secondary school

Flexible & Holistic Based Learning

Tree Top secondary curriculum prepares students for life by incorporating practical hands-on programmes where students not only deepen their love for learning, but also learn to apply their knowledge to the real world. Our curriculum is tailored to help bridge the gap between in-school subjects and real-life application, preparing students to succeed not only in school, but work, life and beyond.

Challenging & Broad Curriculum - Year 7 to Year 9

  • Agriculture
  • Art
  • Bahasa Malaysia (Malaysian students)
  • Business Studies
  • Business Information Communication Technology
  • English (First Language)
  • English Literature
  • Food and Nutrition
  • History of Malaysia (Malaysian students)
  • Islamic Studies
  • Mandarin ( Second Language )
  • Mathematics
  • Moral Studies ( Malaysian students )
  • Music
  • Science (Combined)

Core subjects

English: Students will develop language competency in English and will be able to communicate confidently and effectively across all mediums, traditional and digital.

Combined Science: Led by scientific enquiry, the core content areas of science are covered including biology, chemistry and physics.

Mathematics: Numbers, algebra, geometry, measuring, data handling and problem solving are explored with a holistic approach.

Social sciences

Students explore Business Studies and History, and participate in Physical Education and interschool sport programmes. Our unique entrepreneurship project “Read and Cook Cafe” features a farm to table zero-waste aquaponics café. The examination of global environments, sustainability and nutritional wellness adopts a holistic approach relevant to the real world.

Data handling

Students explore Data Handling with facets of information and communication technology using state-of-the-art computers and applications. Collecting, planning, processing and presenting data skills are also developed.


Students will develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in both Bahasa Malay and Mandarin to be applied in every day life

Value based learning

Students are inspired to make a positive impact in their community through our diverse co-curricular programmes including community sports, technology, agriculture and culinary studies. For example, “Leadership Through Play” is a play based class using Lego for character building, and “Eco Warrior” explores nutrition and entrepreneurship through aqua-ponics and farm-to-table concepts.