At ACG School Jakarta we promote the value of education and encourage enjoyment and personal achievement in the classroom and beyond. We are fortunate to have an environment that allows us to maximise the individual attention our students receive. This helps children to develop both academically and socially within the wider global community of the School. A strong focus on language, literature and numeracy is a feature of ACG School Jakarta.
ACG School Jakarta offers a diverse and dynamic programme of education designed to help students reach personal goals both in the classroom and in their lives. With a strong focus on academic achievement we equip our students with the skills and knowledge to take the next step towards their future. Our highly qualified teachers deliver an innovative curriculum that encourages students to take on creative challenges and think critically. Classroom time is valued and used effectively. The teaching method ensures individual attention from teachers as well as the opportunity for all to participate fully in interactive class work, such as discussions and debates. Our teachers are focused on the individual progress of each student and one-on-one attention is a feature of the School. High achievers have the opportunity to take on extension classes.
Learning at ACG School Jakarta is characterised by enjoyment and discovery. A clear focus on academic work teaches students that nothing of value is achieved without energy, commitment and effort. All students are challenged to set goals for themselves, with extension activities in place to challenge, accelerate and enrich able students.
At ACG School Jakarta we provide the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme to Year 6. Students from Year 7 to 11 follow the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) curricula, with external Checkpoint examinations at the end of Year 9 in English, Mathematics and Science. Students in Years 10 and 11 undertake courses for CIE International General Certificate in Secondary Education (IGCSE), with external examinations at the end of Year 11. In the process of authorization, with the intention of offering the IB Diploma Programme (IBDP) for students in Years 12 and 13 from August 2017. The IBDP is highly regarded by the world’s leading universities and employers, there are more than 1 million students taking the IBDP examinations every year, which is available in 147 countries around the world.