASS award students from both our campuses were on an adventure. They visited the Outbac Centre in Broga Hill. Our fearlessly students took part in a variety of fun activities at the centre. This allowed our students to gain useful life skills & experience. Well done to all our students who took part....
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The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is also known as DofE. The Award is open to all 14-24 year old’s and equips young people for life regardless of their background, culture, physical ability, skills and interests. Doing the Award is a personal challenge and not a competition against others; it pushes young people to their...
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Our Cyberjaya students achieved wonderful results for the Primary Checkpoint (October 2019). Well done!
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Project Funway is a school holiday program organized by The Temple of Fine Arts designed with the aim of reigniting or rekindling the cultural flame in the younger generation through activities such as singing, dancing, cooking and art. For more information on the program check out their website http://sfa.tfa.org.my/schedule-tickets/project-funway/
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