British School Jakarta
|Year of Foundation||1974|
|Enrollment Phase / Grades||Kindergarten, Primary, Secondary, International Baccalaureate|
|Number of students||1425|
|Teacher Student Ratio||Primary 1:20, Secondary 1:17|
|Accreditations||Council of International School (CIS), Council of British International Schools (COBIS), Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), Apple Distinguished Schools, Common Sense Education, TES Independent School Awards, East Asia Region Council Of Schools (EARCOS), Federation Of British International School in Asia (FOBISIA) and Round Square .|
|Yearly Tuition Fee (Min)||Rp 136,000,000 (fees are subject to change)|
|Yearly Tuition Fee (Max)||Rp 450,000,000 (fees are subject to change)|
The British School Jakarta (BSJ) was founded in 1974 with support from the British Embassy to provide an education for internationally mobile students in the city. In 1994, it moved to Bintaro; a 44 acre site that has been constructed to provide a world class education in terms of bespoke teaching and learning in the classroom and facilities that include a 750 seater theatre, sports, musical and language centres.
We are an HMC overseas school, Apple Distinguished, member of FOBISIA, and accredited by CIS/WASC. We also work closely with Massachusetts Institute of Technology and their Compassionate Systems wellbeing programme.
Our curriculum is driven by inquiry and knowledge. Our Primary curriculum has IPC and components of the English National Curriculum, moving into the IB MYP, I/GCSE & IB CP & DP. This journey enables our students to attain exceptional academic results and entry into the best universities in the world including UCLA, Berkeley and Cornell University in the USA, Oxford University and Imperial College London in the UK, to Nanyang Technology University and University of Melbourne in Asia Pacific.
CurriculumInternational Primary Curriculum (IPC), English National Curriculum, IB Diploma Programme (IBDP), IB Career Related Programme (IBCP), IB Middle Years Programme (IBMYP)
Languages of instructionEnglish
Foreign languagesAdditional language offered as Co-curricular activities
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