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ACG International School of Jakarta

Address: Jl Warung Jati Barat. Taman Margasatwa 19,
Ragunan, South Jakarta
Jakarta 12540
Indonesia
Tel: (+62) 21 769 2555
Fax: (+62) 21 765 7852

ACG International School , Jakarta, is a member of the Academic Colleges Group (ACG) - a leading independent provider of educational services. ACG International School opened in Jakarta in 2004. The School is conveniently located in South Jakarta and easily accessible to the Ring Road, with well controlled entry and exit, low visibility and no perimeter roads. Our campus was developed to provide a continuous educational path, from Kindergarten to
graduation from Senior School , in a spacious natural environment with excellent facilities. The School stretches back past classrooms and drama halls to the Kindergarten and playing fields, basketball court and swimming pools.
A well-established English language school operates within the campus and offers a wide range of programmes, including preparation for international examinations (IELTS, TOEFL and TOEIC) and Business English.

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British International School of Jakarta
Address: PO Box 4120, CPA POE, Ciputat, Jakarta, 15224, Indonesia
Tel: (+62) 21 745 1670
Fax: (+62) 21 745 1671


Created in 1973, British International School caters for expatriates of all nationalities from age 3 to 18 years. BIS follows the National Curriculum of England and Wales, offering the GCSE, IGCSE and International Baccalaureate Diploma and Certificates. The emphasis is on providing students with the very best education that will stand comparison to the top schools in their home countries. Of the 45 nationalities currently represented, approximately
40% are British. The school year comprises three terms beginning in
September and ending in July.

The British International School foundation is led by a Council of Trustees which delegates executive responsibility for the administration of the school to a Board of Governors, comprising elected and co-opted members from the parent body.

British International School of Jakarta 's purpose-designed, 18 hectare campus is south west of the city centre in a green field location. Facilities include libraries, sports halls, cafeteria, specialised
computing, science and technology labs, music facilities, playing fields, tennis courts and an Olympic-size swimming pool and boarding accommodation.

Extra curricular activities at British International School of Jakarta offer a variety of sports, performing arts and creative opportunities including for example, drama, canoeing, Tai Kwon Do, scuba diving, orchestra, ballet, languages, dance and golf.

The aim of the British International School , Jakarta is to offer the highest possible standard of education to enable each child to realise his or her academic, social and physical potential, and to develop his or her aesthetic awareness - both as an individual and as a member of society. Priority is given to providing the child with a secure, friendly and stimulating environment in which they can benefit from high teaching standards, excellent facilities and a broad based curriculum at British International School of Jakarta.

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Jakarta International School (JIS)
Address: Cilandak, South Jakarta
Tel: (+62) 21 769 2555
Fax: (+62) 21 765 7852

Founded in 1951, Jakarta International School is a co-educational private school , Grades Prep-Kindergarten to Grade 12, with students from 60 countries. JIS is governed by 11 Board members.

The US-based curriculum is international in scope, and offers a full IB
programme. Examinations given include Interest Inventory, Aptitude
Inventory, IB Diploma, AP, SAT, ACH, ACT, SSAT, PSAT and TOEFL.

Many of the faculty are Americans. All teachers hold a BA, with many holding an MA; eight hold either a PhD or EdD.

Twenty-six per cent of the students come from the US and Canada, 22% from Southeast Asia, 14% from Europe, and 38% from other countries. More than 98% of JIS graduates go on to college or university, approximately 50% in the United States. Graduates from the past two years have attended major universities in the US, UK, Australia, the Philippines, Japan and Korea.

The Jakarta International School year began on 13 August 2003 and ends on 9 June 2004, with a three-week Christmas break, a one-week first semester break in October, and a one-week second semester break in April. School hours are from 07:30 to 14:40. Activities include drama, gymnastics, dance, music, computers, yearbook, photography, excursions/expeditions, cultural exchanges, MUN and sports programs.

Jakarta International School has four sites totalling 46 acres. Facilities
are mostly air-conditioned and include 206 classrooms, four libraries
(100,000 volumes), four theatres, three cafeterias, three tennis courts, four gymnasiums, five playing fields, two swimming pools, 19 science labs, seven computer labs, a fine arts building, wood shop, auto shop and photo lab.

