ISKL’S 2024 Graduation Ceremony

“I hope, when you think back to your life at ISKL, it is protected and surrounded by an aura of love and warmth, just as it is for me. To the Class of 2024, thank you for being home.” - Rika Singh (‘24)

On June 1, 2024, The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) celebrated the graduation of 132 High School seniors, marking a significant milestone in their lives and underscoring the school's commitment to inspiring learners to shape their path as global citizens. ISKL's Head of School, Rami Madani spoke of the graduates' resilience and the importance of embracing the journey ahead with courage and determination. "It's like standing at a launching pad and about to fly into the beautiful, rewarding path into the skies. You want the right wind to carry you on your way, and you want to rely on your skills and determination to navigate that journey. You are not the first nor the last to navigate such a journey," he said. "However, your journey is unique to you, to you alone."The ceremony culminated with the symbolic moving of the graduation cap tassels from right to left, followed by the joyous cap toss. High School Principal Jeff Farrington reminded the graduates of their achievements and the diverse paths they have taken to reach this moment. "Each of you has taken a distinct journey to get here today. We have reached THE moment, and we are proud to celebrate you now."ISKL-2024-graduation-cap-throwAs ISKL celebrates the remarkable journey of the Class of 2024 graduates, the school invites families to find themselves at ISKL. Learn more at 

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