Frequently Asked Questions

A clear show of previous academic results in addition to being physically and mentally healthy. An assessment test may be required on a case to case basis for us to gauge a student’s proficiency so we know how we to best support him or her, and whether the environment and demands of Dwi Emas are a fit for said student. Note that this is different from entrance exams that are used to determine students’ academic inclinations and therefore which class they go into. We don’t have that practice here at Dwi Emas.

Please check either Primary or Secondary for more details or have a chat with our consultants.

For January intake (academic calendar from Jan – Nov): March (1 week), May / June (2 weeks), August / September (1 week) and November/December (5 weeks).

Lower Primary (Year 1-3): 8:30am – 2:30pm
Upper Primary (Year 4-6): 8:30am – 3:30pm
Secondary (Year 7-11): 8:30am – 4:30pm

For more details, kindly refer to our Primary or Secondary curriculum.

The school itself does not provide transport on a daily basis however we do have a list of private transporters which you may wish to refer and can obtain from our admin staff. Special transport is occasionally provided for students who are participating in sports or going for excursions arranged by the school. You will be notified for consent when these transportation arrangements are being made.

School Uniform days are Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Tuesdays and Thursdays are casual smart days.

It varies from class to class but there is a maximum of 25 per class for Secondary and 20 per class for Primary.

The best way to communicate with teachers is during the Parent-Teacher Day in June. Alternatively, other arrangements can be made by calling the school during working hours.

English is the main language of communication while Mandarin and Bahasa Malaysia are the two languages currently offered.

At present, there are no boarding facilities available.

The school’s facilities include science and computer labs, a multi-purpose hall (also used for basketball, netball, volleyball, etc.), primary and secondary cafeterias, primary and secondary libraries, a playground for primary level students, badminton courts, futsal courts, a table tennis room, a swimming pool, and an infirmary. In addition, regulated Wi-Fi is available throughout the school for students. Have a look here for more information on our campus.

Dwi Emas offers students a host of Sports and Arts ranging from dodgeball to basketball, Hip Hop to Art & Design. Have a look at our Primary or Secondary curriculum for the full subject listing.

We serve a variety of food ranging from local cuisine, western food and vegetarian meals. All food served is halal.

Scholarships are available for Malaysian students who represent the school at state or national level for any sports competition. It is subject to specific terms and conditions. Special discounts are also offered time to time, do speak to our consultants for the latest.

At minimum, our teachers possess a bachelor’s degree. A smaller number have a Master’s degree and some hold PhDs. Additionally, all our teachers receive ACE EdVenture’s in-house training and mentorship so that our standards are maintained across the board.

Students should be able to speak and write English at the appropriate level corresponding to their academic age. Foreign students will be given additional English classes to help them acquire the language.

The school’s internal examinations department determines a student’s overall grades each year from Year 1 – 6 through coursework, tests 1, 2 and the year-end examination. Note that for new registrations, an assessment test may by required case to case for us to gauge how we can best support the child.

While our teachers will determine what needs to be done to help improve the student’s proficiency and recommend accordingly, it is not advisable to enrol a child with exceptionally weak English as there are no ESL (English as a Second Language) versions of the science exams such as Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

We have tutorial hours that are built into the timetable. Students and Teachers are able to use this time to clarify, practise, and complete their coursework by subject.

Parents will be updated on their child’s progress formally half-yearly via the mid-year and year-end report cards. Additionally, the Parent-Teacher’s Day is always an opportunity to get feedback from teachers. Arrangements can also be made with subject specific Teachers to call you or meet you during office hours.

Please inform the Student Administration Department in writing or the enrolment will become forfeit after two weeks of the assigned commencement date in favour of other enrolments.