Almarhum Prof. Muhammad Al’Mahdi Jenkins, mooted out the idea to set up a Khalifah School in April 2005 and as it turns out, it was the last project that he personally oversaw. He believed a school would be the best platform for knowledge and skills transfer. The goal in setting up Khalifah School is to demonstrate the high degree of success possible by the full implementation of Khalifah Method in a school environment.

It was a humble beginning when the school started in 2006 in a two-storey bungalow with only 6 teachers and 26 students from Year 1 to Year 4. Over the years the number of students steadily increased and by the end of 2009, the school had to relocate to a bigger and more conducive building to accomodate the growing number of students. That was when we acquired the current 3-storey bulding that is able to fit in 12 classrooms and a maximum of 190 students that we now have.
Prof. Muhammad had wanted for the school to remain small to facilitate a closer and more personalised interaction among teachers, parents and students. In order to become self-sustainable and remain small at the same time, an optimal number of students is less than 400.
After twelve years of running the school now have a powerful working model ready to be shared with the rest of the world. However, to carry out its role as a full-pledged model school, we need a proper school complex with all the neccessary facilities. Thus, the urgent need to raise funds for expansion purposes.


To establish YPK as a model institution that is successful in shaping the society toward excellence in spirituality, knowledge, deeds and character using the Khalifah Method.


To drive transformation of society towards excellence in this world and the hereafter, using the Khalifah Method.


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