Convent Light Street’s legacy lives on


Prestigious history: Convent Light Street was set up in George Town in 1852 and became one of the top schools in Malaysia. — LIM BENG TATT/The Star

PETALING JAYA: The Infant Jesus Sisters (IJS) Malaysia, the owner of the Convent Light Street (CLS) school in Penang, has found a suitable education provider to operate on its premises, which it requested back from the Education Ministry due to a continuous decline in student enrolment over the last decade and escalating costs to maintain the heritage school buildings.

“We have found ACE EdVenture to be a good fit as it is able to provide affordable learning that is dynamic, progressive and relevant.

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