Rising to world recognition


Going places: Mongare (second from left) and Uplands School Board of Governors (from left) John Brinsden, Leigh Pratt, Uta Malik, John Patrick Baskett, Frank Poulsen and Datuk Henry Sackville Barlow with the CIS Accreditation plaque.

THE International School of Penang (Uplands) has become the first institution in the state to be accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS).

It joins an elite group of only around 500 schools worldwide to hold such status, which is testament to the world-class education students receive at its campus in Batu Ferringhi.

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