KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's Regent International Schools (RIS) has joined the network of Global Schools Foundation (GSF), which runs a chain of highly-acclaimed and premium international schools in 10 countries.
GSF co-founder and chairman Atul Temurnikar said the foundation was thrilled to welcome the Regent International Schools to its network.
Temurnikar said RIS had a decade-long history of providing quality education to students in Malaysia.
"This amalgamation of like-minded international schools shall greatly benefit the Malaysian student and parent communities," he said in a statement.
RIS has presence in four states namely Selangor, Pahang, Kedah and Kuala Lumpur, providing education to Malaysian students for the past 11 years.
As the newest members of the GSF family, RIS will reap the benefits of the strong track record of GSF schools in education excellence.
"The schools under GSF - which is observing its 20th anniversary year in 2022 - offers the best of innovative education practices and capabilities, with emphasis on skills-based learning, through a strong network of international educators.
"Its brand of holistic education combines innovative, personalised learning with global-mindedness and diversity, while balancing the richness of local traditions."
The company said in recent years, GSF students had posted strong results in IGCSE with over 700 students achieving A* stars in all subjects.
Its International Baccalaureate Diploma programme has produced 91 world toppers and near-perfect scorers to date.
"GSF students have received offers from the top universities around the world."
GSF schools have won over 400 awards in education excellence from top quality organisations in the world for innovative practices, performance excellence, business excellence, green and sustainable initiatives and CSR activities.