Convent Light St Penang premises to be home to international co-ed school


PETALING JAYA: The premises of the Infant Jesus Sisters (IJS) Malaysia, owner of the Convent Light Street Penang (CLS), will soon be home to a new private international school.

IJS said it had found a suitable education provider to operate on the premises, which the Education Ministry had agreed to hand back to IJS following its request in view of the continuous decline in enrolment of students in the last decade and the escalating costs in maintaining the heritage school buildings.

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