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Bandung International School

PO Box 1167, Bandung, West Java, 40011, Indonesia
Tel: (+62) 22 201 4995/9495
Fax: (+62) 22 201 2688

School Summary
International, US, urricula.
176 students, 3-18 yrs

Founded in 1972, Bandung International School (BIS), located in the cool green hills of West Java, is a parent-owned, independent, secular, co-educational day school for students between the ages of 3 and 18 years (pre-school grade 12). The school promotes intercultural understanding through its ethos and curriculum, and provides an education in a meaningful international context.

Bandung International School is large enough to offer a wide- ranging curriculum and first class facilities, yet small enough to retain a friendly community atmosphere with lots of teacher time and attention available to each individual child. This enables new students to adapt quickly to a new school in a new country.

The school's programme is taught by internationally experienced teachers and focuses on the process of learning as well as the product. Facilities include: fully equipped purpose-built classrooms and science laboratories; an air-conditioned theatre; an extensive library-media centre; a networked computer lab with Internet access, a multi-purpose covered sports court and athletics field; a 25m swimming pool; climbing walls and adventure play areas.

An extensive extra-curricular programme offers a wide variety of activities for all ages, including sports, performing arts, music and cultural outreach trips. The school encourages native language development by providing facilities for such classes. The study of Indonesian culture and language is done through special classes, curriculum integration, cultural outreach trips and community service. The school is also a centre for community activities and adult evening classes.

Under Indonesian law, students must hold a foreign passport and a KIM-S or DINAS visa. Students are assessed on entry into the school for English proficiency and basic academic ability. The school does not have facilities for students with identified special needs and learning disabilities requiring specialist support. Students with mild learning difficulties which can be catered for in a standard classroom environment may be admitted

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