All applications and enquiries regarding admission should be directed to the admissions office or you can reach us at :
(for students seeking Kindergarten A – Grade 6).
(for students seeking Grade 7 – 11).
We encourage prospective parents and students to visit our school Monday – Friday from 08.00 – 15.00 (except Holiday).
Admission open to all Indonesian and expatriate students.
Kindergarten A students must be 4 years of age by 31 October.
Kindergarten B students must be 5 years of age by 31 October.
Grade 1 students must be 6 years of age by 31 October.
Grades 2 through 11, students are placed in a grade compatible with their age on evidence of successful completion of the preceding grade or year.
For admission into our Kindergarten to Grade 11 levels for the coming academic year, prospective students are required to go through a selection process:
For admission into Kindergarten. Through interview. Student may be asked questions that would determine his/her language ability and numeracy knowledge.
For admission into Grades 1 to 9. Through admission tests of English Language and Mathematics, and Science for those who is seeking for Grade 9. Students who meet the School's standard for admission will be short - listed for an interview.
For admission into Grade 10. Entry into this grade is generally open to students seeking to do the 3-year Pre-IB course (usually open to students from the National Schools who will be completing/have completed UAN). Students will sit for English Language, Mathematics and relevent Science tests as well as tests in other subjects as deemed necessary by the School. Students who meet the School's standard will be short-listed for an interview.
For admission into Grade 11 (IBDP). Through admission tests of English Language, Mathematics and the relevant Science test, and also tests in other subjects as necessary by the School. Students who meetthe School's standard for admission will be short-listed for an interview. Those who lack the necessary literature skills will be required to attend a Literature Foundation course (to be held in March/June) prior to admission.
Sitting for the tests does not ensure automatic admission