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Mr.Chris

Thank you for your interest in IPEKA Integrated Senior High School Division. I hope the information on this website will be helpful to you. Please contact my office directly if I may help in any way.

Our Senior High School offers a rigorous academic program anchored in a solid foundation of biblical truth.

Our goal is to educate our students holistically in mind, body, and spirit based on Christian values, using academics, co-curricular activities, leadership development, and personal relationships. We accomplish this with a committed faculty and staff, who love Christ, love students, and love to teach.

We offer a robust education that not only helps our students transcripts stand out when they apply to top universities internationally, but also helps our students succeed when they enroll to MIT, UC Berkeley, Sydney University, Melbourne University, National University of Singapore (NUS), and many more.

We have used the Higher School Certificate (HSC) from Board of Studies NSW Australia since 1999 and recently offer Advanced Placement classes that will make our students more competitive in admission to universities, and our alumni have studied at the top-ranked universities in North America, Australia, Europe, Indonesia, and other Asian countries.

What makes our school distinctive is that we want our students not only to be the strongest scholars they can, but also to be strong in Christian character, showing all the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control (Galatians 5:22-23, NIV). To encourage this development, we plan three major events during a student’s career: in Year 10, a spiritual retreat; in Year 11, Leadership Days; and in Year 12, the Live-in Experience.

For students entering Year 10, we ask them to attend a retreat to hear God’s call for them.

Entering Year 11, as they mature both emotionally and spiritually, they are trained through Leadership Days to become Christ-like leaders able to control themselves and lead others. As the Psalmist wrote, Better a patient person than a warrior, one with self-control than one who takes a city (Psalm 16:32, NIV).

Finally, as students enter Year 12, we take them to a distant village for the Live-In where they have the opportunity to live for a week and experience how the villagers live.

We are thrilled to see how God prepares our students in senior high school through the wonderful cooperation between our school, our students, and the parents. We invite you to join us.

Soli Deo Gloria.

Yours Truly,
Kristhianto N. Kainama, S.Si
Senior High Principal

Most of our graduated students from the Senior High level continue to study at universities abroad, such as in the United States, Europe, Australia, and other countries. Our priority is to help them prepare to study abroad and succeed in an English-speaking academic setting.

The following are some of the universities choices of IPEKA INTEGRATED graduates:

  • United States: University of California-Los Angeles, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of California- Berkeley, Ohio State University, Indiana University, etc
  • Australia: Monash University, University of Melbourne, University of New South Wales, University of Technology-Sydney, Curtin University, etc.
  • Europe: International Hotel Management Institute-Luzern, Glion Institute of Higher Education, etc.
  • Asia: National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, etc.

IPEKA INTEGRATED Senior High uses the Higher School Certificate (HSC), a High School completion certificate awarded by the department of education (called the Board of Studies) in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Many reputable universities abroad recognize and use this curriculum.

This diploma is awarded to students who have satisfactorily completed years 11 and 12 and sit for the HSC final examinations in their particular subjects. The Board of Studies offers many excellent courses and each school usually chooses the courses that fit with their students needs and the facilities of the school.

The HSC courses we offer follow these syllabuses closely and conclude with final exams written and marked by the Board of Studies in Sydney (external exams). Schools all across New South Wales and in international schools like IPEKA Integrated which use their curriculum, run the exams simultaneously.

In addition to the HSC courses, IICS also offered AP Calculus AB course. Advance Placement (AP) is a program that offers high school students an opportunity to take college level courses during high school. By making the decision to take an AP course, students are letting universities know that they have what it takes to succeed in an undergraduate environment. So when admissions officers see “AP” on the student’s transcript, it signals the admissions officers that they have undertaken the most conscientious classes their high school has to offer. The officers see that they have challenged themselves with university-level course work and expectations, and have refined their skills to meet these expectations. In an increasingly competitive admissions process, AP gives students an extra point to be admitted into universities. Many universities in the U.S. grant university credits or advanced placement based on AP test scores.

IICS is an official test centre for AP exams. IICS students could take the AP subject(s) offered by IICS and sit for the exams in May. Even without joining the AP class, students could simply register for any AP exams in IICS.

For taking AP Examination, please contact:Ms. Eliana Maria (eliana.maria@iics.sch.id) as IICS Advanced Placement Coordinator.

The accreditation process includes overseeing final exam results, lesson plans, assessment tasks, teaching methods and appropriate documentation.

In the end, learning should be based on the reality that the best things in life do not come easily. However, when students are taught to apply themselves to learning, they usually find the fruits of learning, and learning itself then becomes interesting and useful so that they are equipped and be ready to face the future, whether when they continue studies in higher education or in the marketplace.

We are called to educate students to integrate God’s Word with their lives and to help them nurture their own faith as they grow more mature and contribute to others in the world or to their respective communities wherever those communities may exist.

 

SOD 2017
Graduation 2017
Fine Arts Festival 'Indonesia as ONE'
Leadership Camp 2016
Student Orientation Days - July 2016
New Academic Year 2016/2017 - July 2016
Talk Show - May 2016
Australia Study Trip - April 2016
Career Day - April 2016
IICS Study Trip to USA – March 2016
Christmas Celebration - Dec 2014
Year 12 Graduation Day - Nov 2013
Year 10 Students Retreat - Oct 2013
Graduation - November 2012
The Dream Interpreter - August 2012
Independence Day - August 2012
Parent Meeting - July 2012