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Acting Principal
Mr. Ronald William Franke
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Welcome to Nilai International School (NIS) website. We hope that the information provided here will enlighten you regarding the education that we aspire to provide.
NIS is located in the lush suburb of Putra Nilai and we offer the tried, trusted and well-received Cambridge curriculum for both its primary and secondary schools. To those in the state of Negeri Sembilan, it is the realisation of an opportunity to give their children a British education.

We, at NIS, believe that every child possesses intrinsic value, has the ability to learn and the right to prosper when working together. We realise the importance of co-operation and collaboration in the learning process, as learning is after all a social activity. Hence, we offer a vibrant and challenging curriculum, which will :

• encourage students to learn independently and co-operatively
• engage students as active and participative learners
• develop students into successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens.

We are also aware of the lifestyle of children today as ‘digital natives’ and the impact that digital learning and technology will have in their lives. As such, technology features prominently in the delivery of our curriculum. We seek to develop independent learners who will be able to make effective use of emerging technologies in acquiring knowledge.

It is also our ethical responsibility to provide our students with a conducive learning environment to enable them to discover, recognise, identify and ultimately realise their potential, so that in keeping with our motto – “Let your light shine” – they will be able to let their light shine.

NIS is committed towards promoting sustainable learning and instilling in our students a love for life-long learning. Our vision therefore is to develop students who will invest in their own learning.

With this in mind, NIS invites you to invest in the education of your child and provide him/her with the opportunity to experience a British education – something that has until now been a hope for many.