English schools in Asia
Quality Education of International Standards
The Singapore International School (SIS) and its affiliated schools under the distinctive name “Singapore School” (SIS) is working in cooperation with the International Finance Corporation (member of the World Bank Group) in a mission to “bring quality education to all.” Set up in 1996 in Jakarta, Indonesia, SIS has today more than 7 campuses in Indonesia and is looking to expand within Indonesia and throughout S.E. Asia. Each school provides the unique SIS curriculum which is modeled after the reputed Singapore education system but taught in an international environment. The focus of the SIS curriculum, which is taught in English, is to provide the core knowledge and skills to create a culture of learning throughout the lives of our students. A balance between academics, sports and the aesthetics is central in the SIS curriculum. Classes range from early childhood to primary, secondary and pre-university levels. Examinations include the Cambridge IGCSE and International A levels.
SIS, PIK or Singapore School, Pantai Indah Kapuk, is a state-of-the-art campus specially for foreign and Indonesian students. A joint development between the very successful Singapore International School (SIS) and the developer of Pantai Indah Kapuk, SIS PIK sits on prime land with only 5 minutes access from toll road. At Pantai Indah Kapuk, SIS students enjoy an open, yet safe and airy environment.
Impressive sports facilities include large playing fields, a separate pre-school play area, basketball courts, and an indoor gymnasium as well as a performance stage. All this echo SIS' focus on not only high academic standards but on sports and the aesthetics as well.
SIS, PIK is led by a team of dedicated and qualified educationist with international teaching experience supported by the Singapore International School.
In a recent independent appraisal conducted by well-known educationist from Singapore, the conclusion was:
"SIS is indeed comparable to any good school in Singapore in terms of teaching and pupils performance".