International Preschool in Johor Bahru
Looking for an International Preschool in Johor Bahru? Invictus Malaysia preschool helps your child smoothly transition to primary school. Find out more here.
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Founded in 2015, Invictus International School in Singapore has grown from 40 students and 15 staff to over 1,800 students and 200 staff with campuses that reach beyond Singapore's shores, includingCambodia, China (Shenzhen & Hong Kong), Thailand and Malaysia.
Invictus was founded to provide quality and affordable education from Grade 1 Prep through Grade 12 (ages 5-18), utilising rigorous internationally renowned curricula and providing immersive classroom experiences through experienced educators to help each child develop a spirit of lifelong learning and excellence.
Invictus International School is a proprietary brand of Sing-Ed Global Schoolhouse Pte Ltd (Sing-Ed Global), the education arm of the Chip Eng Seng Corporation Ltd, Invictus International School has grown exponentially to establish a regional network of K-12 schools with over 1,500 students and 300 staff in campuses that reach beyond Singapore's shores, including Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Thailand, with plans to expand to Australia and Vietnam.
Having broken ground in 2021, Invictus International School in Malaysia (Horizon Hills) campus is set to open in January 2023 and is set to eventually occupy an area of 1.7ha, with a gross floor area of approximately 203,875 sq ft. upon completion. Our programme aims to offer discerning parents a gateway into international school education. At Invictus, we are committed to an education that respects the full development of an individual in an innovative and inspiring way.
According to Sing-Ed Global Schoolhouse Executive Director Tan Tee How, Invictus Horizon Hills is committed to providing a pathway to academic success for those who set their sights on admission to internationally-renowned universities. This is accomplished through rigorous curricula and well-resourced classrooms, as well as educators who play a crucial role in developing the joy of life-long learning in their students.