Government schools in Malaysia are free, although you will need to cover the cost of school uniforms, exercise books and other day-to-day expenses. Uniforms, including sportswear can push your annual budget by a further RM 200.
Textbooks, meanwhile, are free under the Ministry of Education’s Textbook Loan Scheme. Outside of uniforms, you will likely also be looking at club and team membership and PIBG fees. Together pushing annual costs up to around RM 50. Stationary and exercise books increase this total by a further estimated RM 110 per year.
Private schooling and international schools, meanwhile, will include registration and annual fees, monthly tuition, PTA fees, and examinations fees leaving a top-line yearly spend of just under RM 100,000.  While the more affordable international schools still run to around RM 20,000 – 30,000. 
Secondary schooling follows in a similar vein. Schooling is free for state-run schools, outside of uniform and excursion costs. While private schooling increases to an annual rate of RM 6,000 on average. Uniform will cost on average around RM 210 including school and extracurricular kit.