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Australian Independent School Indonesia (AIS Indonesia), formerly the Australian International School-Indonesia, is a private international school that offers an Australian Curriculum pre-school and K-12 education located in three separate campuses in Indonesia.
Established in 1996, the school delivers a pre-school, primary school and secondary school education from its facilities in Pejaten Barat, that also incorporate the old secondary school campus. From its Bali campus, the school delivers a complete pre-school and K-12 education.
2.Gandhi Memorial International School
Gandhi Memorial Intercontinental School (GMIS) is a private international school in Kemayoran, Jakarta, Indonesia. It was established in 1950 along with Gandhi School Ancol. The students of grades preschool to 12 relocated to a new campus in Kemayoran (Central Jakarta) in 2004.
GMIS is a hub for over 2000 students from around the globe from more than 30 countries. A majority of the students come from Indonesia and India. GMIS was one of the first schools in Indonesia to gain the status of an IB world school. GMIS students from 1969 are also the singers of The Office theme song.
3.Medan Independent School
Medan Independent School (MIS), formerly Medan International School (MIS), is an international school in Medan, Indonesia. It was founded in 1969.
The school occupies a 7-acre (28,000 m2) site approximately 10 km from the heart of Medan. The school’s facilities include 23 classrooms, a laboratory, two drama rooms, music rooms, two computer labs, a gymnasium, a 50-metre outdoor swimming pool, and a football pitch.
4.Sekolah Global Indo-Asia
Sekolah Global Indo-Asia (SGIA) is an international school located in Batam, Indonesia. It is also a Cambridge International Examinations Center and an IB World School. The school offers IB Primary Years Programme for children in Pre-K until Year 5, Cambridge Checkpoint Programme for students in Year 6 – 8, and Cambridge IGCSE for students in Year 9 – 10. For the last two years of education, students take GCE A Level courses. Starting SY 2016 – 2017, students have the option to sit for the IB Diploma Programme instead of the traditional A Level. Students usually sit for the May – June examinations.