Australian International School Malaysia

The Lost Towel Project
The Lost Towel Project

The Lost Towel Project sells customised towels to Kuala Lumpur schools in school house colours, all work is completed by and done to support Chin Refugees.

Walkathon 2015
Walkathon 2015

The annual Walkathon at AISM was held for a good cause to raise funds for the children of Asrama Desa Pukak, Sabah, through the Matilda Project.

Adventure Race
Adventure Race

Gathering a team of friends, family & colleagues to join the AISM Adventure Race while fundraising for the Matilda Project - aimed at helping 30 rural children in Asrama Desa Pukak, Sabah access primary education.

Chin Immersion Program
Chin Immersion Program

Students from the Chin Student Organisation visit AISM on a bi-weekly basis so the refugee children to experience a Western school and improve their English for a move to a new country.

Chin Schools Sports Day
Chin Schools Sports Day

The CSO Sports Day is organised by the Australian International School Malaysia. It is a day for the Chin students to have an opportunity to run around the open fields with a huge range of well organised activities with the AISM children.

The Giving Tree
The Giving Tree

During the Christmas period, students of the Australian International School Malaysia and their families generously donate gifts and goodies for around 80 children at the Good Shepherd Home in Kajang.

International Awards
International Awards

The International Awards (previously known as the Duke of Edinburgh Award) is a self-development programme for 14 to 25 year olds. More than 7 million people have undertaken this programme across the world.

Matilda Project
Matilda Project

The Matilda Project, launched as a special focus for AISM's 10th anniversary celebration, organises an annual expedition to Sabah to provide service learning opportunity for students and teachers.

Walkathon 2014
Walkathon 2014

An annual walkathon organised by students and teachers to raise funds for the Matilda Project, which is aimed at funding more than 30 rural children and their house parents in Asrama Desa Pukak, Sabah, East Malaysia to pursue their education.

The Australian International School Malaysia is home to some of the most important community projects within the Taylor's Education Group. Home to the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh International Awards and an ambitious outreach to refugee children, the Australian International School seeks to give its students more than just an excellent education and rich co-curriculur program. Like all of Taylor’s Schools and Colleges, the emphasis at AISM is in developing not only academic excellence in their students, but global leaders who learn to care about the world in which they live and are seeking to make an IMPACT for good.