ACG International School Jakarta News
Interview with the new Principal: Henri BemelmansTuesday, 24 September 2013 12:40
Educational background & work experience
Year 4 camp to Taman SafariTuesday, 24 September 2013 12:20
The Year 4 Team comprising Ms Yolanda, Mr Wayne, Ms Yohanna and Ms Monica supported by Mr Dhani and Mr Fadillah headed south east of Jakarta to Taman Safari Indonesia - literally "Safari Park".
Year 6 PYP ExhibitionMonday, 23 September 2013 17:12
Congratulations to our Year 6 students and their teachers for a very successful PYP Exhibition. Our Year 6 students impressed us with their unit of inquiry investigating "Our cultural heritage influences our individual forms of expression". The Year 6 students performed an exciting introduction to their Exhibition which captivated the audience. Visitors were then guided by the Year 6 students through a learning journey of the PYP from Kindergarten to Year 6. Everyone enjoyed celebrating the exhibition and we are very proud of all our primary students – particularly our Year 6 .
JASIS Swim Carnival 2013Tuesday, 02 July 2013 09:42
Congratulations to our Swim Team in the beginning of May for getting 2nd place in the JASIS Swim Competition at NJIS. We were really proud of all our ACG swimmers that participated last Saturday. They trained hard to compete in their swimming events this year. They were all happy, had fun and gained many experiences. Well done swimmers!
Special thanks to Mrs. Chris, Mr. Dhani, Mr Guy, Mr Wayne, Ms Bridie & Mr. Jaka for coming along to support the students. We had the most parent support out of all the JASIS schools. Thanks also to Haiko, Bill, Adam and Jaka who swam in our Parent/Teacher Relay. We believe ACG Swim team will continue to improve and receive many achievements in further swim competitions. (Mr Jaka)
The Adventures of a Comic Book ArtistWednesday, 19 June 2013 15:44
Year 9 Drama Performance:
The year 9 drama students performed a play titled The Adventures of a Comic Book Artist. Students were able to bring the characters to life and create an entertaining event for all those involved. Students created their own costumes, played instruments and were stage hands (moving the set).