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It was started by the Augustin family as Sekolah Sri Inai in the early 1980s as a Malaysian private school. At its peak, it had some 550 students, including a strong contingent from Medan, Indonesia. However, by December 2004, the enrolment dropped to 228 students.
Then, at the behest of some parents, the Tenby Schools Group was invited to revive the School. It re-opened under new management in January 2005 and has since been operating as Tenby Schools, Penang. In 2007 it integrated a pre-existing Malaysian private school with a Tenby international school in one campus.
Tenby International School also offers A-level studies from year 2013 onwards.
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