Welcome to Wesley Methodist School Klang (Private)

Wesley Methodist School Klang was first established in 1949 as Methodist Girls Continuation School, and in 1980 it became Methodist High School admitting both boys and girls for secondary education. Later from 2009 onwards, the school is known as Wesley Methodist School Klang (Private). Our school is a private secondary school that strives to prepare students for two Malaysian Public Examinations – PT3 and SPM.

The School is owned by the Methodist Council of Education, Methodist Church in Malaysia; and is affiliated with the Methodist College Kuala Lumpur (MCKL).

Our Fundamental Philosophy

Character formation is the hallmark of our school


Impacting Lives and Nation through Methodist Education since 1891

Mission and Core Values

To provide Education with Mission, Excellence and Compassion

We are committed to educating youths and building schools of excellence to nurture successive generations of students who are marked by the fear of God, respect for fellow humans and God’s creation, wholesomeness in emotional and intellectual maturity, and Christian attributes of faith, love and sacrifice.

We strive to provide a conducive environment to enable them to grow into adults who are empowered to live with wisdom and humility, justice and integrity, and courage and selflessness, both as private individuals and as citizens of our multi-ethnic and multi-religious nation.

We aim to infuse in students of the Christian faith a growing love for God and His Word, and an ever deepening obedience to Jesus Christ.

Our Core Values

• God-Centredness

• Respect for Life

• Integrity

• Excellence with Humility


A.C.E.: Above & Beyond in Academics, Character-building and Extra-curricular achievements

At Wesley Methodist School Klang (Private), we are committed to building up each child into responsible, purposeful individual and citizen equipped with the aptitudes to succeed and adapt in a rapidly changing world through Methodist Education:

A – Academic excellence with affordability
C – Character building with Christian values – God Centredness; Respect for Life; Integrity; Excellence with Humility
E – Extra- curricular achievements, aiming to provide an extensive exposure into arts, science, sports, and team building; also to develop the learners’ leadership skills and to have the responsibilities for community services