Raffles Christian School
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint, Cambridge Secondary Checkpoint, Cambridge IGCSE, Cambridge International AS, and A-Level.
Indoor Auditorium, Outdoor Futsal field, Tennis court, Basketball Courts, Chapel, Clinic, Outdoor Playgrounds, Computer and Science Labs.
The Raffles Christian School was founded in 2005 with the flagship campus in Pondok Indah, South Jakarta. In 2010, an additional two campuses were added, in Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta and Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta. This was followed by a fourth campus at Pondok Indah in November 2015.
The school is a certified center for Cambridge Assessment International Education(CAIE). We offer our students the Cambridge curriculum to prepare them for the IGCSE and International AS and A Level examination.
Our strength lies in our rigorous academic program and a wide variety of Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) which aims to prepare well-balanced students for the challenges of Industry 4.0. We have a strong tradition of students excelling in the Cambridge International Examinations. Many of our students have been awarded the Top Student in Indonesia and in the World consistently since 2007. At Raffles, we believe that classrooms and learning environments are impactful, which is why our classrooms only have a maximum number of 25 students. Each class has an expatriate teacher and is supported by an Indonesian teacher / Teaching Assistant. Furthermore, Mandarin has become vital in today’s economy which is why our strength is also in our Mandarin program, where children are taught at an early age to embrace the language and be fluent by the time they graduate A levels / Junior College. Our Mandarin teachers are all native speakers to ensure fluency of our students.
The Raffles Christian School offers its graduates the opportunity to continue their higher education worldwide, with many of our alumni currently pursuing their dreams in the USA, Europe, and especially in Asia, where we have a strong network and partnership with many prominent Asian universities in China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and Malaysia.