Welcome to ACG School Jakarta. We are a member of ACG - the Academic Colleges Group, which is a leading independent provider of educational services in New Zealand, Indonesia and Vietnam.
At our school we have experienced and well qualified expatriate teachers, supported by well-trained Indonesian teachers, teacher assistants and support staff.
ACG School Jakarta provides a professional and caring environment for your child. We have excellent facilities in a purpose built site which includes a large swimming pool, gymnasium and AstroTurf playing field, all within a secure complex.
Our curriculum to Year 6 is the International Baccalaureate Organisation's Primary Years Programme (PYP), which broadens students' learning in a holistic sense through their academic, social and emotional development. This is an inquiry-based curriculum which prepares our students for life-long learning and the real world. Students’ progress from PYP into the University of Cambridge based secondary programmes for Years 7 to 11 offering them flexibility and rigour with well recognised international benchmarks examinations. Currently under the authorization process, we plan to implement the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) from August 2017. The IBDP is the world’s leading pre-university course of study and we are excited to be able to provide this for our future graduating students.
Class sizes range from 10 to 22 students, with each class supported by a well-trained Teaching Assistant. Students develop excellent leadership skills as they progress through the year levels due to our nurturing environment, with frequent opportunities for public speaking and leadership activities for the younger students.
We are centrally located in South Jakarta with easy access from the major Toll Roads.
At ACG School Jakarta we actively cultivate a comfortable family environment, where the children are nurtured as individuals and encouraged to attain their maximum learning potential, ensuring ACG School Jakarta is one of the top choices for international education in Jakarta.
Dr Stuart Tasker