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“True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study. It means more than a preparation for the life that now is. It has to do with the WHOLE BEING and with the whole period of existence possible to man. It is the harmonious development of the physical, mental, socio-emotional and the spiritual powers of man. It prepares the student for the joy of service in this world and for the higher joy of wider service in the world to come.”EGW

Welcome to Bright School.

I am delighted to welcome you to Bright School.

One of the best gifts we can leave the next generations is a robust and forward-thinking education system. Together with our Bright-families, this is exactly what we’re getting done.

Everyday, it inspires me a lot to see our wonderful students excited to come to school and are becoming enthusiastic learners.

The Bright School’s core curriculum is true to the visionary educational philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori, with a combination of the Indonesian national standard and the Cambridge curriculum. This unique program prepares our students to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world.

At Bright School, we are committed to applying best practice, proven and time-tested educational principles blending with the international and national curriculum. Along with our mission and vision, these principles guide us in our effort to provide the best learning environment for our students and for the next generations.

We are also proud to say that we are the very First school in Indonesia that gives high value on learning, practicing and enjoying healthy lifestyle programs in the campus.

I invite you and your family to come and visit BRIGHT SCHOOL so you can see first-hand what makes Bright School so unique…and a Second Home for your children.

Khristine Pineda
CEO, Bright School Jakarta

Welcome to Bright School.

I am delighted to welcome you to Bright School.

One of the best gifts we can leave the next generations is a robust and forward-thinking education system. Together with our Bright-families, this is exactly what we’re getting done.

Everyday, it inspires me a lot to see our wonderful students excited to come to school and are becoming enthusiastic learners.

The Bright School’s core curriculum is true to the visionary educational philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori, with a combination of the Indonesian national standard and the Cambridge curriculum. This unique program prepares our students to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world.

Students engage in a lot of project-based work, allowing them to collaborate, create, and solve real-world problems. The students are given opportunities to practice skills that develop creativity and originality of thoughts, perseverance, determination, independence and leadership.

At Bright School, we are committed to applying best practice, proven and time-tested educational principles blending with the international and national curriculum. Along with our mission and vision, these principles guide us in our effort to provide the best learning environment for our students and for the next generations.

We are also proud to say that we are the very First school in Indonesia that gives high value on learning, practicing and enjoying healthy lifestyle programs in the campus.

I invite you and your family to come and visit BRIGHT SCHOOL so you can see first-hand what makes Bright School so unique…and a Second Home for your children.

Khristine Pineda
CEO, Bright School Jakarta

Why Give a Montessori Education?

Children are innately interested in learning about the world around them and through their natural curiosity are able to develop themselves. By providing an environment that supports natural development, Montessori education enables children to develop the fundamental capacities that they need to become happy and fulfilled adults who contribute to society.

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Testimony.

Student Spotlight

Mongga & Taki

It was about four or five years ago when my eldest was in P-1(primary one); I met Mrs. Khristine outside the school yard when she arrived at one of the school’s events. That morning, we could see the moon and Rega was pointing out at it excitedly. Mrs. Khristine then explained about the earth/moon orbit and the day/night to her and her younger sister – back then still in kindergarten class. I thought it was a too heavy conversation at 8 A.M. in the morning, so I didn’t think it was necessary (after all they are still kids I thought). But as I saw my kids eagerly listening to her explanation, I began to learn and admire how she was practicing the forward-thinking education system and truly believes that children can start learning just about anything even at the very young age. This experience has changed the way I educate my children, I trust in their ability to learn more, never to underestimate what we adults think kids may not comprehend.

I am too educated by the school that children can reach their potential at their time, not ours. Of course, parenting skills is a bonus for me to enroll my kids in Bright School, and what is more important is how they learn in school. In one of the night conversations I had with them, I asked what they thought was fabulous about school. Rega mentioned about the three jars that the teacher put in display or showed the kids when she was in Casa-2 (some 5 years ago); Amore immediately confirmed as it seemed to be a profounding experiential learning for both of them. The three jars were the study of Land-Water-Air. Kids then were asked to blow air into the empty jar and to quickly close the jar to keep the air in. Later in P-2 (primary two) and P-5 (primary 5) they learned about liquid, solid and gas! What an interesting way of inciting science to children.

In conclusion, we are happy we choose Bright School as the place for our children to have their early education.

Best regards,

Mongga & Taki

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