Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Sekolah Tinta offers smaller class sizes, personalised attention, specialised programs based on STEM
implementation, and an academic curriculum that integrates in-depth knowledge, skills, and
practical application. We also prioritise character development and provide a supportive and welcoming
environment for every student.

Our tuition fees vary depending on the grade level and any additional programs or services.
We offer flexible payment options, including monthly, termly, per semester, or yearly payments.

Our school maintains a low student-to-teacher ratio to ensure personalised attention
and meaningful interactions. The ideal ratio may vary depending on the grade level, with a
maximum of only 24 students per class. However, we prioritise creating a conducive learning
environment for each student.

The school hours at Sekolah Tinta are as follows:

  1. Lower Primary (Year 1 to 3)
    o Academic hours begin at 8:00 AM
    o Dismissal time is at 4:00 PM

  2. Upper Primary (Year 4 to 6)
    o Academic hours begin at 8:00 AM
    o Dismissal time is at 4:30 PM

  3. Lower Secondary (Form 1 to 3)
    o Academic hours begin at 8:00 AM
    o Dismissal time is at 4:30 PM

  4. Upper Secondary (Form 4 to 5)
    o Academic hours begin at 8:00 AM
    o Dismissal time is at 4:30 PM

We also provide break times for students in between learning sessions to rest and recharge. Additionally,
there are various after-school programs available for students who are interested in participating.

We offer a wide range of co-curricular activities, including sports, uniformed units, clubs, and
community service opportunities. Moreover, various special activities and programs are implemented
at Sekolah Tinta to help students explore their interests, develop talents, and gain well-rounded experiences
and education.

We look forward to collaborating with parents and students to achieve a positive and resilient
learning experience for all. However, we do not have specialised staff or specific teachers to meet the
needs of special education. To ensure appropriate adjustments, we kindly request parents to submit a
confirmation letter from relevant institutions or therapy centres regarding their child's ability to attend mainstream
schooling. After sitting for Entry Assessment Test, we may also recommend a brief observation period to understand
the student's needs and readiness before their official acceptance into our school.

Yes, as part of the admission process at Sekolah Tinta, each new student is required to undergo
the Entry Assessment Test (UPKP) on a scheduled date and time based on the appointment made
between parents and the school. The test includes Written and Oral assessments in the subjects of
Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Inggeris, Mathematics, and Science. The Entry Assessment Test (UPKP) is expected
to last for approximately one (1) hour.

The purpose of conducting the Entry Assessment Test (UPKP) is to assess the student's current academic
performance and general knowledge. Through this assessment, we aim to understand the student's skill level
and abilities, and provide appropriate learning approaches and additional support if needed. We strive to conduct
this test carefully, providing every student with the opportunity to showcase their potential and feel comfortable
throughout the process.

Our teaching staff consists of highly qualified and experienced educators who hold relevant
degrees and certifications in their respective fields. They undergo continuous professional development
to ensure they stay up-to-date with the latest teaching methodologies and approaches.

We prioritise the safety and well-being of our students. The Tinta School premises are equipped
with various safety measures, including school security guard, trained health assistants, experienced
counsellor, CCTV surveillance, controlled access, emergency and disciplinary standard operating procedures.
Our Student Affairs Unit is always attentive and committed to maintaining effective communication with
parents to ensure the well-being of students while at school.

Our academic programs are designed and reviewed in collaboration with individuals,
institutions, and industries appointed as special advisors. This collaborative effort aims to
provide a solid foundation, foster deep interest, and equip our students with the necessary
skills and knowledge for higher education and future careers.


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  • A-Level/ International Baccalaureate
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    Germany – INTEC, German Malaysia Institute (GMI), Methodist College KL