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Dalat’s Board of Governors is made up of successful individuals passionate about providing an education for life.
Improving education for students is a constant goal. The last few years have seen major changes to the campus to provide facilities students need to be prepared for their future.
Dalat is located on the tropical island of Penang. Penang is one of 13 states in the federation of Malaysia.
An opportunity of a lifetime for Christian high school students to come to Dalat and experience a year of cross-cultural experience and learning.
Informing you of upcoming events, news about life on campus, opportunities for parent involvement, and school-wide programs.
There are five easy ways to donate to Dalat International School: cash, check, credit card, online (us), or bank transfer. Thank you for investing in our students!
Dalat seeks dynamic, enthusiastic, caring professionals who are followers of Christ for employment in the next school year.
Dalat is located on a 7.5 acre paradise that includes classrooms, administration, athletic and boarding facilities for our community.
Leaders set the tone of the Dalat organization and provide vision and direction for the school. They serve with humility and care to provide an education for life founded on a biblical worldview.
Dalat seeks to provide an education that goes beyond pure academics: “Education for Life” trains the next generation to be people of character, integrity and compassion.
Dalat International School in Penang, Malaysia is actively involved in this effort by providing a first-class education for missionary families throughout Asia.
To find out what a product, or school in this case, is all about you have to take a look at the results. That is what the Dalat results book tries to do every year.
Take a look back at Dalat’s rich history and you’ll see our vision and ideals have shaped us from the beginning.
We believe that preparing students for life requires us to change how we do school.