Taylor`s College Sri Hartamas
Students and staff of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme of Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas returned to Cambodia for a week to assist in building basic infrastructure, tutoring classes and experiencing the Cambodian culture.
Stepping Stones Tutoring Program is an ongoing tutoring program by TCSH Rotaracters designed to tutor the underprivileged children of Stepping Stones Living Centre.
The 100 Boats Fundraiser project was sparked by Rotaracters of Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas as a respond to the sudden influx of Rohingya refugees by boat to Malaysia.
Among Us is a community outreach project to Cambodia organized by the students of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme of Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas in partnership with the award winning NGO, Camps International.
Taylor's College Sri Hartamas seeks to encourage its students to take the lead in community service activities. This was an excursion organised by TCSH's Rotaract Club for the kids from the Dignity For Children Foundation.
A weekly program volunteered by TCSH Rotaract Club members where puppet shows, reading circles, fun & games are being conducted for the underprivileged kids of the Dignity For Children Foundation.
Colours of Africa: Beyond Horizons was a fundraising event organised by the youth of TCSH that aims to help GOLD, a NGO that tackles the root issues of HIV AIDs and youth-risk behaviors in Southern Africa.
Organised by The 2013 Student Council, the International Food Fair saw a wide variety of local and popular dishes from various countries, including Malaysia, being sold on campus with the profits donated to charity.
Muhibah Walk is a visionary initiative launched by youth for youth, to bring Malaysians from all walks of life together in unity, irrespective of race and religious beliefs.
Jog For Hope is an annual jog-a-thon organized by the Pre-University students of Taylor's College Sri Hartamas to raise funds for Stepping Stones Living Centre, a home for underprivileged children and senior citizens.
The Jog For Hope is the largest student-led community initiative organized by the pre-university students of Taylor's College Sri Hartamas. Last year's event attracted 2,000 participants and raised RM37000 for local charititable organizations.
The My Village project, initiated by the Ministry of Education and funded by the Sekretariat HEP-IPTS, was designed to encourage students to volunteer in local communities. Taylor's College Sri Hartamas was among the first to participate.
Project Adopt was initially founded by the IB students of Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas. The objective is to instill hope and provide academic assistance to the children of local orphanages.
TCSH Rotaracters visited Stepping Stones, a home for underprivileged children, teens and old folks over the weekend and had an enjoyable and meaningful time with them.
Many Friday nights, The Rotaract Club of TCSH organizes trips to volunteer at the Pertiwi Soup Kitchen to feed the homesless and the urban-poor in the center of Kuala Lumpur.
Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas campus hosts three pre-university programs: the Cambridge A-Level program, the South-Australian Matriculation program, and the International Baccalaureate program. Students from all three programs are involved in community service. Some of these projects take place as part of the curriculum; some of them are extra-curricular, and are organized by the students themselves. Like all of Taylor’s schools and colleges, Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas seeks to develop students that not only know their subjects well, but are learning to care about the world in which they live and seeking to make an IMPACT for good.