Uniform

The same regulations apply for all Primary and Secondary learners.

All learners must wear their school uniforms unless there is a non-uniform day or PE lesson. Learners do not need to tuck in their t-shirts and Muslim female learners are allowed to wear hijab/tudung of any kind.

Appropriate closed outdoor footwear are acceptable. The school cannot accept responsibility for any injuries caused by the use of inappropriate footwear. Strictly no slippers/sandals/flats or open toe shoes.

All school uniforms can be purchased from the Uniform Shop (next to the Main Office) from Monday to Friday and from 8.30am to 4.30pm (lunch break from 11 morning to 12 noon). Payment is strictly via cash or cheque; no credit terms.

Learners are encouraged to have at least 2 sets of school uniforms and 2 sets of PE t-shirts with PE blue shorts. Please check with Admissions regarding learner’s house-team placement.

For more details, please contact Student Service Department at +603 8889 3868
PRIMARY
Our Primary syllabus involves learners spending most of their time outdoors. For this purpose, highly-breathable, lightweight materials are used.

Nursery & Reception:

Boys and girls wear the same graphic t-shirts (RM35) and blue Jersey top (RM18) particularly for outdoor activities. Boys and girls wear the same shorts (RM30) for classes and PE lessons. 
 
Boys and girls in the Nursery & Reception programme have no differences between their uniform.
 
Year 1-6:

Boys and girls wear the same graphic t-shirts (RM35) but girls’ ones have more flattering and feminised cutting edges. Boys can wear shorts (RM45) while girls can wear Culottes (RM55) or also shorts.
 
Girls in the Primary division can choose to wear shorts or Culottes as part of their uniform.

For PE lessons, all Primary learners wear house-team t-shirts (RM18) and PE blue shorts (RM30). A cap/hat (RM10) is a must for all outdoor activities.
 
The Primary School PE uniform is separated between four house colours.
 
SECONDARY
More streamlined, the Secondary uniforms incorporate more muted colours and design elements are kept more subtle. Highly-breathable, lightweight materials continue to be used to enable maximum ease of comfort and movement.

Year 7-11:

Boys and girls wear the same graphic t-shirts (RM40) but girls’ ones have more flattering and feminised cutting edges. Boys can wear Cargo pants (RM60) or Bermuda shorts (RM55) while girls can wear Culottes (RM55) or also pants. For PE lessons, boys and girls wear PE t-shirts (RM18) and PE blue shorts (RM30). During sports day, boys and girls are required to wear their house-team t-shirts (RM18).
 
Secondary School boys have the choice of wearing cargo pants or Bermuda shorts for their uniform.
 

Year 12-13:

Boys and girls wear the same fine pin-stripe powder blue long sleeve collared shirts (RM50) but girls will have a more flattering and feminised cutting shirts. Boys can wear light beige pants (RM70) while girls can wear either light beige skirts (RM60) or also pants. 
 
IB students are required to wear the designated uniform; girls can choose between skirt or pants.