School’s History


Honsbridge International was founded in 2008 by Ms Emma Hon and Mr Dom Hon, who believe in the following:  

  • To empower students in choosing their own subjects 
  • To build a strong foundation in their command of English to excel in their academic progression
  • To enable the students to achieve high grades that they truly deserve

          For a very long time, the Education Ministry of Malaysia has recognised the importance of the English language in higher education. Hence, the UPSR and SPM examinations have now included English as the written scripts in Maths and Science examinations. This is a fine example of meeting the changing needs of students today.

          Our students benefit not only from outstanding academics but also from a nurturing environment that gives them the time and space to develop as individuals and to prepare themselves for the challenges ahead.

          Our motto “Building Bridges, Exceeding Expectations” illustrates the Honsbridge ethos and our desire to equip our students with the skills they need to be successful in whatever they choose to do.

Contact Info

No. 1 Honsbridge International,

Jalan PJU 5/7, Dataran Sunway,
Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

1700-815 188 /03-7666 8222

Mon – Fri 8:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

Sat 8:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

Social Info

EXCEL Framework Honsbridge’s PillarsUNESCO Four Pillars of Education 
Personalised Experiential Learning (Poise): to expand students’ access to a variety of options based on their interests.CommunicationLearning to collectively mobilize

  • needs to be oriented to learning to collectively mobilize.

  • empowering learners to take action together surfaces the importance of deliberation, cross-cultural communication and coalition building.

Community Resilience Experiential Learning (Care): to focus on experiential learning based on community needs and creating positive social change through community-based learning

DedicationLearning to attend and care
Research Infused Experiential Learning (Real): to expose students to the world of research and enable students to identify problems, pursue interests, explore new things, as well as hone and challenge themselves in innovative ways.ExcellenceLearning to study, inquire and co-construct together
  • To adopt constructivist pedagogical approaches

  • Teachers view students as learning communities.

  • Industry Driven Experiential Learning (Ideal): to produce graduates who met current needs, while the industry-based learning experience would improve students’ performance in terms of their skills and attributes.

    ExpectationsLearning to live in a common world

    • To teach students how to tolerate and respect the rights of others and the ways of being of others.

    • To show students healthy and sustainable ways of co-living with one another (awareness) and with the planet (eco-friendly).

    • To guide students to engage with their common humanity and with the natural world.

    • To enable students to reshape common living as intertwined and a fundamentally shared experience.