Welcome, Tenby Schools Alumni

Relive the old Tenby spirit and community – locally, internationally and online. We invite you to reconnect and share your story via alumni events and social media. In the meantime, explore this page to meet some of our alumni and discover how their time at Tenby Schools Penang made a long-lasting impact.

Alumni Stories

Around Malaysia and the world, our former students are living out their potential to meet the challenges and opportunities of our fast-changing world. Meet some of our illustrious alumni and see what positive impact they are making in the world today.

Never stop learning, always aim high

I started my Tenby journey in 2011 and it has been an incredible experience. Tenby has made me confident and strong. A variety of different opportunities are given for the student to grow into a role model. May it be through the student council, MUN, the production, or the variety of sports team that we have. It’s a well-knit community where everyone is free to be themselves.

Students here have the full potential for academic excellence and achievement in sports and arts. Tenby’s extremely diverse and I’ve found myself being friends with people halfway around the world! Coming to school everyday is a breath of fresh air. Learning is fun here at Tenby!

School trips and Horizons Week have taught me how to be an independent and responsible traveller. Without the amazing and endless opportunities at Tenby, I genuinely wouldn’t be the person I am today. Alongside the fantastic teachers and community, I am proud that I am a Tenby student!


I have been a Tenby student for the past 11 years. Tenby Penang has become close to a second home for me. When I was offered Sixth Form in Tenby, it seemed like a perfect combination for me; a trade off between a school I love dearly and a college life I so desired with the freedom of wearing our own clothes, leaving the school for our meals and having a separate Sixth Form lounge for the students. I was going to be part of the school I love with the extra liberties of a college student.

Govind Rao
Year 12
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