ACG School Jakarta
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Jakarta, Indonesia 

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4.0 from 2 reviews
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Ages:2 to 17 Primary Language:English
Curriculum:English, IB Max Class Size:Unknown

ACG School Jakarta, part of the Inspired group of schools, is situated in South Jakarta. Our school community is inclusive, warm and friendly and offers the highest of academic standards and pastoral care. We are a dynamic school offering a global education to students from around the world. The International Baccalaureate Programmes and University of Cambridge qualifications we offer provide the basis for smooth progression and easy transition between Primary and Secondary. Our passionate, experienced teachers are professionals who are willing to go the extra mile to ensure that all students are offered the opportunity to fulfil their potential both in and beyond the classroom. The quality of teaching and learning at ACG School Jakarta and our teachers’ ability to know our students sets us apart from other schools. 


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ahmad imran, a year ago


Ay lmao EU west school

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R .W.H, 2 years ago


Hello I am very sorry to rate this school 3 stars even doe I am in the school. This school is still great but i'm just telling you some few problems to make the school better! I hope you can read this.There are many problems and i don't like it! Firstly the school is small. I know thats not the right reason to argue but that is one reason why which is 5stars - 0.5 so. Now it is 4.5. Secondly, the food is so expensive even doe the food is small. Furthermore, one popcorn for another school (I wont tell) cost 5000RP, while one the other hand the popcorn here cost 15,000 IDR. You can basically can buy 3 popcorns which cost one pop corn. Additionally, some people in the canteen are rude to me and just only care about the "money". Moreover, the people in the canteen don't give the same amount of food! Like for example: My friend got pasta. He got little bit of sauce and little bit of the pasta. Conversely, another person got 3x more sauce then him and double the pasta! I know right pretty disappointing. So... 4.5stars - 0.5 stars. 3.5 stars so far. Okay lastly, the community serves are mean(the one in G floor). They are really rude and this is mostly the decrease drop of the rating! Just now I just ask my moms friend "hey can I call my mom" because she knows my mom. She says yes however, only the community serves can help! I was not talking to them however they told me about it with a very angry expression. Secondly, If I want to get something from my home they just scream at me "NO!" with a very scary face, and I don't like it. They should threat me good like normal students do because I have been hear from Kindergarten to year7! isn't that crazy and they threat me bad! Last thing they did just now is that I hold many things in my hands and I was about to fall! so I just gave my made only 'ONE' bag to my nanny and they said to me in a very rude way "Hey you!" "Why did you give your nanny your bag?". And I Hated that way they said it! Community servers threat people good but not me good. They need to threat the other people like me. Community serves are suppose to help! and that takes away 1.5 starts. Now we are in 2 stars. I gave extra one star because the teachers are very kind. This is to let you know what you have to fix to become a 5 star school. :). I hope you guys are reading this and make a difference for the school. :) :) :). Good luck. I was mostly saying that for the community serves and to let them know they have to be kind in everyone in the school with the same attitude even doe we are not the same. :) :) :). I hope you read this and can send this to ACG school jakarta.

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