King Henry VIII College Malaysia in Cyberjaya, is a fully-fledged sister school to Christ College in Brecon, UK. The history of Christ College is indeed a long and distinguished one.

For 300 years, the original Christ College site was a Dominican Friary and on January 19th 1541, King Henry VIII established a school on the site.

Finally in 1853, the modern ‘public’ school in Brecon was founded by the UK Act of Parliament. The present structure at Christ College Brecon reflects each of the 3 periods, and the friary buildings that remain, the chapel and the dining hall – are used daily by students today.

The curriculum at King Henry VIII College in Cyberjaya will be very much a British one, modelled on that at Christ College. Covering modern subject selections, pupils will sit Cambridge International IGCSE’s and AS/A levels, preparing them to go on to study at top universities world-wide.

King Henry VIII College will have a rather more modern, urban setting in the global tech hub that is Cyberjaya – a rapidly-developing planned township, mid-way between Kuala Lumpur City Centre and KL International Airport.

King Henry VIII College will accommodate 1,800 pupils on a modern, spacious campus with state-of-the-art facilities for learning, sport, drama, and many other activities. It will function as a day and boarding school catering to students between the ages of 7 and 18 from across ASEAN.

Building of the school is scheduled to be complete by June 2018, and the doors will open to the first pupils in September 2018.

For more information:
Visit the King Henry VIII Gallery at
G-07, Gem In Mall, Mutiara Ville,
Persiaran Sepang, Cyber 11
63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor
T : +603-83220868
F : +603-83222020
Contact Person : Jeffrey Wong – Senior General Manager

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