Secondary 4 Graduation


International Tuition School (ITS), the pioneer in English Language teaching in Sarawak, held a graduation ceremony at a hotel in Kuching recently to celebrate the accomplishments of its 28th batch of Secondary 4 students,

The graduating students were awarded certificates to honour their achievements and their tremendous commitment to learning the English Language. One such student was the recipient of the Best Student Award, Shelton Chong, who also represented the graduating class of 2018 as valedictorian.

Senior ITS students have learned that the courses can be challenging but the majority who have effectively completed their learning in ITS have embarked on future endeavours well-equipped with the language. These ITS students know that the investment of time, money and intellect is well worth it as many have gone on to become successful individuals.





ITS recently held its 27th  Secondary 4 graduation. The sec 4 graduates from all five branches of ITS attended the event at a hotel in Kuching.

The ceremony started off with a speech from the Founder and Director of ITS, Mrs Sandra Ling. During the speech she talked about perseverance and mentioned the difficulties successful people like Jack Ma had to overcome to become the person he is today. The speech was followed by a similar talk from the Head Principal, Mr Derex Ong. Grace Tong won the Best Student Award for 2017 whereas the Valedictorian was Joshua Jong.

The ceremony ended with a variety of performances from fellow graduates. The students were also treated to a rare Orang Ulu dance performed by one of the Sec 4 teachers. The event concluded with high tea.





Mrs Sandra Ling (Director of ITS) presenting the Best Student Award to Christine Chiong Chia Yi

Mr Derex Ong (Head Principal) presenting the valediction award to Abigail Lee.

It was a truly memorable day for the Sec 4 students of International Tuition School as they attended the 26th Secondary 4 graduation at a hotel in Kuching recently.

The students were awarded certificates of completion at the most senior level during the ceremony. Christine Chiong Chia Yi from the Third Mile Branch received “The Best Student Award” The valedictory speech was delivered by Abigail Lee from the Mendu Branch at the ceremony. Many of the students showed that they were not only students of excellence but also, students of multi-talents in their delivery of songs, dances and skits.

At the graduation ceremony, Mrs Sandra Ling, the Founder/Director of the school encouraged the students to be successful in life. They were to stay on the right track, be respectful and give back to the society. Mr Derex Ong, the Head Principal of the school emphasized the importance of living a purposeful life.