We invite you to take a virtual tour of the Secondary Campus and encourage you to arrange a visit to our campus when you arrive in Kuala Lumpur.
Our Secondary Campus is purpose-built on a 25-acre site in Equine Park, approximately 30 minutes south of Kuala Lumpur. The much anticipated MEX (E20) highway at Seri Kembangan opened in December 2015, considerably reducing travelling time between our campuses and making these wonderful facilities accessible to all our students and our wider community.
Since its inception in 1997, it has continued to develop at the forefront of the latest educational and technological developments.
Evolving to facilitate all types of learning
The learning environment at the Alice Smith School is always evolving to ensure students develop the key skills they need to be successful in an increasing global marketplace. Traditional classrooms are being replaced by bright, flexible, modern, technology-rich environments which facilitate all types of learning activities from individual research to classroom discussions to collaborative large scale projects.
We are proud of what we do and our newly designed classrooms with their glass walls and interactive white boards are just one example of how we proactively and visibly share our learning and achievements with each other and visitors to the school. These bright, modern, spacious areas provide flexible and technology-rich teaching and learning spaces. The adjoining break-out and social/recreational areas are also a tremendous new resource for students and staff.
The campus also has covered walkways throughout so students can get around the campus whatever the weather.
Our latest addition is the opening of new facilities involving over 6,000 square meters of extensions in addition to refurbishment to the Humanities, Library & Sixth Form and Indoor Sports blocks.
In September 2016, the opening of the Sports Complex boasts world class track and field facilities enclosing a very high quality natural turf football field, an artificial surface for 5-aside field hockey (to international standards) and three futsal, tennis and netball courts. An additional multi-purpose grass playing area can accommodate a range of outdoor sports such as softball, T-ball, Touch Rugby, Football and Frisbee. Our 8-lane synthetic athletic running track has been certified by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), with Alice Smith being the first international school in Malaysia and the third in the world to receive this standard of certification.
The Steve Warry building, opened in 2012 and named after a much-loved and sorely missed Head of Mathematics, is our Business, Media and Information
Technology Centre, the highlight of which is the fully-functioning Film Studio complete with cameras, lighting, green screen and production room. Around
the campus, ICT hubs, equipped with both PCs and Apple Macs, provide a technology rich environment that supports students learning.
The Art faculty building completed in 2010 is one of the best facilities of its kind in the region, comprising teaching classrooms, a large gallery-studio
with dedicated spaces for GCSE and A Level students, a digital photography area, a photography studio and a ceramics workshop.
Other highlights include the Performing Arts Hall, which in addition to the Assembly Hall is used for school productions and drama classes. The PA Hall is
equipped with sound-proofing curtains which can divide the hall into multiple teaching spaces. The Music Department has a shared performance area,
classrooms including two with keyboards and an ICT room with Sibelius composing software, a recording studio and music practice rooms where peripatetic
lessons in a wide range of instruments take place.
Giant pieces of beautiful art adorn the walls all around the campus which have been produced on “Art Jam” days involving students from all year groups.
Redeveloped in 2012, the two-story Science faculty is state-of-the-art in terms of design and facilities. We have 10 fully equipped laboratories, some of
which combine to create “superlabs” with retractable walls and floor to ceiling glass, forever changing in appearance as students and teachers use the
space to express ideas, record findings and explain theories. Whether working in labs, researching, or working collaboratively in the break-out zones,
Learning Technology is on hand to support and enable.
The exciting new outdoor Secondary Campus Sports Complex opened in September 2016, which includes a world class 8-lane synthetic athletic running track which conforms to the standard of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). Other enhancements include:
- a natural turf football field
- a 5-a side hockey field
- a versatile multi-sport playing area accommodating three futsal fields, netball and tennis courts.
- Basketball Court (covered and floodlit)
- Tennis Courts (4)
- Netball Courts (4)
- Swimming Pool (larger than Olympic size to allow kayaking and water polo)
- Rugby Pitch
- Sports Field (athletics track, football and cricket pitches)
- Sports Centre (sports hall, 2 dedicated PE classrooms, dance studio, gym)
A dedicated centre for Sixth Formers designed to bridge the link from school to university comprising:
- Lecture Theatre
- Kitchen and Cafe area
- Private study rooms
- Shared learning areas
- Meeting rooms and classrooms
- Offices for sixth form tutors so they easily accessible for the students
- Easy access to the Library
Managed by a UK qualified teacher-librarian and a team of librarians and in addition to a wide range of books and periodicals the library comprises:
- Study areas
- Teaching and presentation areas with interactive white boards
- Professional Development Centre (for teachers)
- Two ICT teaching teaching spaces to accommodate two classes
A combination of flexible teaching spaces and workshops for the three main areas of DT, resistant materials, graphic design and design textiles. Workshops
are fully equipped with both traditional equipment and the latest technology, such as a 3D printer.