Support Us to Support Others
Empowering Community Through Education
The Social Issue
The Social Mission
We aim to provide high quality education for girls aged 7-17 years old in Malaysia who are coming from marginal communities surrounding our school in Kuala Lumpur.
As an all-girls school, we not only work to provide low-cost world-class level education to primary school-aged children, but at the same time, we work to eliminate gender disparities in Malaysia through our all-girls school learning environment. All-girls schools are scientifically proven to provide better education, academic achievement, exposures and confidence levels to their students.
The Social Impact
We can already see exceptional improvements in the basic 3R’s – reading, writing & arithmetic – of our sponsored students. These sponsored students are from B40 families; single-mother children and urban poor parents.
Furthermore, for students who have mastered their basic 3Rs, they develop their confidence, speaking skills and soft skills as evidenced by their parents’ observation on their children through the many learning activities at KLC.
The Social Model
How We Make A Difference
The sponsored girls in our school get to experience small class sizes where they can get attention and care from their teachers to flourish and build their confidence.
The school also focuses on hands on learning and 21st century learning skills which includes entrepreneurship, creativity, thinking skills, computer and coding skills, apart from the normal subjects they learn in school.
The girls are also exposed to outdoor learning through monthly trips and yearly interdisciplinary projects to further develop their thinking and exposure, something they may not get from other schools. They are also taught responsibility and hardwork through the skill-based learning and chores each student has to complete in school like the Japanese school students.
How to support our cause:
Building Confident & Knowledgeable Young Girls
Since 2019, we have supported students from asnaf families. Among these students is one girl whose father was going through health challenges. At her old school she was bullied and taunted by the other students due to her quiet nature.
Because of this she became a reserved child at school and at home. Things improved tremendously when she was given a chance to join KLC. Through the small classes, activity-based setting, friendly classmates and kind and loving teachers, she slowly blossomed and came out of her shell.
Now she regularly volunteers, speaks up in class and shows tremendous behavioral improvements at home. She dreams of being an engineer and an entrepreneur when she grows up. A dream that you can help her achieve by supporting her education.