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North Jakarta International School
Address: Cilandak, South Jakarta
Tel: (+62) 21 769 2555
Fax: (+62) 21 765 7852

North Jakarta International School was chartered in January 1990 and later
licensed by the Indonesian Ministry of Education to provide schooling for expatriate students temporarily residing in Jakarta. It operates as a not-for-profit social foundation and is overseen by a six-member appointed Board of Governors. North Jakarta International School is a member of the East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools (EARCOS) and is accredited by ECIS. North Jakarta International School currently has 340 students from 25 nations. The school uses a US-based international school curriculum for students from four through fifteen years of age.

Most of the books and resources are imported from the United States. However, a variety of
teaching strategies is employed, and the curriculum reflects current
thinking from Western educational methodology and philosophy. Core subject teachers are from the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, and the United Kingdom. Local-hire Western-trained Indonesian teachers teach Bahasa Indonesia and host-country culture. Students who will turn four years old by 31 October are eligible to enter Pre-Kindergarten in August. Students who turn five years old by 31 October are eligible for Kindergarten in August, and so on. The school accommodates students up through the tenth grade.

The North Jakarta International School facilities include more than 40
purpose-built, air-conditioned classrooms in six main buildings. There is a 400-seat theatre; a gymnasium with a climbing wall, dance studio, and weight-training room; playing fields for soccer, baseball, and cricket: a well-maintained 25-meter five-lane swimming pool; two computer labs; two science labs; a music room; a music/piano lab; and a library with more than 10,000 volumes. Speciality teachers include English-as-a Second Language, French, Bahasa Indonesia, art, computer, music, instrumental music, and physical education. North Jakarta International School does not have a special program for students with learning disabilities. Admission is open only to students likely to succeed within the context of the regular
program.

The North Jakarta International School year starts in August and ends in June. There is a three-week break at Christmas and a one-week break in March; various national holidays are also observed. Waiting lists occur at some grade levels, and early application is encouraged.

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Spring Field
Address: Permata Buana, West Jakarta

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Sekolah Bina Nusantara BiNus School
Address: Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda Kav. G-8 Jakarta Selatan - 12220

Ever since it started its training and education programs, Yayasan Bina Nusantara (the Bina Nusantara Foundation) has always made every effort to develop and operate an internationally orientated teaching institution providing Pre- School to Post-Graduate Programs. From its humble beginnings as a Computer-Training Course, Bina Nusantara has evolved within two decades into a multi-faceted educational environment.

One of its latest development, the Bina Nusantara School , is a
co-educational, multi-denominational day school centrally located in
Simprug, Jakarta Selatan is and easily accessible from the major residential areas of the city and surrounds. Opened in July 2003, the new Pre- School to Senior High School campus of Bina Nusantara School offers students a modern and fully equipped educational institution.

Founded in 1998 as a Senior High School and an early pioneer of the
Indonesian Association of National Plus Schools, Bina Nusantara School is accredited by both the Curriculum Council of Western Australia and by the Indonesian Departemen Pendidikan Nasional. The School is open to Indonesian and expatriate students with the dominant language of instruction being English. Typically, the subjects of PPKN, Religion and Bahasa Indonesia are taught in Bahasa Indonesia.

Using a unique blend of Western Australian Junior and Senior Curriculum, provided by the Curriculum Council of Western Australia, and the Indonesia National Curriculum, the School offers all students the opportunity to explore their potential and interests. The academic curriculum and extra-curricula programs aim at developing each child intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually. In the Elementary and Middle Schools, students are exposed to a broad range of subjects designed to provide a strong foundation and informed choices for more specialized senior studies according to individual aptitude, interests and desired career path.

Bina Nusantara School provides international standard teaching, learning and sporting facilities including full air-conditioning to all areas, colorful and bright classrooms, discipline-specific science laboratories, computer laboratories designed for all age groups, a spacious and fully resourced library, indoor basketball and badminton centers, a music instruction facility, and a visual and performing arts center. Student support services include a counselling and guidance service, access to photocopying, health clinics in each of the Pre- School /Elementary School , Middle School and High School areas, and fully reticulated Internet and audio-visual cabling
throughout all buildings.

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Pelita Harapan School
Address: Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang

 

 

 


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