Monday, 9 July 2018

(The Star) New international school opens

With over 127 years of experience in the education field, Wesley Methodist School has opened a new campus in Penang.

“We congratulate the Council of Education of the Methodist Church in Malaysia on their choice of venue,” said Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow at the opening ceremony of Wesley Methodist School Penang (International) at 1, Lebuh Sungai Pinang 1.

“From the old days, the Methodists have shared their rich tradition of holistic and quality education to Malaysian of all ethnicities.

“We hope this school will bring forth a vibrant and quality student body, life and culture”, he said on Friday.

(From second left) Chan, Chin, Chow and Bishop Rev Dr Ong releasing balloons to mark the opening of Wesley Methodist School Penang (International) at Lebuh Sungai Pinang. — Photos: LIM BENG TATT/The Star 

Wesley Methodist School Penang (International) chairman Datuk Chin Lean Keat said the school aimed to offer affordable education to working families who are seeking private education for better teaching and learning.

There was also a signing ceremony between the school and Telekom Malaysia Berhad for Digital School Management System and Solutions.

Also present were Council of Education of the Methodist Church in Malaysia chairman Bishop Rev Dr Ong Hwai Teik and Wesley Methodist School Penang (International) Building Committee Task Force co-chairman Datuk Jerry Chan Fook Sing.