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.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Next In Nation

Kemaman polls: Perikatan extends majority, retains seat by landslide
Moderate earthquake hits Indonesia's Banda Sea
Floods: Situation worsens in Kelantan with 1,741 evacuees at 12 relief centres
No truth to claims of govt MPs switching to Perikatan, says Bersatu Youth chief
Pejuang women's youth wing chief resigns, also quits party's central executive committee
Kemaman by-election: Unofficial result shows Perikatan retaining seat with huge majority
Malaysia Digital Arrival Card requirement now in force for foreign visitors
Anwar will prioritise skillset, knowledge in any Cabinet reshuffle, says Fadillah
COP28: Malaysia committed in supporting Asean climate change action plan
MMEA saved 1,365 lives at sea from January to October, says DG

Others Also Read